1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 Convertible

One of the most well-optioned LS5 powered, #'s matching Chevelles in the world. Dallas, Texas

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Muscle Car Of The Week Video #44: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS LS6 454 Convertible
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com http://www.facebook.com/musclecaroftheweek If you were to go buy a brand-new 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS, what options would you choose? This week, our featured Muscle Car is a super-clean 1970 Chevelle SS 454 with the 450 HP LS6 V8 backed by a Muncie M22 4-speed transmission. Couple that with a power convertible top, and you've got an awesome ride capable of burning through the first 3 gears while wind-blowing your hair at the same time. There are multiple LS6 Chevelles in the Brothers Collection, but this one is perhaps the most sinister.





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1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS For Sale
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! To see over 100 pictures of this car visit http://inventory.vanguardmotorsales.com/vanguardautos/inventory/details/138 176Z132047 VIN 138176Z132047 You are looking at a true 138 SS Chevelle! This car spent its early life in California and was used to cruise and take to car shows. It was restored in California in 2008 by 3rd owner. A gentleman from Illinois bought the car in 2010 and had it shipped back to his home. Both the motor and transmission have about 1,000 miles since being added to the car in 2008. The interior was replaced at the time of the restoration as well. VIN Tag Decode Year - 1966 Series - (38) SS396, V8 Engine Body Style - (17) 2-Door Sport Coupe (35/36/38 series only) Plant - (Z) Fremont, California Chevelle # - 32047 for Fremont, California Trim Tag Decode 12D – December, 4th Week 66 - 1966 13817 - SS396 2-Door Sport Coupe BF – Freemont California Assembly Plant 2763 – Body Unit Number 763 - Black Imitation Leather, Bucket Seats MM (difficult to read) - Aztec Bronze Upper and Lower 26357 – Manifest Number Mechanics Big Block Chevy 454ci Engine - Casting # 3999289 Borg Warner 6 Speed Transmission - Casting # 3-86-065-902 GM 12 Bolt Posi-Traction Rear End with 4.11:1 Gear Ratio - Casting # 3875745N Power 4 Wheel Disc Brakes Parking Brake New Brake Lines Power Steering MSD Ignition Aftermarket Aluminum Drive Shaft Explosion Proof Bell Housing Jet Coated Headers 3” Exhaust with X-Pipe Flowmaster Mufflers Mandrel Bent Stainless Steel 3” Exhaust Chrome Air Cleaner Aluminum Valve Covers Holley Carb Polished Aluminum Intake Chrome Alternator New A/C Delco Battery Aftermarket Upper and Lower Control Arms New Bushings New Ball Joints New Shocks Front and Rear Sway Bar New Painted Gas Tank Body Beautiful Light Blue/Silver Metallic Paint All Original Sheet Metal All New Chrome New Glass Beautiful Stainless Trim Great Fit and Finish Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid Solid Straight Quarters Solid and Clean Trunk Spare Tire, Car Cover and Box of Spare Parts in Trunk Undercarriage is Clean and Painted Smooth Black Frame and Floorboards are Solid Pinch Welds and Bottom of Rockers Look Great Wheel Wells are Clean and Solid Lightweight Polished Aluminum Cragar Wheels 205/60/15 Front, 275/60/15 Rear Interior New Black Interior Bucket Seats No Console AM/FM Radio with Hurst Shifter Aftermarket Column Mounted Tach Aftermarket Stewart Warner Gauges Lecarra Steering Wheel New Door Skins New Headliner New Carpet New Sail Panel New Gauges New Lights New Interior Trim Pieces Seatbelts Front and Back Don’t Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week at 248-974-9513! tom@vanguardmotorsales.com www.VanguardMotorSales.com





132390 / 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS 454 Convertible
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7zfjq45 When you spend $125,000 on a restoration, you know the results are going to be spectacular. This 1970 Chevelle SS 454 packs a date-code correct LS5 big block, and has a restoration that is less than 1000 miles old. With highly desirable options like factory air, power windows, and a console, this is a fabulous summertime cruiser that will blow people away when they see it at shows. Take advantage of the old adage that it's always cheaper to buy someone else's completed project than to try to do it yourself—this is a perfect example. Finished in lovely Fathom Blue with white SS stripes, this car certainly looks like an eighth-of-a-million dollars was spent on it. The stripes were painted on, and the entire car was laboriously color sanded and buffed until the finish was smooth and ripple-free. The entire car was fully disassembled and placed on a rotisserie for the work, so every single nook and crevice was faithfully prepped and finished to better-than-new standards. That means door jambs, the trunk, and even the floors all wear a coat of brilliant Fathom Blue paint with no traces of the color change. Power comes from a date-code correct LS5 big block topped by a correct Rochester Quadrajet 4-barrel carburetor. In fact, almost every component on the car was Exhaustively researched and tracked-down to ensure that it is as correct as possible. The block is bathed in brilliant Chevy Orange that really stands out, even in the tightly packed engine bay. A correct cowl induction air cleaner feeds the beast, while original style cast iron Exhaust manifolds dump into a dual Exhaust system. Correct decals have been used throughout, from the decal on the air cleaner, to the Frigidaire sticker on the A/C compressor, and the engine bay looks like it would have just off the showroom floor in 1970. Better than new also extends to the chassis, with its body-colored floors and highly detailed componentry. The TH400 3-speed automatic sports a deeper-than-stock finned aluminum pan to help keep it cool, and out back there's a 12-bolt with easy driving 3.31 gears on a Posi limited slip. The dual Exhaust system I mentioned earlier uses Flowmaster mufflers, but terminates in correct polished tips under the rear bumper. The power disc brake system has been fully rebuilt, there's a new gas tank out back, and all the suspension bushings and shock absorbers are new. Correct SS wheels wear Firestone Wide Oval bias plys that look exactly right in the Chevelle's big wheel wells. The original code 770 saddle buckets probably would have looked OK with the Fathom Blue, but nothing beats the classic combination of Fathom Blue with a white interior. So brilliant you'll need sunglasses just to ride in it, every square inch of the interior is brand new. The seats were rebuilt with fresh foam, then the new seat covers were installed, and only the driver's seat shows any signs of use. Black carpets and a black dashboard seem to anchor the interior and give it the correct look, although you should use care to avoid scuffing the new white door panels. And speaking of door panels, note that this car carries factory power windows, a very helpful option for a convertible, and makes going from fully open to fully closed an operation that takes only seconds. A new white vinyl convertible top with correct glass rear window rounds out the list of new components, and it fits and folds as it should. It's not unusual for guys to go all-out on a restoration project like this and find themselves upside-down when it's finished, but what that really means is that you, the buyer, get to enjoy the fruits of his labor without writing the big check, the two-year wait and all the sleepless nights. Handsome, fast, and nicely finished, this Chevelle is exactly the kind of car we all wish we could own, and here's your chance. Call today!




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