For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle. This Cortez silver Chevelle for sale is looking sharp with grey rally stripes. This classic muscle car is riding on 17 inch American Racing� alloy rims that give it just the right look. Turning the big rubber in the back is a 454 big block Chevrolet engine that has been machined to now have a displacement of a whopping 468 Cubic inches! The heads on this Chevy big block are aluminum GM Performance and they allow the big slugs in the cylinders to pull in the fresh air and fuel and push out the exhaust gases through Hooker � competition headers with ease. A Weiand � stealth intake topped with a holley � four barrel carburetor provide the fuel and air and a Mallory � distributor creates the spark that makes it all work! Backing this torque monster is a 3 speed automatic transmission that shifts like a hammer, trust me you will never wonder "was that a shift?" as the squeal of the rear tires will be the first clue. The way this car was designed and built is just what my young mind had in store every time I saw a Chevelle in the �70's. Big power from a torque monster big block, a snappy shifting 3 speed automatic transmission and a great paint job. The only difference between this car and the one I built in my mind was in mine, Farrah Fawcett was sitting next to me! Options for this 1970 Chevelle for sale include: Power steering, Power brakes, Seat belts, Vinyl interior, Aluminum alloy wheel and the chance to relive your childhood. A $237.37 document fee will be added to the sales price. All purchases may be subject to any applicable tax, title, & licensing fees. For more information about this 1972 Chevy Chevelle for sale call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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