Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia welcomes this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS to our showroom located in West Deptford, NJ! The muscle car era at Chevrolet truly saw its peak in 1970 with the Chevelle SS. Gone were the days of linear styling now surpassed by a smoother, coke bottle design. Sharing sheet metal with the revered Buick GSX, they share the exact same roofline; seriously check it out sometime! This Chevelle, is not a 396 clone, it is a true SS 454 factory car that has had an engine swap. Pop open the hood and look at the LS 5 454 Big Block V8 that is as close to OE as possible. 1 of 4,298, it is a Z15 option car which cost $503.45 back in the day and magically shifted a Malibu into the mean machine that stands before you. Included in the package were heavy duty suspension, power brakes, dual exhaust and a black grill. The car is a total frame off restoration painstakingly returned to OE standards. The chassis and undercarriage are painted "east wood chassis black" and has been primed with a rust preventative. Take note of the Cowl Induction sport striped hood that gulped cold air straight to the carb, a $147.45 option. While you're taking in the whole package, you surely noted the unique Misty Turquoise paint that graces this beauty. coupled to a new M-21 four-speed transmission and sends those horses to the 12 bolt POSI rear end! Ceramic coated Hedman Headers deliver exhaust to the 2 �" stainless exhaust that flow along the complete Hotchkis � undercarriage and suspension.. Additional features include To view this 1970 Chevrolet Chevell SS 454 in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
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