"The 1970 Chevelle came in sport coupe, sport sedan, convertible, four-door sedan, a couple of wagons, and coup� utility (the El Camino) body styles. Only 3 of these (Malibu sport coupe, Malibu convertible and El Camino pickup) were available with a choice of one of 2 SS options; RPO Z25 with the SS 396 (402 cid) engine and RPO Z15 with the new 454 cid engine. The SS options were limited to the Malibu two-door sport coupe, Malibu convertible and El Camino pickup. All models featured a bold-look with a split grille, dual headlights and a feature line with a prominent dip at waist-level on the body sides. The swept-back style front fenders were replaced with a more blunt-style. Standard equipment on the 1970 Chevelle included heater/defroster, rubber floor mats, cigarette lighter and a locking glove box."
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For sale by owner is this awesome 1970 Chevelle SS Resto-Mod. This example was treated to a professional body off restoration completed in late 2013.� Please let all the pictures load (there are over 120) to see the great condition of this classic Chevy.� The engine is a non original mid 60's 396 big block from a Corvette, rebuilt with some performance modifications. The transmission is a 700R4 automatic and it has a 12 bolt rear. It has power steering, power disc brakes and air conditioning. The body was taken down to bare metal and repainted Viper Red with ghost flames under the hood stripes, all the exterior chrome and trim has either been replaced or replated to new condition and the undercarriage was restored to new. The interior was redone with new door panels, Pro Car rally seats, console and carpeting. For all the car guys out there, what follows are some of the important details of the build. We can't show everything, the list is just too long.
Vin # 136370K15999
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396 Mid 60's Corvette Engine Full Roller
Block Casting #3855961
Head Casting # 3873858
10:1 on Pump Gas
Speed Pro Forged Aluminum Pistons
Comp Cams Extreme Energy Cam 11-433-8
Edelbrock Performer Aluminum Heads
�RPM Air Gap Aluminum Intake Manifold
�Holley Ultra Street Avenger Carburetor
�Dougs 2/18" Headers
�ARP Hardware Throughout
�MSD 6-Al ignition
Pro Billet Distributor
�Melling High Volume Oil Pump
Power Master Starter
700R 4 Speed Automatic Transmission
2200 "Street Friendly" Stall Converter
�Firm Shift Module
Be Cool Radiator
Derale Performance Dual 13" Cooling Fans
Electronic Fan Controller with 180 Degree thermostat
Front Upper & Lower Control Arms
�Front 1 1/8 " Sway Bar
�Front Coil Springs
Rear Lower Control Arms
�Adjustable Panhard Bar
�Rear 3/4 " Drop Coil Springs
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