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Classic vintage Chevelle nubmers matching small block SS Super Sport clone tribu

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute

Vehicle Data

  • Condition:
    Used
  • Item location:
    Local pick-up only
  • Make:
    Chevrolet
  • Model:
    Chevelle
  • SubModel:
    SS Tribute
  • Type:
    Coupe
  • Trim:
    SS Tribute
  • Year:
    1970
  • Mileage:
    67775
  • VIN:
    136370R230126
  • Color:
    White
  • Engine size:
    350 V8
  • Fuel:
    Gasoline
  • Transmission:
    Manual
  • Interior color:
    Black
  • Vehicle Title:
    Clear

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Description

This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute has been given some nice investments in muscle car style and substance (including original V8 power and upgraded four-on-the-floor.) The result is the iconic hardtop you love with a nice Super Sport attitude and an affordable price.
The 1970 Chevelle hardtop is already a legend in muscle car circles, so it's always in-demand. This coupe did not start out life as a Super Sport model, and instead, someone spent a lot of time and money getting the big picture right to create this aggressive package. Code 10, Classic White, is a great factory-correct color to have on a Chevelle, especially when you want a noticeable contrast for those racing stripes painted on top. And this is a detail-oriented package. You see that everywhere from the upgraded cowl hood, to the blacked-out SS rear panel. Even the brightwork has the right shine of a good investment. And upgrades like the big dual exhaust tips and the large 20-inch American Racing polished alloys really add to the speedy style.
While black is the factory-correct interior color, you can also instantly see there has been a solid investment here to get it feeling fresh. The seat covers, door panels, carpeting, and dash pad all have the look of well-done newer pieces. So this makes for a nice hardtop where you can roll down all the windows and go for a fun drive. Plus, they made some nice upgrades for a driver-oriented setup, including a Hurst floor shifter and a Summit tach w/shift light mounted centrally on the steering column.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. It has a nice look with the bold block and shining valve covers. Plus, there are some nice upgrades like a twin sidedraft air intake and an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. This is a strong-running motor, and you get to take full advantage of it with the four-speed manual transmission. This feels great out on the road, especially with nice features like power steering and the upgrade to grippy ZR-rated tires provided by the modern wheel setup.
It's great to know that a classic this distinct and desirable can also be affordable. This is the year Chevelle to have we all want, so don't miss your chance. Call today!!!
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