This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle aka “Project American Heroes III” was built to sale at Barrett Jackson Orange County Auction 2010 with Proceeds going to the Armed Forces Foundation. The vehicle brought in a staggering $250k at the sale. The Chevelle underwent a complete restoration performed by Route 66 Motorsports and various suppliers of upgraded parts. It also had a feature dedicated to the build of the vehicle in Super Chevy Magazine.
6.2L / LSA Supercharged Fuel Injected V8 engine. Automatic TCI 4L80E transmission. Stange Engineering 9″ rear end. Painted in PPG Black with Custom American Flag Inlaid stripes. Red vinyl bucket seat interior. Baer 4 wheel Drilled / Slotted disc brakes. Power steering. Detroit Speed front suspension to include tubular A-arm, coil-overs, and front sway bar. DSE rear suspension. Fesler Aluminum hood hinges. Dual exhaust with Edelbrock LS series headers. Aftermarket Old Air Products A/C. Aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. Smoothed / Slicked / Painted firewall. Flaming River Chrome tilt column with Leather wrapped steering wheel. Custom Built Classic Instruments “Project American Hero” gauge cluster. Center console with TCI shifter. Power 4 windows. Sony AM/FM/Touchscreen radio with Sony rear package tray speakers. Painless Performance wiring. Underlay with Thermo-Tec “Cool It’ Sound / Heat deadener. Dual chrome mirrors. 18” Custom built Boze One-off Alloy wheels with etched Armed Forces logos.