The 1970 Chevelle LS6 Super Sport has long been considered the
pinnacle performance car of the muscle car era. This Code-28 Fathom
Blue Chevelle was the recipient of a two-plus year comprehensive,
frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration. Practically everything was
replaced with new parts or rebuilt, including the original
CRV-coded LS6 454/450hp V8 engine, Muncie M22 4-speed manual
transmission and original 4.10-gear-ratio 12-bolt posi-traction
rear end. All the chrome and brightwork shines and the white Rally
stripes indicate what lurks below the optional cowl-induction hood.
Additionally, this LS6 has power front disc brakes, smog system and
F41 heavy-duty suspension. The black vinyl interior sports
Stratobucket seats with full seat belts, a Hurst floor shifter and
an AM/8-track stereo. This example is documented with two original
Build Sheets, which detail the features and options of the coupe.
In addition, the Super Sport was certified by renowned Chevelle
expert Jerry MacNeish, validating the original engine and rear axle
as the original units installed at the Chevrolet factory. Also
included with the car is the original owner's manual, as well as a
multitude of restoration receipts and pictures. From the Raser
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