1970 Chevelle LS6 454 [baddest muscle car on the planet]

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  • Steve Nelson 8 years ago

    very sweet…

  • Herman Nelson 8 years ago

    1 bad ass car

  • Ray Steindl 8 years ago

    One of the very best of all muscle cars!

  • Bonnie Padilla 8 years ago

    Super Nice!

  • Barry Brown 8 years ago

    Very nice car,mine is just like it, bench seat white int.LS6 M22 muncie 12 blt. 4:10 numbers match 2 build sheets protecto plate… LOVE THE 70S

  • Mark Chapman 8 years ago

    I am a” PROUD” owner of the Classic Nation with my 68 Chevy Che.velle that I have owned since 1984 first car I’ve ever owned and still have it today.I am on my 2nd try at restoring it and this time I did it right I put new floors all new bushings body, upper and lower a-arms new gas tank all new weather stripping in process of replacing all the glass that is the hard part because my model they didn’t make very many.I have pictures on my page of it and I did the trunk like the bed of a Chevy and Ford bed with the wood strips and metal.

  • Randy Barrick 8 years ago

    This is actually my car. It is a true numbers matching SS 454 with the build sheet. How the car is in the photo matches the build sheet. It is not an LS6, it is an LS5.

  • John Fullington 8 years ago

    My thoughts too…until I did a little research…the cowl induction hood was a option even with a LS6

  • Donald Martell 8 years ago

    One damn sweet looking machine. Wish I could afford one today.

  • William David Jones 8 years ago

    I really love Chevelles, I’ve had alot of em but now I’m over 50 and disabaled due to a assault I have none.NOW I deal in used bicycles.I will get a chevelle again soon I hope.

  • Thomas Gonzalez 8 years ago

    one day I will own one of these cars and when I do I’m going to baby the hell out of it.

  • Darrell Smith 8 years ago

    The only way to be sure is to see the factory build sheet. Almost every part isavailable through OPGI, NPD, Tamrazand several other firms.

  • Ron Ford 8 years ago

    Its not a GTX, but its nice.

  • Scott Straley 8 years ago

    nice chevelle

  • Darrell Smith 8 years ago

    Nice car. SS Chevelles were available in lots of different colors but the dominant color these days is definately red. Our car isn’t an SS but our Malibu still look great with a power bulge hood, white paint with black stripes, black interior and a black vinyl top.

  • Darrell Smith 8 years ago

    SS cars were available with a wide range of options. Bench or bucket seats. Vinyl tops were an option too. Two different auto transmissions, 350 & 400 turbohydromatics or a 4 speed. Even the signature cowl induction hood was an option. All SS cars 1966 to 1970 did come with only a big block engine, 396 or larger. There were some small block SS cars in 71 or 72.

  • Don Van Dine 8 years ago

    @ Gary, yes this was the “SS”, the one ya drooled just to get. And yes it had a vinyl. This was a very sweet car and rode excellent as well.

  • Wayne Justice 8 years ago

    I’m pretty sure that all ls6 super sports had cowl induction hoods

  • Ray Davis 8 years ago

    Uncle has a 70 ss convertable.

  • Bill Siegler 8 years ago

    BAD A** Mother F*****.

  • James Peterson 8 years ago

    look at this its nice.

  • Gary Damron 8 years ago

    I didn’t think they made a SS with a vinyl top? wish they would show the dash board to see if its a true SS.

  • Raymond Fisher 8 years ago

    Fuckn 454 hell yea

  • Penny Snyder Schreck 8 years ago

    LOVE IT!