1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS L34 396 / 350 HP Correct CTX Code Big
Block V8 Rebuilt Engine, Muncie M-20 4-Speed Manual Transmission,
12 Bolt Posi Traction Rear End, Power Steering and Power Front Disc
Brakes, Working Tach and Gauges, Clean Black Bucket Seat Interior
with Center Console, AM Radio, Sport Steering Wheel, This is a
Kansas built car with an L on the Trim tag! Finished in Cranberry
Red with Black Interior, Paint and Interior are in great shape.
Brand new BF Goodrich Radial T/A Tires. Great running car fun to
drive and enjoy! This is a desirable True SS in a Great Color
Combination That doesn't need anything to drive and enjoy! We would
like you to join us to SEE and DRIVE this Chevelle Super Sport!.
While we do our best to provide the highest quality muscle cars
with an honest and reliable description, we encourage you to come
visit our showroom of Chevelle's and see this car in person where
you can see and drive the car for yourself to ensure you are happy
with the car before you purchase. Thanks for looking and continue
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Financing is Available with rates as low as 3.49%. Our team is
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1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Location:Winter Garden, Florida
Exterior Color:Cranberry Red
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