213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This is an extra-sharp stick-shift 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 that even has the correct paperwork to prove it's a real-deal Super Sport. And as you look over every inch, you can see there was a big investment everywhere - from the slick paint to the clean undercarriage - to make sure you'll happily show off this big block hardtop everywhere.
The 1970 Chevelle has that sleek look and muscle car style that always turns heads. And because this car is going to draw people in wherever you arrive, they have made a solid investment to make sure it really impresses the closer everyone gets. The factory-correct Cranberry Red has been given a modern and professional clearcoat respray, and so it has a luster that loves to radiate in the sunshine. And the front bumper and headlight bezels have a mirror-like shine to put your best face forward. Great body lines, delicate trim, and a form-fitting rear bumper are all part of why this is an icon. Of course, the other reason why we all love these is because they have a terrific aggressive style. You get that in the blackout package of the grille, rear panel, and dual racing stripes. Other sporty details like the cowl hood, dual exhaust tips, and mag wheels make up a proper SS. It's great to have it all presented so well, because this has the factory buildsheet that proves it's a true Super Sport!
The ivory interior is quite distinct, so it's great to see a good job of preservation and restoration to keep this factory-correct package looking so nice. There are great vintage details everywhere you look - from the trim on the seatbacks, to the AM/FM stereo with 8-track. The trunk is as clean as day one from the Van Nuys factory. Even the upgraded auxiliary gauges look like the kind you would have done back in the day. But you'll love this for more than just the classic feeling it gives you. This is a true driver's car with bucket seats, a center console, grippy SS steering wheel, and a Hurst floor shifter.
The smooth and dark engine bay really funnels your attention to the bright big block in the middle. And just like the rest of the car, they made it extra tidy so you'll proudly show off the 396 cubic-inch heart. This is a real-deal Super Sport, and the motor is a borrowed from an earlier Chevelle. The V8 fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with the four-barrel carburetor. The headers exhale with power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. You're in complete control of this power package and the thunder it brings thanks to the extra-stout Muncie M22 "Rock Crusher" four-speed manual transmission. As you check out the undercarriage photos, you'll be pleased with the look of newer components (like the gas tank) and nice suspension pieces (like the boxed rear arms w/sway bar.) Plus, power steering, wide Cooper Cobra tires, and power brakes w/discs up front complete an outstanding muscle car driving package.
The sale not only comes with the important buildsheet, but also the owner's manual, maintenance records, and build receipts, too. This is the powerful and smooth muscle car icon you've been searching for. So don't let it slip away, call today!
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