1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Numbers Matching Trans Rear End
Unrestored 40kMI Car is an original 396/402 Big Block Chevy. Car is
appears rust free and lived most of its life in a garage. Last
driven on the highway in 1998. The engine was switched out for a
427 at some point in its life. I have about a hundred photos. The
car is super nice and clean and runs very strong For sale is a 1970
Chevrolet Chevelle SS with a big block Chevy engine matching number
transmission and rear end. We believe the mileage to be correct at
42,010. The car drives VERY STRONG. It is always stored indoors and
normally starts on the first crank with the ignition key. Here is
the back story: This car was purchased back around 1998 from the
first owner here in Utah. It was purchased by a customer of ours
who brought it up on a trailer several times for service work. The
customer was a rear gear head and owned three 1970 Chevelle SS
cars. One he bought new from the dealership and the other two he
bought second hand. He knew the cars inside and out. He stored it
from 1998 until a few months ago. The original customer died and a
customer of ours purchased it from his wife to be his first muscle
car but recently decided it wasn't what he needed or wanted. What
we know to be original about the car: We serviced it several times
from 2002 until 2014. He passed in 2015. The Protect O Plate came
with the original warranty paperwork and verifies that the car
started out life as a real SS Big Block Car. It has the original
TH400 or Turbo 400 Transmission numbers matching. It also has the
original 12 Bolt Rear End Housing numbers matching that has a
locker installed. It was set up to drag race. The owner was a rear
gear head. It does NOT have the original engine. Somewhere along
the line a 427 engine was installed into the car. We believe that
occurred back in 1997 It was an A.C. car as well. It was a original
bucket seat car also. We have a pair year correct bucket seats, but
they were not installed.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle
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