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The Chevrolet Chevelle is one of the most iconic muscle cars around.
Chevrolet introduced the Chevelle in 1963 as a 1964 model. Though quite large by today's standards, it was classified as a midsize car. What wasn't midsize was the level of passion garnered from the very beginning, a passion that has continued for decades.
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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 that shifts smoothly with the manual valve body as the car was built to shift like a manual with no clutch pedal. 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!
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