This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle perfectly demonstrates the coke-bottle styling that was incorporated for that model year. Heavily Customized, this second-generation Chevrolet Chevelle SS could just be the performance muscle car you've been looking for. And with a host of tastefully chosen modifications, its classic value likely remains high.
This "dark shadow grey" example of a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle has undergone a complete frame-off restoration. The grey exterior is complimented by the iconic painted black stripes. It reportedly has had new doors, fenders, hood, trunk lid, filler panel, grille, and inner fenders fitted to it. It also has had complete new full quarters and new bumpers, front, and rear. All the glass is reportedly new as well. The seats, console, and shifter are from an original 1970 SS, while it has been trimmed in new upholstery. This Chevrolet Chevelle also has a newly-trimmed parcel shelf with speakers, wired to a hidden stereo in the glove box. It comes complete with BF Goodrich tires, 15x8 front wheels, 15x10 rear wheels, power steering, and power-assisted brakes.
With a big-block 396ci engine this Chevy Chevelle has a host of modifications under the hood. It includes a Holley Aluminum Ultra XP Carb 750, Warlock Intake, MSD Ignition, custom-built driveshaft, and big brakes. Piping is courtesy of Patriot full-length headers and a 3" Flowmaster exhaust.