Gateway Classic Cars is proud to digitally present this 1970
Chevrolet Chevelle.As cars in the 50's and the 60's became larger
and larger, a more practical and affordable car was needed due to
changing government guidelines and gas pricing. The Chevrolet
Chevelle was produced for this reason and was is a smaller
mid-sized automobile from the larger predecessors. Chevrolet
produced the Chevelle in three generations for the 1964 through
1978 model years as part of the General Motors A-body platform and
the Chevelle was one of Chevrolet's most successful nameplates.
Body styles included coupes, sedans, convertibles, and station
wagons. The "Super Sport" versions were produced up to the 1973
model year.This Chevelle SS Resto-mod is a wonderful example of
1970's hot rod. Painted in a high gloss Blue Metallic with the
iconic white stripes along the trunk and hood. This car is powered
by a chromed out ZZ454 Crate Engine V8 and mated to a Tremec 5
speed Manual Transmission. On the interior you'll notice the newer
custom bucket seating up front wrapped in a white metallic leather
as well as the rear bench. Also, the upgraded AM/FM/CD mounted in
the truck doesn't clash with the 70's dash. Could you see this in
your garage? Don't pass up this wonderful 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle
SS Resto-mod and call today!
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle
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