This 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS454 LS6 is a survivor with 64,370 actual
miles (title reads mileage exempt) and is one of 4,475 LS6s sold in
1970. This LS6 was thoroughly inspected by Jerry MacNeish and comes
with his detailed authentication report which indicates the entire
drivetrain is original to the car including the 454/450hp V8 engine
backed by an M22 HD 4-speed manual transmission and 12-bolt 3.31
open ratio rear axle. This LS6 proudly wears its factory Cranberry
Red exterior finish with black stripes, with a black vinyl top and
features a cowl induction hood. It also has power steering and
power brakes. According to Jerry's report, it features an original
bucket seat interior, trim tag calls for code 756 black bucket seat
interior but car now has an original (not reproduction) Chevrolet
interior code 791, parchment bucket seats with console. Jerry's
report also makes several important notes such as: "Original drive
train LS6's are very hard to find as many were blown up on the
street or race track from abuse when these cars were new", and
"this Chevelle has a lot of originality and has never been
restored", "there is still a large percentage of original paint on
the exterior body" and "this car is a time capsule in many ways".
This Chevelle rides on 15-inch SS wheels wrapped in Goodyear tires.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:CRANBERRY RED
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