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This is a true dream muscle car. After all, a frame-off restored 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport with its numbers-matching LS5 big block, four-on-the-floor, and factory-correct distinct color combo is exactly what we all want. So dig into all the details, but just know, it only gets better from here.
Astro Blue is a terrific color to have on a Chevelle like this. After all, it's been frame-off restored to be a coupe of distinction, and so the ocean-like blue really stands out in a crowd. That's why they took extra time to get the panels straight and re-spray the factory-correct color with a professional hand. They also got the details looking their best, and so the black SS stripes have been cleared over to really let the sunlight evenly dance across this legendary hardtop body. Plus, the bumpers, bezels, and window trim shine as bright as nostalgia. This also has all the right Super Sport touches you're looking for, like the blacked-out grille, blacked-out rear panel, full SS 454 badging, hood pins, wide exhaust tips, and Mag-style SS wheels. The result is a package that's both elegance and aggression all in the first glance.
Inside, black interiors are what muscle cars are all about. And you can tell by the condition of the seats, door panels, carpeting, and headliner that they made a solid investment here during restoration. And the original details here are great - from the insignia trim on the seatbacks, to the Delco AM radio that's cranking out tunes. The three-spoke Chevy sports steering wheel gives you a clear view of the full round gauge panel that includes a large speedo and tach. That last one goes particularly well with the bright Muncie shifter in the center console. It's like a beacon calling out for your right hand in this crisp and dark interior.
Take some real time to appreciate what you see when you pop the hood. We all love to the sight of Chevy's famous 454 V8, and this one was done right. The satin black fender walls really funnel your attention the bold big block. And this one looks correct, right down to the decal on the dual snorkel air grabber. It's also a desirable LS5 motor, and this is the numbers-matching unit. And remember, the LS5 was only available in the Super Sport Chevelles. But a muscle car like this as made for much more than just showing off the engine. This big block fires up with a terrific growl that reminds you this is loves to go cruising, and the four-speed manual transmission puts you in the center of the action. Plus, it has all the other correct Super Sport features, including boxed rear control arms, a 12-bolt rear end (w/Positraction), and sway bars front & rear. And as you check these out in the undercarriage, the freshness and factory-style tags are just another reminder of how detailed this amazing restoration was.
Complete with an owner's manual, you now know all the details why this numbers-matching big block Chevelle is a true dream car. But only one person gets to make it a reality. Don't miss you chance, call today!
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