1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Convertible
Why This Car Is Special
We have a super nice restored 1970 Chevrolet SS 396 Convertible here at Skyway Classics with what we believe to be the original #3999290 casting number 396 cubic inch big block engine, Turbo-Hydamatic automatic transmission, and black convertible top.
It is not often that you will find a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 with those options and a black bucket seat interior that has a lot of originality too and looks as it did when it was new.
Chevelle’s are immensely popular cars and none are so much highly sought after as the 1970 SS model packing that big block engine.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396
#3999290 casting number 396 cubic inch big block engine
Turbo-Hydamatic automatic transmission
Engine block, heads, and intake painted in Chevrolet Racing Orange
4-barrel performance carb
Power disc brakes
Exhaust headers flowing back to the dual exhaust
Factory open air element Cowl Induction air cleaner with chrome lid and 396 decal
Engine bay is highly detailed as is the chassis
Black bucket seat with headrest and matching rear seat interior
Factory dash housing with round gauge package that includes 120 MPH speedometer
Tri-spoke SS steering wheel
Matching black carpet, door panels, and rear seat
Black floor mats
Chevelle is finished in Red paint
Cowl induction hood with the black SS stripes & hood pins
Blacked-out SS grille
Power Black Convertible Top
BF Goodrich Radial TA raised white letter tires
Factory 5-spoke SS wheels
Under the hood of this 1970 Chevelle SS is a #3999290 casting number 396 cubic inch big block engine and Turbo-Hydamatic automatic transmission.
It has the engine block, heads, and intake painted in Chevrolet Racing Orange with a 4-barrel performance carb, power disc brakes, exhaust headers flowing back to the dual exhaust, factory open air element Cowl Induction air cleaner with chrome lid and 396 decal, and power steering.
The engine bay is highly detailed as is the chassis with the dual exhaust running out under the rear bumper thru chrome tips on each side and add in and the good grip of wide BF Goodrich Radial TA raised white letter tires mounted on the factory 5-spoke SS wheels, and you get this big block which is a true driver’s machine.
The restored black bucket seats with headrest and matching rear seat interior looks as new and everything looks correct and just like it came from the factory back in 1970.
It has the pushbutton radio in the great black factory dash housing the round gauge package that includes the 120 MPH speedometer, chrome automatic in the factory center console, tri-spoke steering wheel, matching black carpet, door panels, and rear seat, and black floor mats.
The result is a Chevelle SS that feels like a time piece as it is in excellent condition top to bottom.
Our Chevelle is finished in great red paint flowing over the cowl induction hood with the black SS stripes and hood pins, slick panels, blacked-out grille, bulging fenders, and the black power convertible top.
The chrome bumpers, wheel arch trim, Chevelle and SS 454 badging really look great and draw people to the car at shows or even gas stations, and even the chassis looks good too.
The 1970 Chevrolet SS 396 Convertible here at Skyway Classics with what we believe to be the original #3999290 casting number 396 cubic inch big block engine, Turbo-Hydamatic automatic transmission, and black convertible top is a fantastic find of a fantastic Chevrolet legend, the 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396.
It just doesn’t get any better than this. Call now or you will miss out on this beautifully Chevelle.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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