This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is a real-deal Super Sport, and we have the buildsheet to prove it! And with great upgrades like the color combo to make for an iconic true SS with even more added appeal. Fathom Blue is this car's original color. It's one of those hues that looks quite nice because it's both dark and sophisticated. This was even given a modern clearcoat respray later in life so that it retains a nice luster in the sunlight. The buildsheet is a rare but quite important piece of paperwork to have on a 1970 Chevelle. It not only confirms that this is a true Super Sport, but also it verifies that the outstanding contrasting white package was how this was born. The mix of racing stripes and premium vinyl roof is a sporty and sophisticated collaboration that is absolutely irresistible. The hood pins, cowl hood, dual exhaust tips, and updated mag-style SS wheels are all part of this coupe's intimidation factor. And the big chrome bumpers and pillarless hardtop profile remind you why it's one of the best classic looks around. While the exterior colors were how this one was born, the interior was upgraded to white later in life. And we understand exactly why. The pristine color on the seats, door panels, and headliner radiate brightly from within and coordinate with the exterior accents for a very uniform look inside and out. They really created a terrific driver's environment with all your favorite pieces, like bucket seats, a center console, and the iconic horseshoe shifter. While there was a solid investment in upgrading the interior, they made sure not to jeopardize the vintage atmosphere. So you really start to see the classic style in the details, like the dual-spoke SS steering wheel, round gauge package, and even the Delco AM radio is there for display. The 396 cubic-inch big block has bold paint and shining valve covers radiating from within the satin black inner fenders. We can confirm this was born an L34 SS 396, the powerhouse under the hood today goes further with a fresher look and added performance with headers feeding a sweet-sounding Flowmaster dual exhaust. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is stout enough to handle the muscle, and it sends to power to a 12-bolt 3.31 Positraction rear end for all-around good performance. You also have an upgraded tubular A-arm front suspension, power steering, power brakes w/front disc brakes, and sway bars front & rear. The 1970 Chevelle Super Sport is a true muscle car icon that will always be in demand. So it's great to find one with a distinct look and proper proof of lineage. Call now!