Powered by the rebuilt original GM 454/450hp V8 LS6 engine paired
to a matching-numbers 4-speed manual transmission, this 1970
Chevrolet Chevelle has been certified by Jerry MacNeish. It has a
rear end 12-bolt differential that is code-correct with 3.31 gears.
The custom exhaust comes from a set of factory manifolds and smog
assembly. At the end of the exhaust are correct hangers with the
factory chrome tips. This Chevelle is equipped to stop with a set
of disc brakes up front and the whole brake assembly is just as GM
intended it to be. Resting on a set of Super Sport wheels, this LS6
went through a meticulous nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration. It
boasts straight-as-an arrow panels, smooth contours and crisp
lines. Panel gaps line up well and the code-correct Classic White
paint laid out over the laser-straight body is show-quality. In
addition to matching-numbers, the glass is all new, the original
bumpers have been rechromed and an NOS grille installed. The
undercarriage looks just as clean as the top, with tags intact
everywhere they are supposed to be. The pans are all solid as well.
The frame has been media-blasted and color-correct powder-coated.
The show-quality interior boasted a set of hand-worked original
seats, all-new carpet, clear gauges, nice dash, reworked door
panels and an AM/FM stereo radio with the factory 4-speaker system.