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Garage This Rare 1970 Chevy Chevelle Coupe

By Steven Symes Dec 02, 2019
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By Steven Symes Dec 02, 2019
It’s the only one of its kind in existence.

With the holiday spirit in the air, now’s a great time to grab that fantasy vehicle you’ve always wanted. This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Coupe is surely on a lot of people’s lists. After all, it’s what most picture when they think of an American muscle car. Available to purchase through Russo and Steele, this vehicle is a shining star in the company’s inventory.  

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When purchasing a classic car, it’s great to find something with plenty of documentation, ensuring you know what you’re getting. The dealer’s invoice, sales order, build sheet, and other items included with this Chevelle confirm it’s one of only one built to these specs. After all, it has a numbers-matching 454ci Big Block V8 with a massive 450-horsepower on tap, plus a numbers-matching Muncie M22 “rock crusher” 4-speed manual transmission. That alone makes this Chevy worth lusting after.

The exterior features Hugger Orange paint, which could only be had through a factory special order, adding to the rarity of this car. Adding to the unique look of this ride is the fact it was ordered without the popular stripes or the cowl induction hood. Adding to the appeal are hood pins and nice chrome from bumper to bumper.

You’ll find the black interior looks essentially perfect, including the vinyl upholstery. A bench seat and Hurst shifter are nice factory options. Also included is power steering and front power disc brakes. Two aftermarket items have been added: Vintage Air a/c and a new radio.

If this Chevrolet Chevelle looks a little familiar, there’s a possible reason. It appeared in the book 2018 Definitive Chevelle SS Guide 1964-1972. Considering there isn’t another like it, this ride really sticks out in people’s minds. You get all the service records for this vehicle from 1970 to 1976 as well as the restoration receipts, so you know exactly what was done and when. This is a unique opportunity to get an original classic American vehicle.

Whether you are looking to sell a classic, sports, muscle, or one-of-a-kind collector automobile Russo and Steele’s consignment process has been streamlined specifically for your ease. Once you have made the decision to sell your classic car, a Russo and Steele Consignment Specialist will take over from there and work with you every step of the way. You start the consignment process by simply filling out the pre-consignment form online, so a specialist can contact you and has some background on your specific car.


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