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1970 Chevelle 454 Big Block

20. March, 2018

We’re proud to offer for your consideration this super clean charcoal gray 1970 Chevelle.  Considered by many to be the best looking muscle car of all time, the ’70 Chevelle is as popular now as ever before.  Prices keep going up on these classic Chevelle’s so now is the time to buy yours!
This car runs strong, drives great, and looks even better. The body is rock solid and straight.  The removal of the chrome body trim, badges, and the color choice keep it really clean and classy.  The matching charcoal ghost stripes really look sharp!  The muscular rake, aggressive tires, and throaty rumble of it’s 454 big block put this Chevelle squarely in the badass category!  The exterior may not have any chrome but your appetite for the shiny stuff will be fully satisfied when you open the cowl hood.  With a massive power plant and updated steering, brakes, and suspension, this car is as much of a pleasure to drive as it is to look at.  Those smooth clean body lines catch the light and will get you plenty of attention wherever you go.
This Chevelle was restored in early 2016 by Atlas Muscle Cars.  It’s rebuilt 454 motor was dyno’d right after the build and put out 360hp and an impressive 450 ft/lbs of torque.  The turbo 350 transmission with torque converter is also rebuilt.  The new charcoal grey paint with grey ghost lines looks great under the fresh clear coat.  The frame was removed and painted black.  Suspension features tubular control arms and all new body bushings. The brake, fuel, and transmission lines are all new.  Owner just purchased a Holley 750 double pumper and it will be installed for the new owner.  He wasn’t thrilled with the current Edelbrock.  He also recently installed a mini hi-torque starter.  The car has a 12 bolt rear end.  All new steering components, new brakes, (front disk, rear drum), new radiator, hoses and belts should give you years of trouble free driving enjoyment. Also under the hood is a new chrome steering pump, new internal regulated chrome alternator, new wiper motor, and new brake booster/master cylinder. Stainless steel headers lead back to Xlerator stainless steel performance mufflers.  The car sits atop all new Boss 338 gun metal wheels and new Nitto NT555 255/45ZR18 tires.
The interior is mostly new except for the dash, speedo, and dummy lights. The speedo and dummy lights all work though, as well as the glove light and cigarette lighter.  The windshield is new, the rest of the glass was removed, cleaned, and resealed.  Wiring hasn’t been overlooked either with new taillight, engine, and headlight wiring harnesses.
Forget about spending $1500 to get some nice bucket seats, this car already has them!  The car has a few cosmetic issues with headliner sagging and some small rust areas on both sides of rear window.  No other known rust on the car. The car has been driven less than 1000 miles since the restoration in early 2016.
Contact me to make an offer or for more pictures and video of the car.

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Specification

$29,995
  • Mileage: 14537 miles
  • Year: 1970
  • Engine: 454
  • Fuel type: Gas