This Fully-Restored 350HP V8 Chevy Chevelle SS Could Be Yours

Aug 12, 2019

Category: Rides

Once a dime a dozen, classic examples of pony cars are much fewer and further between nowadays — especially those in cherry condition. But every so often, we stumble upon a jaw-dropping one that tempts us to pull out the checkbook. This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport by Classic Car Studio is one such vehicle.

Fully-restored to its former glory — meaning both the mechanical specs and even the factory colorway are spot-on — this American Muscle car is a spectacular example that’s just begging to peel out into the sunset. It’s powered by the original L34, which is good for 350 horsepower and 415 foot-pounds of torque, alongside an M40 Turbo 400 Hydramatic transmission. It even still has its original positraction differential. Of course, it’s Cranberry Red paint job pairs perfectly with its matching, newly-upholstered interior, making for one head-turning ride. Better still, it has a fully-documented ownership history and under 50,000 miles on the odometer. If you’re a fan of all-American pony cars, you can get behind the wheel of this brilliant example for $79,900.

Purchase: $79,900

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