The best way to be the biggest, baddest, and meanest muscle car around is to enlarge a big block, add a rock crusher stick shift, beef up the drivetrain, and then wrap it in a sleek black hardtop that has less than 3,200 miles on the build. So keep reading all the details on this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454, because it has all the those top features, and so much more.
Paint and bodywork mean everything to a car like this, because the 1970 Chevelle coupe is one of the most iconic muscle cars. So when you want a cut above classic in slick black, it means investing in super straight panels that get showcased with the shiniest clearcoat black money can buy. Like any good classic American there's also room for brightwork, and when it's against a black this glossy, it must also shine like a mirror on the bumpers and trim surrounding the glass. When looking for a classic Chevy muscle machine, there are a few elements that are essential for added intimidation. The painted SS dual stripe package, hood pins, and cowl induction hood are all iconic aggression. But this one also has a subtle modern vibe. True muscle car fans will pick up on the cool take on the classic SS wheels. These are much larger 20-inch alloys that mimic the iconic Mag wheel design. For added flair, the low profile tires still have room for the classic redline that so nicely matches the 454 badging.
The black bucket seat interior has the same desirable mean and clean attitude as the exterior. The carpets, door panels, headliner, and seats have all been looked over in this one, and anything that didn't feel factory fresh was replaced. So while this one has a dark and mean attitude, the interior is still a great place to spend some time. As you gaze across the inside, you'll start to notice your favorite pieces are glowing in white. For example, the two-spoke SS steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the all-white readouts set in the desirable U14 full gauge panel. While you'll be impressed with how even the clock works, it's that big tach that you'll love the most. It works so nicely with that large white cue ball Hurst shifter boldly protruding from the center console.
We all love to see a big block filling up the engine bay, but you can instantly tell this one is even more impressive than most others. Sure, the bright air topper says 454, but those fabricated valve covers, heads, and so much more signal a nice investment in added muscle. So you're actually looking at a 468 cubic-inch V8 solid roller motor. It has been upgraded even further with go-fast goodies such as a Holley 950hp four-barrel carburetor, GM Performance aluminum heads, Comp cam, hi-rise intake, MSD ignition, and long tube headers. The full package is likely rated at 500+ horsepower, and it lets the world know its superiority with the thunderous sound of the dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this enhanced powerplant and its roaring soundtrack thanks to the Muncie M22 four-speed close ratio manual transmission. It has been fortified with a McLeod clutch and Lakewood Blowproof bellhousing to make this extra-stout unit into a bulletproof gearbox. With power like this, you want extra control. That's why it has been upgraded tubular swing arms in the rear, thick sway bars front & rear, and four-wheel disc brakes w/slotted and drilled rotors. Plus, the power steering and grip of the modern ZR-rated tires all mean this is a beast that you can easily tame.
If you're going to get a big block Chevelle, do it right. Make sure it has a quality aggressive appearance inside and out, and it also has the bark to match its bite. In other words, here's your perfect American muscle machine. Call now!!