1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6
EXTENSIVE Nut & Bolt Rotisserie Restoration - less than 250 miles logged
Rare Special Order Paint Code " -
" in Monaco / Hugger Orange
454/450HP LS6 Engine - Block Casting # 3963512, Block Date Code 1-19-9 (September 19th, 1969) // Cylinder Heads Casting #s 3964291, Date Codes 1-11-9 & 1-12-9 (September, 69)
TH400 3-Speed Automatic Transmission
12-Bolt Posi-Traction Differential - 3.31 Ratio - CRW1017B2
Power Front Disc Brakes
ZL2 Cowl Induction "Flapper" Hood
14-Inch Super Sport Wheels & Goodyear Polyglas F-70 Tires with matching Spare Tire/Wheel
Black Vinyl Top
Bucket Seating & Center Console
Dual Exhaust w Correct Tips
Correct Smog Pump Assembly Intact
Garrett Classics is proud to showcase this very beautiful 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454 LS6 Coupe. This car was purchased by our friend from the original owner and treated to a nut & bolt rotisserie restoration in 2008. This car is powered by its #'s matching 454/450HP LS6 engine and showcases stunning special order "Hugger Orange" paint. We hope you enjoy our extensive presentation of this beautiful Chevelle SS.
Our seller purchased the Chevelle from it's original owner in 2005. It was sold as an original LS6 matching numbers. At the time, it had beeen painted Black Cherry and was in much need of a good restoration. Our friend bought the car for a good price and got it home to start the project. The first thing he discovered were many areas that had been what looked to be Hugger Orange. Seeing the trim tag and it's - instead of a paint code, he knew it was a special order paint. He decided to bring it back to Hugger Orange. The single - represents a solid color, but he chose to do the vinyl top.
Under the hood is the powerful 454/450 LS6 Big Block V8. The code on the block does show to be T1016CRR. The engine stamping number's are shown above. The original trim identification plate is intact, note the special "-" for a paint code, indicating special order paint, Hugger Orange in this case. The smog equipment is in place. This is a highly detailed engine compartment with correct components throughout, down to the Winter's casted aluminum intake & LS6 cylinder heads. One cast 1/11/69 the other 1/12/69.
Open the doors to 1970. The seats in the car are original. They are showing their age a bit, but are original. The seller found 2 Chevelle seats and had them completely restored to perfect. He spent $3000. on the 2 and they will go with the car. The top of the dash is original with no cracks, but the front gauge cluster area was replaced and the owner has the original as well.
The interior is in excellent condition. All gauges are functional. Check out the factory bucket seating & center console along with the correct High RPM redline tachometer. The trunk is clean and detailed. In his restoration, our seller used nothing but original or NOS parts. He searched for a long time to find every correct part for this beautiful car.
Since the original owner of the car had no real documentation, such as a build sheet or Protecto Plate, our seller could only go by what he had in front of him.
What you see here is the result of over $100,000. spent in the restoration of a beautiful true 1970 SS Chevelle that we believe is a real 454 LS6.
Our seller has a notarized letter from the owner that the car was a true LS6, but not knowing the gentleman at all, he tried to contact Holtz Motors in Wisconsin where the car was purchased and there was no one there that was around in 1969 nor could they pull up records from that far back.
This is your opportunity to own an exceptional 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport 454 LS6 in outstanding restored condition. This car is a pleasure to drive, rebuilt inside and out.