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Big Block Chevrolet Chevelle Is the Custom Car You Can Take Home

If you’re rich and willing to spend nearly $100,000 on a custom Chevelle, the model that we have here is definitely worth checking it.
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The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS comes with a pretty impressive upgrade package, and the core of everything is nothing else than a big block 540ci (8.8-liter) engine developing 715 horsepower.

Needless to say, the engine isn’t alone in this custom story, so it comes alongside a Tremec Magnum 6-speed transmission, a McCloud twin-disc clutch, a Pro Systems Holley carburetor, and Lemons Pro Touring headers with a stainless exhaust system.

The Chevelle comes equipped with 18-inch gloss black Rushforth wheels and obviously features a series of upgrades inside as well, including Procar front seats and custom seat covers.

And judging from all the photos that are available with this Chevelle, and which you can also check out yourselves by browsing the gallery above, the interior is in a pretty good condition, with many parts still likely to be original. On the other hand, it looks like the car has also received a new stereo system, and there’s a chance some modern features are available, such as Bluetooth to connect your phone wirelessly.

The custom package itself is massive, and you can find all details on the eBay page where North Shore Classics, the garage that’s now selling the vehicle, explains that $94,950 would be a fair price for everything you get on the Chevelle. As a side note, the seller describes the paint quality and body as “show quality,” and all the photos here are living proof in this regard.

The car is available right now for anyone who’s willing to pay this price, and the garage says financing is also on the table. Whoever buys it also needs to take care of shipping, albeit given its tip-top shape, this Chevelle can very well be driven home as well no matter where you live.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 
 
 
 
 

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