Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
When you picture your perfect muscle car, it's a hardtop Chevelle with slick black paint, painstakingly detailed bodywork, a show-ready look, and a thundering big block. That's why this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute is your dream come true.
This is arguably the most iconic design of the muscle car era. So there has been a solid investment in the bodywork to make sure the fit and gaps allow the sharp creases of the sheetmetal to blend with the fastback profile. That way you really show off the mean look Chevy built from day one. And when the light hits such a slick coat of black, it gives the kind of hard shine that you'll swear they made this one out of onyx. With the paint so nice, only the best brightwork will do. The big form-fitting chrome bumpers, window trim, fender outlines all have a mirror-like shine. Of course, what you'll love best is the truly mean Super Sport look with the hood pins, SS badging, and bright white painted dual stripes. And yes, that's a working cowl induction hood. Plus, the intimidation factor is turned up a notch with the tinted windows and polished American Racing alloys staggered at 18/20 inches front/rear for well-done stance.
The parchment white interior has a distinct and timeless appeal against the exterior black. And because this was an upgrade later in life, it has a fresh and bright look that's irresistible. You'll slip into the high-back bucket seat; your left hand feels comfort of the grippy three spoke steering wheel; and your right hand is instantly attracted to iconic horseshoe shifter in the center console. The correct full round gauge set has a sporty style, and just below the dash are handy readouts for oil, volts, and temp. The stereo is a well-integrated retro-style AM/FM digital tuner, but let's face it, we all know your real favorite soundtrack begins under the hood.
The engine bay has a very tidy and stock-style look. So you'll love the bold block, shining valve covers, and proper air grabber with the gasket to seal it to the cowl induction hood. But if you dig a little deeper, this one has some well-hidden upgrades. For example, while the callouts say 396, this is actually a larger 454 cubic-inch V8. It inhales with a proper Rochester four-barrel carburetor, but it will be harder to notice that it exhales with added power and authority thanks to long tube headers. The TH400 three-speed transmission is a great pairing for both a stout construction and easy automatic shifting. As you look underneath, it shows more of this clean build as well as the proper rear suspension with boxed arms and a sway bar. Plus, you have power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and the grip of modern ZR-rated tires.
This is a super-sleek Chevelle that has already been done just the way you want it. Here's a legendary muscle machine that's turn-key ready to turn heads, so don't miss out. Call today!!!
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