This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS has big block power, an A/C interior, and seriously slick black paint. So yes, this muscle car icon really does check all the boxes at the top of your list.
It starts with the upgrade to super-slick black paint. The clearcoat shine highlight all the best features that make this a legend. The wide imposing front end, fastback profile, and pillarless hardtop are true muscle car royalty. Plus, the way the fenders are topped with crisp creases (front & rear) have helped define an era when stylists got the last word in what hit the streets. Those white SS stripes are pained on with the same level of gloss as the black, so they look terrific while highlighting the cowl hood. Form-fitting chrome bumpers, full SS badging, and Rally wheels finish off the look of a true icon.
The black bucket seat interior has the same desirable mean and clean attitude as the exterior. Intermediate size in 1970 delivered the kind of room we get from full-size cars today. So this coupe has plenty of space for family and friends. And this one also has the right pieces to keep them happy, like an AM/FM/cassette stereo w/digital tuner and cold-blowing air conditioning. But in a coupe like this, we all know the driver is the most important. You hop in and grab the three-spoke steering wheel with your left hand, and your right one is instantly attracted to the iconic horseshoe shifter in the center console. Plus, the SS round gauge panel is supplemented by an auxiliary readout trio neatly mounted below the dash.
We all love lifting the hood and seeing big block power, and this 454 cubic-inch V8 fills the Chevelle's tidy engine bay. It's a strong runner that inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor. And the dual exhaust makes that sweet big block rumble. As you look over the pictures, you'll notice the boxed lower control arms and upgraded steering box that came on factory SS cars. And because you're going to want to take this sleek black machine everywhere it comes with great driving features like power steering, a matching numbers three-speed automatic transmission, and power brakes w/discs up front. Back the trans, it is a numbers matching and correct CF code TH400 which would have come in a SS396 car.
Chevelle hardtop is an icon on wheels. So when it has the power, features, and show-stopping paint like this one, you know you're looking at a cut-above classic. Call today!!!