1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS 454 LS6 The newly redesigned 1970 Chevelle with its rugged body-on-frame construction and 112-inch wheelbase was the perfect platform for the LS6. Numbers matching and accompanied by its original build sheet, this LS6 powered 1970 Chevelle SS Coupe was built at the Lakewood/Atlanta GM plant. It is equipped with the most desirable factory options and features including the ZL2 special Cowl Induction hood, F41 special performance suspension, G80 Positraction rear end with deep 4.10:1 axle ratio, power front disc brakes, D55 floor console, floor shifter, F70X14 white letter tires and heavy duty battery. Desirable amenities include a glove-compartment lamp, U63 push button radio and U76 windshield antenna. More recently this Chevelle was given a painstaking rotisserie restoration with the body refinished in its factory-specified red hue using PPG lacquer. This Chevelle earned the coveted Chevy VetteFest Gold Spinner Award with a score of 991 out of 1,000 possible points. Original documentation, impressive options and proven show performance afford this LS6 at the top of its class. Reportedly the restoration cost was over $200,000.00 and purchase includes receipts for the professional work performed. 3 BEST OF THE BEST - ICONIC GM MUSCLE CARS 1969 PONTIAC GTO – JUDGE This ‘69 Pontiac is a matching numbers 400 cubic inch engine and 4 speed transmission car. It is a Concours restoration and was a Concours Gold winner at the 2013 Pontiac Nationals. The former Texas car has its original upholstery, original sheet metal and bumpers. Options include factory air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power locks, power windows, Ram Air, rear back seat belt shoulder harnesses, red line tires, AM/FM radio, 8 track player and space saver spare. This is one of the nicest GTO – Judges in existence. The title work verifies that the 68,294 mileage is actual.
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