For those of us who hold firm to the notion that theres no replacement for displacement , this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 502 is an absolute must see . Its got plenty more than sheer cubic inches going for it - although its hard not to crack an admiring smile when you hear that big block rumbling away under its hood, as it also features an outstanding exterior and a host of great upgrades to add an improved ride and enhanced drivability to all that power. This classic Chevy will draw you in for sure. Magnetic red paint with authentic looking broad black stripes running down the hood and deck lid now sit in place of the gray shade it began life with, upping the curb appeal as the combo sits over smooth, well-prepped steel and offers a nice shine. You really have to see this car at close range to fully appreciate it, as it shows an impressive level of fit and finish. Its body lines are precise from every angle, the chrome bumpers, body trim and badging are all in top notch condition and the stance shows just the proper aggressive incline youd want in an asphalt scorcher like this. The badged cowl hood is stylishly subtle, rising just high enough to hint at the power thats waiting for action below. The revamped black interior is pretty impressive in its own right. It features an overall vintage look, but with some great upgrades added to create a one of a kind custom appearance. The wide Chevelle buckets and the bench seat behind them wear snug fitting vinyl covers and sit over fresh matching carpeting, with a pair of badged floor mats up front. Just sliding into the drivers seat is enough to make your pulse quicken - as you grip the Billet Specialties steering wheel, youll find a full contingent of white-faced AutoMeter gauges in the instrument cluster - all of them fully functional - while the Hurst ratcheting shifter waits within easy reach, housed in a factory center console thats also in great shape. A fresh, supple dash pad runs the width of the cabin just above the instrumentation and an AM/FM/CD stereo is there to handle your audio needs. The trunk area in back is very solid - with no liner on the floor, you can easily see its well-prepped components and their surfaces are very clean. This Chevelle is a flat out rocket. Theres a 502 cubic inch GM performance crate motor under that cowl hood - armed with aluminum heads and an aluminum intake manifold carrying a custom built and tuned carb, its output is substantial, offering a full horsepower per cubic inch. The custom-built headers at its sides combine with the dual Flowmaster exhaust to produce a dominating note thats sure to draw attention as the big block pairs with a 3-speed automatic TH400 transmission thats shifting smoothly and has been reinforced to accommodate the power on hand. A sizable aluminum radiator equipped with dual electric fans stands by up front to keep temperatures under control. Featured tubular front suspension, power steering and a sizable sway bar make for sharp, easy handling and a great ride, and Wilwood disc brakes at all four corners with drilled and slotted rotors match with a Wilwood master cylinder to provide excellent, fade-resistant stopping ability. A set of Billet Specialities wheels - 18 in front and 20 in back - perfectly complement the visual impact of this outstanding Chevelle. Exceptional power and curb appeal combine with a skillfully restored interior to make this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 502 an absolute standout. Call today!
Sometimes too much is exactly what you need. Thats the attitude behind this fantastic pro street 1970 Chevrolet Camaro. And before you say pro-street is dead, take a closer look, because this one is a very trick 21st century take on the familiar drag-race-inspired street car, and we like the results a whole lot. Anything painted Atomic Orange is going to get noticed, but with 18 inches of blower and air scoop hanging out of the hood, it will be impossible to ignore this Camaro. Building on the pro-street tradition of big horsepower, big tires, and big acceleration, it has raised the bar in terms of sophistication and design. Check out the smoothed body, which has no door handles, no mirrors, and no badges beyond the Z/28 emblem in the grille. The second-generation Camaros body lends itself to the streamlined look, and with a custom aluminum wing neatly faired into the deck lid and painted to match (including the stripe!) it looks like a 30s aero streamliner as much as a blunt-force hammer for the street. There is a hood, of course, but its mostly an opening for the blower. The cream-colored stripe is a great contrast against the copper paint and details like the crystal clear headlights, flush-mounted fuel filler on the deck lid, and 50s Pontiac blue-dot taillight lenses give it a trick look without losing its identity. The interior is combat-ready but still built for the street, thanks to comfortable tan bucket seats with provisions for harnesses, full carpets, and nicely finished door panels. No crude race car stuff here! A custom center console blends seamlessly with the fabricated dash, which is filled with Auto Meter Ultra-Lite gauges. The B&M shifter manages a TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and if you glance out the windshield, youll see an extra pair of gauges for boost and fuel pressure mounted right to the back of the blower. Very cool! A 4-spoke Billet Specialties steering wheel has been wrapped in matching tan leather, giving the interior a consistent look. Yes, theres a cage, but it stays out of the way pretty well and the rear seat area is now full of wheel wells, so dont bother with any extra passengers. The trunk is all business, with a fuel cell mounted to the subframe as well as a remote-mounted battery. Dont worry, theres plenty of power to back up the outrageous look thanks to a built supercharged 454 cubic inch Chevy V8. Thats a Littlefield 6-71 supercharger up top, fed by a pair of Holleys. Brodix aluminum heads improve the flow while reducing weight and theres a big enough cam to get noticed even at idle. Its pump gas friendly, so no worries about this being a cranky full-race piece and thanks to a giant radiator, electric fans, and an electric water pump, it keeps its cool. Dont get me wrong, its nasty and not for a rookie, but its also ready to use. Theres a full A-arm front suspension with rack-and-pinion steering and coil-overs, and the custom 9-inch rear end uses a 5-link and coil-overs to plant those massive meats. A fabricated Flowmaster exhaust system sounds spectacular and uses flattened exhaust tips that look like they were borrowed from NASCAR. 4-wheel vented and cross-drilled disc brakes are there for safety and the stance is more pro-touring than pro-street. The same goes for the giant 19- and 20-inch wheels, which were color-matched to the bodywork and wrapped in 225/35/19 front and 345/30/20 rear performance rubber. This is a show car you can use on the street and its got the hardware that tells everyone its not fooling around. If you like to make a big entrance, few cars can do it better than this Camaro. Call today!
Second generation Camaros are red hot right now and the best one blend old and new so seamlessly that they feel like vintage cars but bring the thunder like a late-model. Finished in brilliant Cranberry Red paint, this awesome 1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS tribute also features a thumping 383 cubic inch stroker motor, a quick-witted automatic transmission, and enough details to keep you interested for years. The body was professionally refinished, and all of the metalwork is masterfully done with a seamless blend of old and new components. Weve always been fond of the way bright colors work on high-performance cars, with the handsome bright red finish keeps this high-performance F-body in the limelight no matter who else shows up. All the unique Camaro performance details were retained, including front and rear spoilers, a cowl-induction hood, and even SS badging, which creates a car that Chevy didnt build but could have. And, of course, there are those black stripes which instantly identify this Camaro as something special. The paint is very nicely done with first-rate fit and finish, although it does show a few signs of use and age, as youd expect. Up front theres a correct blacked-out grille with an RS conversion, while out back four round taillights make the second-generation Camaro instantly recognizable from a distance. A mixture of original equipment with a few upgrades greets you inside. The black buckets have been fully restored with fresh foam and new covers, which match the door panels perfectly. New carpets make it look showroom fresh, and the dash pad is unblemished, so it has an OEM feel when youre behind the wheel. Factory gauges cover the basics, but there are auxiliary dials down on the center console, and even today the wrap-around instrument panel uses a proper camera case finish. This car also includes an AM/FM/CD stereo radio in the center of the dash and a familiar horseshoe shifter to manage the transmission underneath. The rear seat looks almost completely unused and youll note there are tailored carpeted floor mats to help keep things tidy. Under that cool deck lid spoiler is a clean trunk with a correct mat and new weather seals. The engine is a fresh 383 cubic inch V8 that delivers a big block whack of torque without the weight. Aluminum heads and a GM high-rise intake manifold are clues that this isnt just a garden-variety small block, and the guys at Summit Racing rate it at 450 horsepower. It feels like it! Other details include a full MSD ignition system, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, a big radiator, and long-tube headers. The TCI TH350 3-speed automatic transmission gives this SS that immediate, hands-on feel, making it a fantastic point-and-go machine. Out back, a set of 3.73 gears and a Posi in the 10-bolt rear end are the ideal dance partners, delivering snappy acceleration that never gets boring. The undercarriage is quite clean and has been upgraded with a set of subframe connectors and a Flowmaster dual exhaust system. It rolls on a set of gorgeous 20-inch IROC replicas which carry 245/35/20 front and 255/45/20 rear performance radials. Someone spent an awful lot of money on this SS tribute, endowing it with a classic performance look that stands out because its unusual. We dont often see second-generation Camaros this nice, so dont miss this opportunity, call now!
Everyone knows that taking weight out is the same as putting horsepower in, so starting with a compact car like the Nova makes a lot of sense when youre trying to build a hot street car. This 1970 Nova Restomod combines a modern-tech LS3 V8 with a sleeper look that perfectly captures the dual nature of Chevys right-sized Nova. The idea was simple: take a modern, reliable powerplant with serious horsepower, stuff it into a Nova, and leave the rest alone so nobody will know. Yes, its bright red and wears 396 badges, but thats still not enough warning for the pain this car can dish out. Finish work is outstanding, with great bodywork and super straight sheetmetal that was obviously prepped by experts who knew what they were doing. Its nice to see this one without a cowl-induction hood or stripes, although it does carry SS badges and a blacked-out tail panel, so folks might suspect something is up. Everything on the exterior, from the chrome bumpers to the stainless trim around the wheels arches, is standard Nova equipment, so this is definitely a car that could have been prowling the streets in 1970. And its a 2-door post, which is a favorite of racers because its lighter and stiffer than the hardtop, which is what serious racers want. A vast majority of Novas in 1970 were equipped with the standard bench seat (including this one), and if youre building a sleeper, you should probably leave it alone. The black upholstery is the perfect match to the red paint, and the thoroughly freshened interior looks as good as the bodywork. Again, they skipped the visible upgrades and keep this car stock, which tells you that this Nova is all about the business of speed. The shifter is still on the steering column and since the standard Nova dash and gauge cluster doesnt tell you much about whats going on under the hood, it has been upgraded with a set of Dakota Digital instruments tucked in there where nobody can see them. We also like that they focused on performance, so theres no massive stereo, just a simple AM/FM/CD head unit in the dash and the carpets are new. Finally, the trunk is solid and includes a correct mat and a spare tire assembly. All the mechanical work was done by Fantom Works, so you know its right. Power comes from a new aluminum 6.2 liter LS3 V8 thats a tidy installation in the Novas engine bay. This one makes no pretenses of being stock, and its immediately obvious when you sport the LS intake manifold, fuel rails, and giant air intake. All the factory fuel injection components were retained, so it runs like a stocker and never gets cranky, no matter what youre doing. All 480 horsepower are channeled through a 4L85E 4-speed automatic transmission to a very trick Heidts custom independent rear end with a 9-inch center section and 3.70 POSI gears inside. 4-wheel disc brakes are part of the deal and it barks through a snarling dual exhaust system that matches the cars aggressive look. The suspension is as competent as a Corvette and makes the most of the staggered 15-inch rubber on polished Torque Thrust wheels. With a ton of power, no fussiness, and big performance, this Nova represents state-of-the-art in sleeper technology. If your performance tastes run towards light weight and big horsepower, this screaming red Nova might be just the ticket. Call today!
This 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is one impressive luxury coupe. It offers a built 454, plenty of luxury features, an upgraded suspension, and a period-perfect color combination, making it a fantastic example of Chevys best in 1970. Code 45 Green Mist is this cars original color, and thats what its wearing today, albeit with a few upgrades. It was refinished a few years ago, including the gray SS stripes that arent stock but sure look right on the big coupe. Today it shows very little wear, and if you want a dazzling Monte that will have people wondering why it looks so darned good, this is your car. It isnt a show car, but at the same time, it sure attracts a ton of attention when its out in the open. Of course, as a car that spent its life someplace warm, the body panels were already in great condition, needing little more than a block sanding to get them flat and smooth before the paint went on. The cowl tag says it had a vinyl top, but thats long gone, and it neatly disguises the fact that this really is a rather large car. All the chrome, including the grille and emblems, is in excellent condition, and even the bright SS454 rocker panel moldings show very little road rash. The green vinyl is a rare find with bucket seats and a console in a non-SS model. Its a big upgrade over the standard bench and perfectly suits the Monte Carlos luxury/performance mission. The interior is virtually new and the seats show very little wear and no damage, the carpets are so nice that I have to believe theyve been replaced at some point. The burled walnut dash appliques are upscale and the round gauges look sporty and are in good original condition with bright letters and pointers, and a set of auxiliary dials hang under the dash. The Grant wood-rimmed wheel looks fantastic in the upscale interior and its loaded with options like a tilt wheel, rear defroster, and power windows. The back seat has plenty of room for three across seating and the massive trunk is clean and tidy, complete with a new mat that looks right. Under that ultra-long hood a Matt Bishop built 454 cubic inch V8. Theres a big Holley on top of a Summit air gap intake manifold, a Comp Cams camshaft inside that really thumps, and a full Mallory HEI ignition system. Theres power on tap at any speed and it yanks the big coupe around like it weighs 800 pounds less than it does and sounds amazing doing it. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission shifts easily, giving the Monte Carlo its luxury car personality, but a quick jab of the throttle summons an authoritative downshift that makes this big luxury cruiser feel light on its feet and the sound of the recent dual exhaust system with an X-pipe is downright intimidating. Underneath, its a super clean southern car so there are no surprises, and the transmission cooler is neatly mounted to the floor. Rounding out the list of features are a set of giant 18-inch Legend wheels painted to match the SS stripes and fitted with 245/45/18 front and 295/45/18 rear performance radials. These are handsome, comfortable, and surprisingly fleet coupes that are gaining popularity as the mainstream muscle cars continue to appreciate. With lots of performance and a great look, this one is a great alternative. Call today!
Chevrolet celebrates 100 years of building pickup trucks as former chief engineer who helped Chevy trucks reaching this popularity celebrates turning 101.
This vehicle, when sold at the listed price, will include a guarantee and free shipping within the Continental United States.This truck is a beast of a build! It’s a 1970 Chevy C10 that has been customized from top to bottom. This is a high dollar frame-off restoration with less than 15K miles.· 383 stroker V-8 engine· TH400 automatic transmission· 2500 stall convertor· Ford 9” posi rear with 3.50 gear· Frame-off restored· Complete engine bay detail· Power steering· Power 4 wheel disc brakes· Ceramic coated headers· Be Cool aluminum radiator· Dual electric fans· Quick Fuel Slayer 750 carburetor· Spectre air filter system· Polished intake· Chrome alternator· Custom valve covers· Optima battery· Fuel pressure gauge· Electronic ignition· Gray interior in very nice condition· Matching door panels and headliner· Billet Specialties steering wheel and dash face pieces· Chrome tilt column· Billet handles and rearview mirror· Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with Jensen speakers· Sport-Comp tach· TCI Outlaw shifter· Separate switches for the dual electric fans· Air bag switches and gauges in the glove box· Heavy floor mats· Perfectly detailed inner bed with oak wood floor· Breath-taking exterior base/clear finish· Custom flames· Sanded and buffed to a mirror finish· Shaved doors with poppers· New grill, mirrors, headlights and taillights· New tinted glass· Chopped top· Painted bumpers· New 20” Ridler chrome wheels· 245/35ZR20 on the front· 305/50R20 on the back· Custom side exhaust ports· Detailed undercarriage· Tubbed· Under mount fuel cell· Air bag system· Dual exhaust from the headers out the side· Painted drive shaft· Less than 15K miles since completion There’s no doubt that a fortune was spent on this truck. Take a listen to the video and you’ll understand how it runs as good as it looks. This truck is a strong running crowd pleaser! For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
A wise man once said When buying a classic car you should buy the best one that you can afford. This little 1970 Nova is a lot of Nova for the money. It has been completely restored a few years ago and has enough miles on it that it is fully sorted out. It runs and drives beautifully. Its 1970 all over again. The body is laser straight, the paint is very nice, the Chrome is excellent and the trim is very good. The underside of the body and the suspension looks every bit as good as the topside and the engine compartment. The trunk is extremely clean and looks nearly new. According to the previous owner the engine was built to the LT1 spec as found in the Yenko Deuce Novas. The engine code indicates that is a 1971 engine. It has Aluminum Intake and 4-barrel carb. The engine compartment is done to original specs and looks like it just left the factory. The Muncie 4-speed makes smooth, positive shifts, and the engine pulls well in all gears. The exhaust system looks new, sounds good and has no leaks. The interior is all business and no nonsense. Black seats, black dash, black door panels and OE style black rubber mat throughout. Everything in the interior is in excellent condition. If you are looking for an exceptionally clean Nova with a 350 and a 4-speed this is your car. The butternut paint makes it stand out in a crowd. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
Take some time to check out all the custom details of this 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup. But dont linger too long, because with the amazing paint, custom A/C interior, and modern fuel-injected LS1 V8 under the hood, this truck will be hauling out soon. The first thing you notice about this pickup is the paint. The satin-finish blue is a great modern color that helps it instantly identify with its custom nature. For a superior paintjob to be on a pickup, the body needs to be as straight as this one, because imperfections from the professional respray have no place to hide. Its a rare find on vehicles that were intended as workhorses, and its proof there has be a real investment in this Chevy, right down to its fundamentals. But more than just the practical side, you love this machine because its a wild custom creation. The lime green pinstripe provides a bold dividing line for the satin black upper paint. And that part of the two-tone is so well coordinated, even the bed cover is part of the paint scheme. And speaking of the bed, that single-piece unit has such a cool presentation, but it still features Rhino Liner to be quite functional. And while we know those big B.A.D. 20-inch alloys on the lowered suspension really steal the show, dont forget to check out the details, too. Items like the billet grille, crystal clear blue dot headlights, and the LED taillights surrounded by custom pinstriping are all part of the little things that make people understand that this is a very custom pickup from every angle. Inside is a great mix of original elegance with plenty of upgrades for more modern style and comfort. The dash and doors have been painted the same great exterior blue, but now with some extra gloss and shine. You can instantly see that the bench seat has been upgraded for modern comfort with a cool ostrich inserts and modern bolster for all three sitting across. And when its just you going for a cruise, the middle seat has a built-in cup holder for added modern comfort. Speaking of comfort, this pickup has plenty of upgrades, including Lokar shifter, tilt wheel, and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/AUX input for the most modern music players. And ice-cold R134a air conditioning means always staying cool while looking cool in this C10. Youll slip behind the aftermarket steering wheel that provides much more chrome than the original, and the Chevy bow tie etched into the center is a great detail touch. Beyond that is a full set of Dakota Digital gauges. Not only do they signal to you theres something special under the hood, but also their cool blue glow is just another great reminder of how well this fully coordinated package is. More great harmonization happens under the hood where the whole engine bay matches the exterior blue right down to the custom covers on the engine. This makes for a complete custom build that youll love to show off. Best of all, in-between those smooth blue fender walls lies a Corvettes fuel-injected LS1 V8 heart. The 5.7-liter inhales deeply with a cold air induction, and it exhales with authority thanks to Hedman headers that feed the thundering dual exhaust. To handle all this power, a 4L60E four-speed transmission that provides a nice balance of sturdy construction and overdrive cruising. In fact, the whole package is a nice balance of show & go. Thats why you have great anytime features such as power steering, front disc brakes, and the comfortable trailing arm rear suspension that make these C10s so desirable. And this truck has a fully adjustable airbag system that allows you to go from a cushy ride on your way to the show to an attention-grabbing ground-hugger when parked. Here is your chance at a beautifully-built custom that will never be mistake for anything else. But the only problem with a one-of-a-kind is when its gone, there wont be another. So dont miss out, call today!
This car runs strong, looks good, and drives great. Smooth, classic lines run the length of the car, catch the light, and draw your eye. Romping on the gas will put a big grin on your face, and a smile on the face of anyone watching. Considered by many to be the best-looking muscle car of all time, the 1970 Chevelle has smooth, graceful curves that flow down the length of the car. The look will never go out of style. This car is presented in a classic combination of Red paint, black SS stripes and chrome. Up front there is a black SS grill flanked by four headlights and is underlined by a sharp looking chrome bumper. The cowl induction hood is held down by hood pins so the engine doesnt try to jump out, and makes for an intimidating view from the front or the side. There are bold SS stripes, which are always a good look on a muscle car, and it has a wicked stance that says it means business. There are SS 396 badges on the fenders and the chrome back bumper has a blacked out rub strip with SS emblems on it and there are big black wheels tucked up under the fenders to complete the picture. Open the door and you will find a nicely redone interior that is both good looking and comfortable. The Black door panel sets the tone with a smooth upper panel and pleated center with chrome piping along both the top and bottom and an SS emblem toward the front. The bucket seats look trick all in black with two stripes running up them that mimic the SS stripes on the body. A deep dish three spoke steering wheel sits in front of a super clean stock SS dashboard that looks brand new with the speedo in the center and the tach off to the left with engine gauges surrounding them. A head unit for the AM/FM/CD player sits where the original radio was and ventilation controls include an updated R134 air conditioning system. A white shift ball for the 4-speed manual transmission rises out of the center console just begging to be stirred around while crisp and clean carpets and headliner tie it all together. Pull the pins and pop the hood and you will find a very healthy 402 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine compartment. The cowl induction hood is functional and gathers up plenty of fresh cool air to feed the beast. A black air cleaner assembly directs the air to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold. Chrome valve covers add a splash of flash to the engine and red spark plug wires fired by an MSD ignition look good too. Belts and hoses are all new and a 6-blade fan helps keep things running cool. A 4-speed gearbox sends the power back to a 12-bolt rear end with an aluminum cover. The rear trailing arms are correct for an SS car and are boxed for extra strength to go with beefy sway bars front and rear help this car handle very well. Big vented disc brakes will haul this car to a stop in a hurry and the rubber meets the road through 275/35R20s in the back and 235/45R19s in the front mounted on those trick-looking black wheels. Good looking with plenty of power along with suspension and brake upgrades that make this a drivers car. Come on down and check it out. You might decide to make it yours and drive it on home.
The Chevelle 454 SS is one of the most popular muscle cars of all time for several obvious reasons. The styling is awesome, the engine is awesome, and the experience of driving one is awesome. So, when you finally decide that its time for you to own one, how do you decide which one to buy? Well, you might consider the color. This one is coated in its factory correct, Astro Blue, and its absolutely beautiful. Check it out. While the Blue base coat highlights the smooth lines of the car and the muscular curves of the rear fenders, Black SS stripes running up the cowl induction hood are a hint that this cars beauty is more than skin deep. That idea is further reinforced by the hood pins that try to make sure that the beast within doesnt try and jump out. Up front a black grill is trimmed in chrome with an SS badge in the center which is flanked by quad headlights. A sharp looking chrome bumper underlines everything up front and chrome dresses out the wheel wells too. There are SS 396 badges on the front fenders which might be a little misleading, but we wont tell if you dont tell. A Black vinyl roof compliments the stripes and another shiny chrome bumper out back holds an SS badge off to the right side in its black center panel. Open the door and you will find a neat and clean Black interior. The door panel sets the tone with a vertically pleated center section with a band of chrome across the bottom and double chrome piping outlining the top with an SS badge toward the front. Front bucket seats are upholstered in textured vinyl with smooth side bolsters and chrome framework supporting them. A leather wrapped steering wheel is mounted on a 4-spoke hub with an SS center button. The stock dashboard has a speedometer in the center with the tach on the left and a clock, fuel, and water temp gauges off to the right. An auxiliary oil pressure gauge is mounted below the dash under the radio for an added measure of safety. The center console holds a horseshoe shifter for the 3-speed automatic transmission and there is also has a nice little lockable storage compartment that doubles as an armrest. A roomy back seat is a nice place for your friends to join you on cruise nights or on a road trip. Pull the pins to raise the hood and you will find a nicely dressed out 454 cubic inch powerhouse nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A free flow air filter gathers up fresh air from that cowl induction hood for a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock manifold. Chrome dresses up the engine compartment on the valve covers as well as the alternator and power steering pump which also have billet mounts and pulleys. An HEI ignition system feeds the spark plugs through blue wires which are matched by blue quick release fasteners for the valve covers, and Aeroquip lines assure a steady flow of fuel to the carburetor with an in-line pressure gauge to keep tabs on the fuel pump. Hooker long tube headers get the spent gasses out to Flowmaster mufflers and give this car an awesome rumble. Sway bars both front and rear help the car handle well and power front disc brakes insure that you can haul this car back down from speed if you let the horses run. Awesome for all the obvious reasons and beautiful in its Astro Blue paint with Black and Chrome accents. Come on down and check out this sweet ride. It may be just the Chevelle you have been looking for.
How do you make one of the most popular muscle cars ever built stand out in a crowd? Well, the way they did it on this car is by choosing a killer color combination, then make sure the paint job makes you say wow and the interior makes you say holy cow ! Check it out. There are lots of Black cars on the road, but very few of them look this good. Black paint is very unforgiving. It shows flaws that even good paint professionals didnt think were there until they start buffing it out. It is obvious that a true professional took a lot of time and effort on this car to get all the panels perfectly prepped so that when the job was done the finish would be like glass and the light would reflect off of it in long smooth lines. Add a pair of White SS racing stripes running up the cowl induction hood and over the trunk with the same care and quality, and you are done with the paint. Then make sure the chrome bumpers both front and rear shine brightly, put SS badges on the nose of the blacked-out grill as well as on the front fenders and again at the back, and there will be little doubt that this is one special Chevelle. When you open the door, you will find an absolutely stunning Red interior. Like the body and paint, it has also received the care, attention and time of skilled professionals in order to separate it from the crowd. The door panel looks sharp with thin chrome piping edging a vertically pleated center panel. The steering wheel is a real attention grabber wrapped in Red leather. Its mounted on a tilt column and a 4-spoke hub with a bowtie center button, and a shift knob for the 4-speed manual transmission falls easily to hand. The black dash panel has been upgraded with Auto Meter Sport Comp II gauges with the speedo and tach directly in front of the driver while the oil pressure, water temp and volt meters are off to the right. Just below them there is a Pioneer head unit that is AM/FM/CD and iPod compatible for your listening pleasure. The seats have been nicely reupholstered and the red headliner and carpeting tie the look of this interior together nicely. Pull the pins to lift that cowl induction hood on this car and you will find a potent 383 stroker motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A chrome Edelbrock air filter assembly feeds lots of clean fresh air to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock intake manifold. Chevy Orange valve covers have the bowtie and Chevrolet lettering polished up and looking good. Pulleys and accessory mounts are cut from aluminum billet and an aluminum radiator with an electric fan assures that things will stay running cool, even under pressure. Long tube headers wind their way out the bottom and back through dual Flowmaster mufflers. This motor sounds fantastic! Power front disc brakes insure that you can haul this ride back down from speed if you decide to let the horses run and the rubber meets the road through 285/40ZR18s in the back and 245/40ZR18s in the front mounted on some awesome looking Boss alloy wheels. A killer color combination and first-class workmanship make this car a real stand out. Its just looking for a new owner who will keep it polished up and take it out to show it off every now and again. Would that be you? Come on down and check it out.
One of the nice things about building a tribute car is that you can have the appearance of the real deal for a fraction of the price. Tribute cars have been gaining popularity for years and this car is exactly the reason why. Check it out. Starting with a car that many consider to be the best-looking muscle car of all time is almost like getting an unfair head start. But this race was run clean and won through the hard work of dedicated craftsman and the commitment of the owner to build this beautiful car. It is presented in Desert Sand and you would be hard pressed to find any flaws in the paint. Its gorgeous! Bold black stripes run up the cowl induction hood held down by pins up front. The grill leads with an SS emblem and is surrounded by fresh chrome trim as well as underlined by a shiny new bumper. More chrome outlines the wheel wells and SS 396 badges appear on the front fenders. The back of the car is finished out nicely with the proper blacked out panel in the bumper sporting another SS badge along with Chevelle in script on the trunk lid and a couple chrome exhaust tips peeking out from under the bumper. The same high quality of work, fit and finish continues on Black interior of this car. The door panel is spotless with a pleated center section trimmed out in chrome piping and an SS badge at the front. The bucket seats have been freshly recovered with textured vinyl centers with smooth side bolsters. A black steering wheel with a polished three spoke hub and bowtie horn button on a tilt column with a Sun Super Tach II mounted to it. Just a flick of the wrist to the right is the Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual transmission rising from the center console. The dash board is so neat and clean that it looks factory new. A few nice upgrades include Autometer gauges to keep accurate track of oil pressure and water temp mounted to the A-pillar and a stereo head unit that is an FM/Cassette player as well as iPod compatible with a CD changer in the trunk. Pull the pins and pop the hood and you will find a freshly rebuilt 396 nestled down in a well detailed out engine bay. There is a black air filter housing with a Turbo-Jet 396 decal sitting on top of a Weber 4-barrel carburetor that feeds an Edelbrock Performer 2.0 intake manifold. Chrome valve covers add a splash of flash to the engine bay with the rest of the engine iron painted in the correct Chevrolet Orange. Fresh components throughout include new plugs, cap, and wires as well as and new alternator and all the belts and hoses. The air conditioning compressor as well as the lines have also been replaced to keep you cool on those hot summer days. The chassis received its share of love too with fresh components and bushings that help this car handle very well. Power front disc brakes insure that you can haul this car back down from speed if you decide to let the horses run and the rubber meets the road through 225/70R14 tires on black and polished rally wheels. A better than new tribute to the awesome SS 396 Chevelle. Come on down, check it out, and you are likely to decide that you just have to take this one home with you.
Turn up the heat with this big block brute, and look good while doing it in a white suit. All those black and red cars are nice, but this White and Black car wearing some chrome jewelry will attract attention like a guy walking into the room wearing a white suit. Check it out. Smooth muscular curves define the look of a 70 Chevelle. Black SS stripes run up the power bulge of the cowl induction hood with lettering on the side just to be sure everyone knows what it is. Hood pins try to contain the beast within and an SS badge on the grill adds to the intimidation factor. Chrome piping surrounds that black grill as well as the quad headlights and a simple, yet substantial bumper underlines everything. SS 454 appears on the fenders. At the back end of the car, SS appears in white on the blacked-out center of the rear bumper and oval exhaust tips peek out from underneath it. The Black vinyl roof is the perfect complement to the white and chrome of the rest of the car and gives it a classy look that is a little bit different than your average muscle car. Open the door and you will find a Black interior with splashes of chrome that is the perfect complement to the outside paint. The door panel itself has three sections divided by chrome piping. The upper is smooth with an SS emblem toward the front of it. Chrome piping separates it from a pleated center section and another slash of chrome separates it from the bottom. A black steering wheel is mounted on a 3-spoke, polished hub with a Chevy horn button in the center. The stock gauges sit directly in front of the driver with the speedo in the center while a trio of auxiliary gauges are mounted under the dash to keep accurate tabs on oil pressure, water temp and voltage. A horseshoe shifter for the automatic transmission rises from the center console with a little storage just behind it which sits between the nicely recovered bucket seats. Pull the pins to pop the hood and you will find a 454 cubic inch powerhouse nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It is topped by a chrome air filter assembly with crossed racing flags as well as a 454 and Turbo-Jet 375HP decals. That filtered air is fed through a Summit 4-barrel carburetor and then on to a Weiand intake manifold. Long tube headers get the spent gases out and headed downstream to dual Flowmaster mufflers and it all adds up to give this car a healthy rumble. A fresh master cylinder and brake booster put the binders on front disc brakes which should make you feel better, especially when you are trying to slow this ride down after letting the horses run. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear axle mounted on coil springs and located by trailing arms. The rubber meets the road through Firestone Wide Oval F70-14s mounted on Rally wheels. Come on down and check out this muscle car with class. Big block power, white suit style.
This 1970 Monte Carlo SS is a very special car on multiple levels. It was the first year the LS5 454 was offered by Chevrolet, and it was the most powerful one ever produced due to tightening emissions standards through the remainder of the 70s. Monte Carlos would of course go on to win countless races and become NASCAR legends. However, this first year car, before all the NASCAR fame, was sold in very limited numbers with only 3,823 produced. That makes this original and correct, numbers matching example, a very collectable car. Check it out. Possibly with a bit of foreshadowing, this Monte Carlo looks like a Stock Car with its wide stance, bulging fenders and minimal trim. It is presented in its factory original, code 48G, Forest Green with a Green vinyl roof. The body is all stock, nice and straight, with a good shine to the paint. A chrome grill leads the way with a with a Monte Carlo badge in the center which is underlined by a simple bumper. Chrome dresses out the wheel well openings and there is a bold band of it running along the rocker panel with a discreet SS 454 designation appearing near the front. The bulging fenders front and rear make the car look like its flexing its muscles, and the vinyl roof is a really good look on this car. The back of the car has vertical taillights with another simple and clean bumper. It has a couple oval exhaust tips peeking out from underneath it and another discreet SS badge under Monte Carlo in script just above it. Open the door and you will find a super sharp looking, neat and clean, Dark Green interior. The door panel sets the tone with a with thin chrome piping running along the top and bottom as well as outlining the armrest. Moving inside, a wood rimmed steering wheel is mounted on a three-spoke hub and tilt column. Behind it you will find a factory tachometer along with the speedo and engine gauges set into a wood toned dash panel. Off toward the right is a precious reminder of 1970 with the original 8-Track tape player still mounted in the dash. Ventilation controls include those for the A/C system to keep you cool on hot summer days. Between the vertically pleated front bucket seats is a center console, also trimmed in wood, with a horseshoe shifter for the automatic transmission. A tight headliner and clean carpeting protected by Monte Carlo SS floor mats complete the picture of this good looking interior. Open the hood and you will find that precious LS5, 454 cubic inch motor nestled down in a spotlessly neat and clean engine bay. It is a numbers matching engine with a decal on the air filter housing announcing it as a 454 Turbo-Jet 360 HP. The Rochester Quadrajet 4-barrel carburetor is also correct and feeds stock intake and heads. The factory A/C compressor is obvious sitting up top and just next to it is a rare feature that was an option on 1970 and 71 Monte Carlos, but standard equipment with the SS package, a reservoir for the Superlift rear shock absorbers. Also, part of the SS package is an F41 suspension with heavy-duty shocks and springs, additional frame stiffeners, boxed lower rear control arms, an upgraded front roll bar and a rear roll bar too. Power front disc brakes provide good stopping ability and the rubber meets the road through 225/70R15s mounted on steel wheels with polished trim rings. Rare, completely stock, and spotlessly clean with the most powerful 454 to ever be offered from the factory in a street car. If you appreciate originality, and would like to own a piece of Chevrolet high performance history, then come on down and check out this.
1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS. Autumn gold exterior with matching gold interior. This is a 350 HP 396 Super Sport,backed by a factory 4 speed, with plenty of power and with options like air conditioning, power steering and power brakes. This vehicle has recently gone through a complete rotisserie restoration, and is NICE!!
1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS454 clone, but with a rich history in paperwork and photos. Deep rich black paint with painted silver metallic stripes, black vinyl top and black SS interior with bench seat and column shift. 468 stroker motor with a 700r transmission. Coil over shock rear end set up, with drop spindle front. Polished American Torque Thrust wheels, wrapped with BF Goodrich TA radials, keep it rolling, while the air conditioning, power steering and power brakes make it a total pleasure to drive. This is one sweet ride!
1970 Chevrolet C10 Pick-Up. This slick black beauty was built and autographed by none other than Chip Foose. This is one super trick truck and features a red full leather interior with bucket seats. The full Alpine/ JL audio sound system fills the cab with hot tunes,while the Vintage air A/C Keeps things cool. A full compliment of billet accessories adorn the interior with more space created by moving the fuel tank, between the rear frame rails. Access to the fuel tank is gained through a special opening in the clear finished maple bed floor, with chrome plated strips. There is a fully polished 468 stroker motor under the hood, attached to an automatic floor shifted transmission. This thing is so sanitary that it looks like a surgical team assembled it. The list of changes and additions could go on forever but why wait for the ride!
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Good enough to eat, cranberry Red paint job,with a black interior, featuring bucket seat and a console. A 396 ci, 350 HP Big Block put power to the ground via an automatic transmission and a 12 bolt rear end. This is a highly optioned car with power steering, power brakes, air conditioning and factory in-dash tachometer. It rolls on 15 factory ralleys with BF Goodrich tires. 19k miles. This is one SOLID street Machine!
V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, air conditioning, performance upgrades, chrome accessories, headers, custom interior, Dakota Digital gauges, Grant steering wheel, power sunroof, tint, blacked out bumpers and trim, 22" aluminum wheels.
Here we have a 2 owner truck that is way nicer than it was on the showroom floor it has been rotissorie restored it has 383 stroker motor with a 400 transmission it has 2500 miles since restoration options are factory air power steering power brakes front disc power windows factory tack dash new goodyear tires on factory rally wheels and houndstooth interior
Documented Numbers Matching Chevelle SS LS6 454/450hp V8 M22 4 Speed 12 Bolt /// The recipient of a meticulous restoration, this fully documented Chevelle Super Sport features an original LS6 454 big block, an original Rock Crusher transmission and correct Fathom Blue over Black aesthetics. If youre in the market for an investment grade example of one of the best Chevrolets ever produced, here it is! Hailing from GMs storied, and still functional, Arlington manufacturing facility, this stunning LS6 Super Sport is the beneficiary of a high quality, frame-off restoration thats so nice it schools factory survivors. After professional metalwork, which resulted in a straight and solid profile, the cars panels were layered in correct Fathom Blue 2-stage, dashed with Classic White Rally Stripes and capped in correct Black vinyl. And today, this top dog Chevy rolls as a spectacular piece of iconic American muscle thats detailed to better-than-new standards. Although the second-generation Super Sports ferocious Turbo Jet V8 was conservatively rated at 450 horsepower, it actually punched the dyno somewhere north of 500. Behind that original big block, an original Muncie M22 Rock Crusher twists torque to a correct 12-bolt axle thats built around a posi-traction differential and stout, 4.10 gears. Holding that killer drivetrain off the ground is the factory heavy-duty F41 Sport Suspension, which centers a trusted Saginaw steering box between stiff springs, boxed control arms and sturdy sway bars. Requisite power front disc and rear drum brakes increase stopping and handling ability. And at the corners of the car, correct Super Sport wheels spin F70-14 Firestone Wide Oval tires around stainless trim rings and SS branded center caps. If youre looking for a pedigreed, investment grade classic, youre looking at your next car! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
Documented Frame Off Restored Chevelle SS 396/375hp L78 V8 4spd Build Sheet /// Listed in Auto Trader in the summer of 2004, this Chevelle had spent the first 34 years of its life in the hands of one South Carolina owner. The cars second and current owner, looking to recreate the magic of a Fathom Blue L78 coupe from his youth, decided to negotiate a deal. And by 2006, this Chevy had moved deeper in to South Carolina, been fully disassembled, and was married to a roster of NOS components that prepared it for a factory-spec rebirth. Eventually, largely-original, rust-free metal was coated in correct Forest Green 2-stage, which looks great between re-chromed bumpers, original stainless and correct Dark Green vinyl. And in 2014, the car officially debuted its body-off, nut-and-bolt restoration. Gaze in to the Satin Black engine bay and youll find 396 cubic inches of line-topping L78 big block. That correct mill spins an original Muncie M21 4-speed thats been verified by Chevrolet expert Jerry MacNeish. Behind that gearbox, a correct 12-bolt axle spins a correct posi-traction differential around correct, 3.55 gears. That hot drivetrain rides a powder-coated frame, which rolls on a tagged F41 Sport Suspension thats finished with correct power front disc and rear drum brakes. Turns are provided by a familiar Saginaw steering box. And at the corners, original Super Sport Wheels spin F70-14 Goodyear Polyglas meats. Supplied by Legendary Auto Interiors, this coupes Metallic Dark Green cockpit is splendidly crisp. Its correct combination of bench and bucket seats is firm to the touch. In front of those seats, a straight Super Sport dash frames optional Deluxe Telemetry. Below that dash, an original, re-chromed shifter tops a correct console. And in front of the driver, a factory steering wheel laps a color-keyed column. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for your chance to this fully documented L78 Chevelle!
A period-correct coupe with an original V8 that fires up easily and a cold A/C interior this 1970 Chevrolet Nova is for lovers of classics who want to drive their nostalgia anytime and anywhere in comfort. This Nova has benefited from subtle but significant investments. For example, its wearing a color close to its factory-correct Green Mist. But the high level of gloss and shine comes from utilizing modern clearcoat paint and a professional hand applying it. Plus, good body panels really bring out all those curves we love in these Novas, like the crisp creases in the front end, kick-up on the rear fenders, and fastback profile. Rivaling the paint for shine are the mirror-like chrome bumpers, so you can tell more was invested here recently. And since we know these Novas for packing plenty of power, this has all the right details like the louver trim hood, SS badging front & rear, and Mag-style SS wheels. Inside, the door panels, dash, carpeting, and headliner are all in excellent shape, and so they create a rich, dark atmosphere. Youll slip behind the Chevy dual-spoke SS steering wheel, which gives you an unobstructed view of the cool ultra-wide speedometer. This is a nice place to spend some time thanks to wood accents and all the right controls at your fingertips. The period-correct feeling even extends to the trunk where you have the correct jack and even a full-size Firestone Wide Oval tire (a performance must-have back in the day.) While this all looks like a great 1970s time capsule, there are very useful modern upgrades. The Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo lets you play modern tunes, and the air conditioning keeps riding cool while looking cool. Under the hood is exactly what you want to see if you love originality. Its the numbers-matching 307 cubic-inch V8. We really like how there has been some time taken to get all the dark component nice and glossy so that the orange on the block, valve covers, and intake contrast so nicely. And you also get the right hints of originality on places like the decal on the air topper. But most importantly, the way this one fires up so easily, you know there was time and money spent of this V8. And with the three-speed automatic transmission, you can comfortably enjoy period-correct cruising at its best. As you look in the undercarriage photos, you can see there was more invested in this coupe. Not only does it look nice and fresh, but also the newer stainless Flowmaster dual exhaust really gives the V8 a throaty sound. Complete with owners manual, this is V8 power and A/C comfort in a cool 70s Nova. So you get the best of vintage motoring when you take this one home. Call today!!!
This is the kind of truck to get excited about. This 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup has a cool look, plenty of extras, and oh yeah, a performance-built V8 thats supercharged AND has a nitrous oxide system. So this is putting some serious muscle on the street. While the motor already has you hooked, take a moment to look at all the other ways this truck impresses. The bright white paint and straight sheet metal are a great canvas for the custom bold red and black graphics running the full length of the truck and on the tailgate. Its even on top of the hard tonneau cover! And the details are nice, too, with upgraded headlights, side exhaust tips, blue-dot taillights, and all the bright work from the deep-dish Rally wheels to the billet grille. Inside are more great upgrades. It starts with cloth seating thats far more comfortable than what you got in the 70s. There are a set of plush buckets with an armrest/cup holder center console. And this folds up if you need to carry a third person in a pinch. Plus, theres an AM/FM/cassette stereo with digital tuner. But your real favorite upgrades are the ones that give you the extra tingle of performance. Upgrades like the Grant sports steering wheel on a chrome tilt column, and the full digital gauge trio form-fitted to the dash let you know theres something special under the hood. You already know theres plenty of power under the hood, but the builder made sure everyone was going to want to see it, too. Thats thanks to all that extra bright work in this very tidy setup. This V8 was built by Joey Brooks Racing, so it was made to handle the extra go-fast goodies. Most people would love to just hear about the Weber four-barrel carburetor, but really, its the Weiand supercharger thats like a big bright beacon calling others to take a look at this pickup. And when thats not enough for you, the nitrous bottle mounted in the covered truck bed can deliver that extra hit of power that will blow everyones doors off. Oh yeah, this is a full package estimated to produce over 500 horsepower! On the road, its your choice to keep this one mild or wild, because the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission is smooth and comfortable when you want it, and its stout enough to take on the supercharged power at a moments notice. Plus, you have power steering, power brakes, and the C10s sought-after trailing arm rear suspension. If you cant decide between the ultimate muscle machine and a great vintage truck, this supercharged Chevy gives you both. When something this unique is also quite obtainable, you know you have to act quickly to take it home. Call now!