800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS tribute gets the big things right with the bold paint and muscular motor. But this was restored within the last couple of years to also make sure you love the details - right down the clean/fresh sports suspension.
The desire for this one starts with the paint. Cranberry Red is a 1970-correct color that immediately commands attention - exactly what you want on a big block coupe. This spirit is amplified thanks to a more recent application where the modern luster looks terrific in the sunshine. And those iconic black SS stripes were added before the clearcoat, which means the panels have a smooth look. There are plenty of sporty details with the cowl induction hood, hood pins, proper Super Sport badging, and wide dual exhaust tips. Good chrome bumpers and complete trim make for a well-done brightwork package. And the ideas of power and shine come together on the upgraded American Racing Torq Thrust wheels that have a polished look and a 17/18 inch front/rear aggressive stance.
A muscle car like this deserves a clean and mean black interior. The headliner, carpeting, and upholstery all feel fresh from the right investments. This was part of this coupe's transformation later in life, and so they took the time to give you all the best pieces. This means bucket seats up front, a center console in-between and a horseshoe floor shifter for you to grab. And the dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view to the sporty full round gauge cluster. And more than just a great SS style, you'll love this hardtop for its vintage details. It still has the little things, like the controls for the factory air conditioning (components and servicing will be needed to return the function), and the trunk has the correct mat with spatter paint underneath.
Under the hood is plenty of big block power. This is a fresh-looking 402 cubic-inch V8 that includes the bold orange block and big shining Chevrolet valve covers. It's built with the best performance pieces, too, like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock air-gap intake, MSD coil, and long tube headers that feed the dual exhaust. Don't just listen to this one growl; follow those pipes in the undercarriage photos. There you'll find a very fresh look with great features like newer bushings, reinforced trailing arms, and thick sway bars front & rear. It's the kind of investment that will give you added confidence in this coupe. Plus, you have more great driving features, like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and grippy modern tires afforded by the wheel upgrade.
Slick, power, and fresh - it all makes for an awesome hardtop muscle car classic. So don't miss this restored Chevelle. Call now!
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