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A mean black look with big block power to back it up makes this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 427 Tribute instantly attractive. But as you dig deeper, you'll see the exceptional upgrades like the six-speed manual transmission, sports suspension, and awesome color combo that make this one an absolutely irresistible total package.
<br><br> Dark, slick, and imposing, the paint sets the tone for the whole car. There has been an investment in a quality finish here that gives you both a piano-like luster and a darkly intimidating style. After all, the right car can be both premium and aggressive. You understand that when you see the US Mags wheels have a bright shine to go with the chrome bumpers. And they also have a 17/18-inch front/rear sporty stance. And while the upgraded SS stripes are always a nice addition, they look particularly attractive in this distinctive red hue. Plus, the cowl induction hood, hood pins, blackout grille, blackout rear panel, and wide exhaust tips make for a proper Super Sport upgrade.
<br><br> For the same reason we like the look of the red stripes on the outside, we also love the full red interior. Fundamentals like the upholstery, headliner, and carpeting have a fresh look. You'll even appreciate the little classic details, like the working dome light and bright trim in the seatbacks. If you're looking to cruise this classic there is an auto sound AM/FM stereo with aux input and Bluetooth for modern music. Of course, the pieces you'll love the most are what make this a great driver. This includes the grippy steering wheel and a full Classic Instruments gauge package with speedo and tach. And have you counted the gears for the Hurst shifter yet?
<br><br> The 427 motor was a magic displacement for Chevrolet's muscle, but the only Chevelles that got it were the ultra-rare COPO cars. This pays tribute to that with the 427 big block under the hood. It's even properly built for power with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. It's also supported by the right pieces, like cast Chevrolet valve covers, electric fans, and a newer wiring harness. It fires up readily and makes a sweet sound from the Flowmaster mufflers. You get enhanced control over this big block and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the upgrade to a Tremec six-speed manual transmission. It's also upgraded to be a stout driver with a 12-bolt rear end, boxed steel rear arms, Gabriel HiJacker adjustable shocks, and modern ZR-rated tires. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front discs, and you can understand exactly why we say this one is a great all-around driver.
<br><br> This is the SS tribute with a COPO level of muscle car fun. So if you love a cool Chevelle with both power and distinction, call today!