For 1970 the Chevelle sported a completely redesigned body and
interior. The results were a sleek, muscular body that was an
instant hit. Typical for Chevelle, the aggressive body work covered
the potent engine underneath. The power-plant of this 1970 Chevelle
convertible is the L78 396ci V8 big-block. This matching-numbers
drivetrain produces 375hp and is mated to the original Muncie M20
4-speed manual transmission and factory 3.55 posi-traction rear
axle. This drop-top was treated to a comprehensive frame-off
restoration, resulting in a concours d' elegance victory. The
Fathom Blue paint and blue vinyl-upholstered interior are in great
condition. From top to bottom, this Chevelle has every detail
carefully worked out and it performs just as good as it looks.
Equipment includes power white convertible top, cowl-induction
hood, power steering and power front disc brakes. The interior
sports bucket seats with center console and the famous Hurst
shifter. A plethora of historical documents come with the car,
including the two original Build Sheets, the original
Protect-O-Plate warranty booklet and the Chevelle's certificate
from the L78 Registry. Service and restoration receipts are
included as well. From the Raser Collection.
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