The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle coupe was one of the baddest cars on the streets, and it's one of the most desired muscle cars today. So finding one that's less than 2,000 miles off of restoration with the right Super Sport look, upgraded overdrive transmission, A/C interior, and serious big block power seems to be the best way to rule the neighborhood.
This coupe was professionally resprayed the 1970-correct shade of Cranberry Red for boldness. The legendary shape of the 1970 Chevelle looks like it was tailor-made for the black SS stripe package, and the black vinyl roof is a great premium touch in this very sporty package. It has an overall aggressive look that freshly re-dipped chrome bumpers can't even outshine. The power bulge of the cowl hood is a must-have on a Chevelle, and real muscle car fans know to look for the proper working induction flap. This one looks extra mean with the blacked-out grille, hood pins at the corners, and blacked-out rear panel. The final piece to this package are upgraded 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. It fits in perfectly with this shining coupe, and it sends a message that this is an upgraded package that also respects classic muscle car history.
Just like the exterior, the interior was given the right muscle car makeover. Black vinyl is what we all love to see, especially when it matches the exterior stripes. The seats, carpets, dash, gauges, console, and headliner are all freshly done as part of this recently restored package. So you know it's the kind of hardtop you'll show off with pride. It gets the details right with the Chevy three-spoke sports steering wheel, horseshoe shifter, and full U14 round gauge package with large speed and tach – even the clock works! The stereo is a retro-style unit with USB port, so you get upgraded tunes without jeopardizing the vintage atmosphere. And the air conditioning is blowing nice and cold, so feel free to go cruising with all the windows down even in the summertime.
This is the kind of motor that will make you proud to lift the hood at car shows. The big block 396 cubic-inch V8 not only does the big stuff right like the orange block paint, air grabber w/callouts, and bright valve covers, but also it's presented exceptionally well. That's thanks to getting the details right like using fresh hoses, wires, and clamps. And of course, muscle car people love to point at the correct diaphragm that seals the air intake to the proper cowl induction hood. But when you look beyond the nice presentation you'll feel a meaner attitude. The big block inhales deeply through a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake. And it exhales with authority with long-tube headers feed the rumbling stainless dual exhaust. Plus, the total power package has better ratios thanks to the upgraded to a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission that includes overdrive. A Bowler adjustable lockup controller is located under the dash. Control also stays well in hand thanks to power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and grippy modern Falken tires.
This is the big block Chevelle and SS tribute done right. After all it's the fresh build that leaves you wanting for nothing in both power and comfort. So don't let you ideal American muscle machine slip away. Call today!!!