Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle coupe was one of the baddest cars on the streets, and it's one of the most desired muscle cars today. So finding one with the right Super Sport look, and serious big block power seems to be the best way to rule the neighborhood.
This coupe was properly resprayed the 1970-correct shade of Cranberry Red for added boldness. The paint has a bright shine overall, and it highlights the straight body. The legendary shape of the 1970 Chevelle looks like it was tailor-made for the black SS stripe package. The brightwork is noticeable from far, with fresh-looking chrome bumpers complimenting the shine of the paint. The power bulge of the cowl hood is a must-have on a Super Sport, and hood pins, wide exhaust tips, and correct SS badging really help get the performance look right in detail. And mag-style SS wheels are the absolute right way to announce a street-eating classic coupe.
Just like the exterior, the interior has the right muscle car appearance. Black vinyl is what we all love to see, especially when it matches the stripes on the outside. The seats, carpets, dash, gauges, and headliner have a deep dark appearance of a well restored package. So you know it's the kind of hardtop you'll show off with pride. And when people want to go for a ride, you can keep them happy with an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input and Bluetooth. Plus, the factory-style air conditioning has been upgraded to modern R134a (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) But the best seat is always going to be yours. That's why you have high-back buckets up front, a center console in-between, the iconic horseshoe shifter, and an upgraded set of auxiliary gauges under the dash.
This is the kind of motor that will make you proud to lift the hood at car shows. The 402 cubic-inch V8 LS3 had a cool look with the bright air topper, matching valve covers, and the big block presented in bold Chevy orange. The details are even nice, like the GM branded hoses. The big block inhales deeply through a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an aluminum intake. And it exhales with authority through the rumbling stainless dual exhaust. The fundamentals are also covered with newer pieces, like the brake booster, plug wires, and alternator. It's a strong-running motor, and you have the right pieces to get the power to the ground. The three-speed automatic transmission is a stout TH400 unit that feeds a robust 12-bolt rear end. Plus, there's power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the SS-style rear end with boxed trailing arms and a thick sway bar.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the big block Chevelle SS done right. After all, it's the sleek build that leaves you wanting for nothing in both power and comfort. So don't let you ideal American muscle machine slip away. Call today!!!
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