1970 Chevrolet Chevelle (Stock #320) Real deal 1970 Chevelle SS
with original build sheets. (Build sheet vin matches cowl stamp).
Painted in original Fathom blue with white stripes. (Current color
matches code on cowl stamp). Framed build sheets as well as binder
of restoration receipts go along with the car. ~ 1500 miles since
rebuild on engine and transmission (have receipts) I have owned
this car for several years and performed much of the restoration
work myself. It is a highly optioned factory SS big block car.
Original setup: (info from cowl and matching #s build sheets):
Original 396 big block car (I do not have the original block)
Original SS air conditioning car (original ac unit replaced by
'delete' cover) Original 12 bolt rear end (still in car) Original
dash cluster with 6500 rpm tach (still in car) Original floor pans.
Two build sheets Current setup: 540 big block Merlin crate engine
(~600 hp, based on sales literature, approx. value ~$10k - $12k
alone) 3 speed TH400 with Hurst Quarterstick shifter Hotchkis
Springs Original SS sway bar (I believe, based on measurements)
Brand new Hooker SuperCompetition Headers, 2 1/2" to 3" Brand new
3" Flowmaster pipes Brand new brake master cylinder and new brake
lines throughout Braided fuel lines K&N filters Dual Fan 4 core
radiator (keeps it cool even in summer) Check out 45 photos and
walk around Video! Recent work - replaced brake master cylinder and
lines, variety of seals, body mounts, steering components (tie
rods, etc), power steering pump, body mounts Financing and delivery
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