Standing tall as the GTO, the Chevrolet Chevelle was one of the true muscle cars to roam the streets. It is second only to the GTO when it comes to muscle car desirability, and that by a small margin. Not all Chevelles are created equal, the Chevelle Super Sport or Chevelle SS is where the power is and what made Chevrolet a legend in the muscle world. The second generation Chevrolet Chevelle was produced from 1968 to 1972. The 1970 production cars featured the coke bottle styling inspired by the Northrop F- jet fighter. Up for grabs is a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396.
A muscle car like this legendary 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 has its own appeal, but when you paint it in brilliant white and add black racing stripes, you further enhance the car's looks. The front features a chrome bumper with embedded turn lights. The dual grille set-up is painted in black with a chrome bezel that features the SS logo boldly in the center. Quad headlights in recessed chrome finish the front aggressive looks, while right above them are visible the hood pins. The front quarter panels are host to the ”SS 396” badges, More chrome is visible on the window trims and side mirrors. The dual racing stripes continue to the rear trunk lid, while the rear chrome bumper features embedded taillights. And the SS lettering. A set of vintage wheels with the SS in the center finishes the exterior look. So, as you don’t forget that you’re driving a Chevrolet Chevelle SS, more “SS” badges are added to the interior door trims, and the 2-spoke steering wheel. The car is fitted with air conditioning to make the drive as cool as possible.
The beating heart of this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 is none other than the 396ci (6.5L) V8 mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The 396 has a special suspension and other features specifically for it. It is reported that this is the cowl induction version which has 375hp of power.
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