Great colors, four-on-the-floor, and brutal big block power... Yes,
this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 tribute has everything you want
in a classic muscle car. And you get to enjoy it all from the
comfort of a nicely updated A/C interior.
The 1970 Chevelle just did it better than the rest. The long hood,
proper pillarless hardtop, and fastback profile instantly announced
a sports car had arrived. The cherry red paint and dual black SS
stripes is one of the most sought-after combos around. This upgrade
doesn't make you choose between two of the best muscle car colors
out there because it gives you both. And the finish on this one has
that ideal balance of driver-easy while still having the big shine
eye-catching in the sunshine. Another reason why this one is extra
attractive is the level of detail. The power dome in the hood has
the proper cowl induction badging; the stripes were painted on and
cleared over with the rest of the paint for an even shine across
the panels; and the bumpers fit snugly while also shining like
mirrors. And the Super Sport upgrade is complete from the SS
badging up front to the caps on Mag-style wheels. It's a true
classic, but those LED headlights also signal this one received the
right upgrades to be a better driver, too.
The black interior has the right look for a power car, but you'll
also be pleasantly surprised by how comfortable it is. The full
dark package is clean, comfortable, and inviting. There are also
well-integrated modern upgrades, like a retro-style AM/FM stereo
with Bluetooth and cold-blowing air conditioning (all upgraded
around 2019.) But as much as family and friends may want to go for
a ride, it's going to be the driver that remains the priority.
You're upgraded with a Hurst shifter, a newer Chevy sports steering
wheel, and a full set of crisp Dakota Digital gauges.
Under the hood is what we all love to see: serious big block power.
The 454 cubic-inch V8 looks great with the bold block and plenty of
shine from the valve covers, alternator, compressor, pulleys, and
more. You also have nice power components like a new Holley
four-barrel carburetor, an updated Chevy performance intake, and
long tube headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. There are also
good supporting pieces, like the aluminum radiator, electric fan,
and Optima red top battery. Best of all, you have complete control
over this big block and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the
four-speed manual transmission. And while this Chevelle was made to
eat the streets, it's also easy to tame. That's thanks to good
driving features like power steering, power brakes, front discs,
and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
A shining and powerful '70s Chevelle is a true dream car, and if
you act fast, you can make this one your reality. Call today!!!