Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle is a fresh build done for pure distinction. But this one earns its street-eating looks with a strong stroker motor, four-on-the-floor, and a ton of other upgrades inside and out that prove you are looking at a hardtop of true distinction.
This coupe has a look that will keep people talking. There's less than 900 miles on the total build, and we have receipts over the last couple of years totaling over $30k invested in this Chevelle. The extra-bold hot rod red on the super-straight body is a vinyl wrap that was applied only about a year ago. So it truly has the fresh look of quality! But it's probably not the excellence that first attracted you to this one. Instead, there is an appealingly dark heart that so nicely contrasts against the red. The bumpers, grille, bezels, full trim, wheel beauty rings, and door handles were all power coated black to deliver an awesome matte black against the slick red. Even the racing stripes are finished in this well-contrasting darkness. We particularly like that this retains the upper-market Malibu trim that encircles the glass and runs along the fender tops. Because now that this is finished in black, makes for a great detail that showcases the straightness of the body. There are classic SS-style details like the cowl hood and Mag-style wheels that add to the aggression. But for pure intimidation, nothing beats the upgraded headlights that have a dark background at rest, and they also provide an authoritative shine at night.
All that black accenting on the outside gets you ready for the full black interior package. When you open the door, you'll see even more big investments in this distinct classic. It starts with ProCar modern bucket seats up front that give you terrific bolstering for all-day comfort. Plus, there's a custom armrest center console with cup holders in-between. The door panels, rear seats, headliner, and carpeting all have the dark feeling of quality to coordinate. You're going to love showing off all the investments in modern upgrades in this coupe. This includes remote door lock power actuators, a Bluetooth radio, and the rear view mirror has a modern backup camera integrated into it. There's even a push-button start! And within all this darkness, some of your favorite performance pieces boldly glow in white. This includes the cue ball top on the Hurst shifter and the faces on the AutoMeter Phantom gauge package.
A car that looks this wicked deserves a wicked powerplant. This is a 383 cubic-inch V8, which means you get big block style displacement in a small block weight. It's well coordinated with the rest of the car as you not only have dark inner fenders, but also the black valve covers and air topper. And the hint of red here really makes this look like it's out for blood. But you'll love this one for more than just the appearance. The stroker V8 is a four-bolt main with all the right go-fast goodies like Edelbrock E-Tec 200 aluminum heads, roller rocker arms, mild street cam, an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and an Edelbrock RPM air gap intake. Plus, the Hooker headers add even more power as they contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It even has the right supporting components like an HEI ignition, newer alternator, and newer motor mount bracket. And you have full control over this powerful V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. It connects to a driveshaft with new U-joints, and this feeds a Dura Grip Positraction rear. The total package drives with the kind of confidence you expect in a fresh build like this. Plus, it's easy to enjoy with good driving features like the thick rear sway bar, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and the build receipts that show you the big investments in this coupe. This is the classic Chevelle done for true power and distinction, so you know you need to get your hands on it right now. Call today!!!
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