PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THE CAR IN THE PHOTOS IS NOT FOR SALE- WE CAN BUILD ONE LIKE THIS FOR YOU1970 saw the birth of the Chevelle SS454 LS6, the largest-displacement and most powerful Chevrolet muscle car built to that time and the enduring champion of the muscle car wars. One of the handsomest cars of the era, the 1970 Chevelle and the LS6 engine, which the factory underrated at 450 HP and 500 lb-ft of torque, were a marriage made in muscle car heaven. The LS6 big block engine was packed with all the time-tested horsepower-producing technology, including a forged steel crank in beefy 4-bolt mains, forged steel connecting rods and aluminum pistons, a high lift, high duration solid lifter cam, an 800 CFM Holley 4-barrel on an aluminum dual plane intake manifold and gargantuan intake and exhaust valves in high flow heads. We can have it finished in a beautiful Fathom Blue with White SS stripes, Ivory bucket seat interior and a power operated White soft top. The bodies we use are authentic Chevelle's built originally form chevrolet's assembly plant and will be equipped with a Muncie M22 Rock Crusher 4-speed, 3.31 Positraction differential, power steering and front disc brakes, F41 special performance suspension, a cowl induction hood with hood pins, Soft Ray tinted glass, center console and Super Sport wheels with White letter Goodyear Polyglas tires; a tilt steering column and AM/M stereo will be added during the cars restoration. We will also provide Documentation that will include high definition photographs of the build sheet and photos taken during the cars pre-restoration inspection. HIGHLIGHTS- Original floor pans and sheet metal - Professionally restored by American Steel Restorations- Factory correct Fathom Blue with White SS stripes, Ivory interior and White soft top - LS6 454/450 HP engine, M22 4-speed manual - F41 special performance suspension - 3.31 Positraction rear end - Power convertible top - Power steering and front disc brakes - Cowl induction hood, padded dash - Bucket seats with console - Tilt and stereo added, AM/FM radio - Tach and gauge package, tinted glass - SS wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE THE COLOR SCHEME WE CAN ALSO ASSIST WITH THAT-PLEASE CALL TO SCHEDULE AN APPT FOR REVIEW.Call 847 393 7887 Ask for kevin
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