This SS Chevelle was professionally built in Edmonton, Alberta, by
Farleys Classics, and every effort was made to create this
modern-day muscle car. This vehicle underwent a rotisserie
restoration and has been refinished in a Forest Green exterior with
Tuxedo Black SS stripes, and features a cowl-induction hood. It is
powered by a 582/862hp fuel-injected V8 big-block engine. The
engine features a Dart block with forged internals, AFR heads,
Holley EFU fuel injection and a hydraulic roller cam that produces
862 dyno-proven horsepower. This engine was built to be
street-driven. Gear changes are provided by a TREMEC 6-speed manual
transmission with a dual-disc clutch and scatter shield. This is
coupled to the original upgraded 12-bolt rear differential by a
custom aluminum driveshaft. The front suspension is upgraded with
tubular control arms, coilover shocks, large sway bars and upgraded
brakes with a hydro-vac system. The rear suspension features HD
control arms with coilover shocks. Most of the interior is original
with some modern additions, including a Dakota Digital gauge
package, an upgraded Bluetooth stereo with a hands-free option for
phone, Ididit tilt steering column, and all-LED lights. It is also
equipped with power steering, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes, 2-inch
alloy wheels, stainless-steel exhaust, billet aluminum hood and
trunk hinges, and pulleys and belt drive systems provided by March.
There are way too many additional parts and modifications to list;
a binder with receipts and build information is provided.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
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