It's not just the distinctive factory-correct paint, cool stock interior, and the big block V8 under the hood that makes this California-sold 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 so desirable. What truly sets this one apart is the fact that after everyone is finished looking at the stunning details, you can amaze them again with the good paperwork and the numbers-matching L34 V8.
A factory Mist Green car is for someone who loves distinction. There's nothing wrong with a Chevelle in red or .....
black, but this really stands out among those. That's especially true because the factory-correct paint has been given a professional respray where the modern clearcoat delivers a nice luster. This added shine really highlights the straight bodywork with sharp creases and uniform gaps. Plus, there's plenty more of the premium feeling everywhere from the bright chrome bumpers to the distinct green vinyl roof. You have all the best SS details, like the early production cowl induction hood, hood pins, badging, and mag-style Super Sport wheels. And of course, special attention was paid to getting those iconic dual stripes painted on straight and correct.
The dark green vinyl roof was also a preview of what's inside, and in a sea of black interiors, this coupe's dark green is an instant attention-getter. This is the factory-correct color, and the whole presentation appears quite stock and well-maintained. All the right factory pieces are still in place, right down to working AM/FM radio with 8-track player. Round gauges, bench seats, deluxe seat belts, and even the spare in the trunk look original! Plus, this is a factory air conditioning car (will need servicing before blowing ideally cold again.)
The engine bay has the kind of honest look where plenty will assume originality before you get a chance to brag that this is the numbers-matching L34 big block. In fact, it's not just the motor that has the correct look of originality. This car was built the 5th week of January in Arlington, Texas but sold in Turlock, California at Turlock Chevrolet. Which means it is factory-equip with NA-9 emissions and even has the correct carburetor for this state regulation. You have the right pieces, like the stout #'s matching TH400 three-speed automatic transmission and 12-bolt rear end. You'll even spot in the undercarriage photos the SS boxed trailing arms and rear sway bar. Brand new Wide Oval tires from Coker are a great way to have the classic look while maintaining good traction. Plus, there's power steering and power brakes with front discs.
The sale come with the important original warranty card, title documentation, and maintenance records. So if you're a Chevelle lover, or just appreciate true muscle car royalty, this is an opportunity you don't want to slip away. Call now!