This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute has striking paint and plenty of vintage details. Of course, it's the solid big block power under the hood that makes this a true example of an irresistible hardtop muscle car.
This is an attractive total package, and it starts with the paint. It's a quality application that was added later in life. Some of the best Chevelles were Cortez Silver cars, and so this one keeps a classic style, but it also radiates with a modern clearcoat shine. So the sunlight loves to show off the straight sheet metal of this coupe. Adding to the shine is the excellent brightwork you see everywhere from the wraparound chrome bumpers to the window trim. Plus, as a proper SS tribute, they made sure to give you all the best pieces. The painted black stripes harmonize quite well with the silver. And you also have the blackout grille and rear panel to complete the dark side. The cowl induction hood, large dual exhaust tips, and Mag-style SS wheels finish off this coupe's true intimidation package.
The interior has also been upgraded, and now it's a muscle car friendly black. That means a fresher style inside, but this also makes sure to give you a proper classic feeling. That means two wide rows of bench seats and the correct premium Malibu trim on the upholstery and door panels. The vintage feel goes right down to the classic Delco AM/FM radio that's still cranking out the tunes. But an SS tribute like this also needs to be a great driver's classic. That's why you have the three-spoke sports steering wheel, a tilt column, under-dash auxiliary readouts, and the desirable U14 round gauge package with large speedo and tach.
The heart of this Chevelle is a proper big block. It has a clean style where you can see plenty of classic details. Some are cosmetic, like the Delco battery topper. Other pieces also add function, like the Mickey Thompson finned valve covers. And that air grabber works with the cowl hood to inhale fresher air. Plus, this 454 cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded with a big Holley Street Avenger 770cfm four-barrel carburetor sitting atop a dual-plane aluminum intake. It starts easy with a terrific big block rumble from the dual exhaust. It feels like it wants to hit the road, and cruising is what this one was made to do. There's a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and SS-style boxed rear trailing arms w/sway bar for an all-around good driver.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a proper SS tribute with a sharp-looking style and proper big block muscle. Don't miss out on this coupe. Call today!!!