This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is a real-deal Super Sport, and we
have the buildsheet to prove it! It's fresh off a restoration that
gives you an awesome color combo, upgraded V8 power, and a comfy
A/C interior. There are even rare details, like power windows. It
makes for the verified muscle car that will engage you with its
thoughtful complete package.
Fathom Blue is a year-correct color, and it's one of those hues
that looks quite nice because it's both dark and sophisticated.
This upgrade was part of a restoration that's said to have been
complete only about a year and 1k miles ago. And it certainly has
the fresh look to showcase the recent work. And the glossy style of
the deep blue helps to highlight the excellent body panels. Plus,
this has all the right details. The mix of painted racing stripes
and premium vinyl roof - both in black - is a sporty and
sophisticated collaboration that is absolutely irresistible. The
hood pins, cowl hood, dual exhaust tips, and American Racing Torq
Thrust wheels are all part of this coupe's intimidation factor. And
the pillarless hardtop profile and big shine from the new big
chrome bumpers remind you why it's one of the best classic looks
The hints of black on the exterior get you ready for the full black
interior. The dark and fresh color on the seats, door panels,
carpet, dash, and headliner give this the instant feeling of
quality. The buildsheet is a rare but quite important piece of
paperwork to have on a 1970 Chevelle. It not only confirms that
this is a true Super Sport, but also it verifies rare features like
the power windows. There are plenty more great classic details,
like the working under-dash lights and factory air conditioning now
blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant. Plus, the bench seat
will make you want to hit the drive-in. They also created a
terrific driver's environment with the three-spoke Chevy sports
steering wheel, a tilt column, auxiliary readouts under the dash,
and a SunPro tach prominently placed right in front of you.
The 396 cubic-inch big block has bold paint and shining valve
covers radiating from within the satin black inner fenders. We can
confirm this was born an L34 SS 396, and while there currently is
no VIN found on the block, it does have a year-correct suffix code.
And this big block goes beyond stock for extra muscle with an
Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, an
HEI distributor, and long tube headers feeding a new dual exhaust.
The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is the
numbers-matching unit. It's stout enough to handle the muscle, and
it sends power to a 12-bolt rear end. You also have power steering,
power brakes w/front disc brakes, and a reinforced rear with box
trailing arms and a sway bar.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, build receipts,
restoration photos, and the very important factory buildsheet. This
Chevelle Super Sport is a true muscle car icon that will always be
in demand. So it's great to find such a well-restored one with a
distinct look and proper proof of lineage. Call now!