This vehicle is a meticulous original from the original title, bill of sale and owner's manual to the original steel body. This vehicle has only had one previous owner. The body is all original steel with no bondo and has recently been painted "Dark Fathom Blue" which is a Chevy color for 1970. The body boasts all new chrome and stainless trim, window felts and seals throughout to include hood to cowl seals and under hood insulation. You can get a crystal clear vision of the memories you just made through the new G.M. mirrors. Both front and rear bumpers have been replaced with new pieces. The trunk houses the original spare tire and jack and has been painted. Under the hood resting between the two new inner fenderwells you will find the heart and soul of this beauty. An original 350 with all of the correct components and quadrajet carburetor. Power is supplied via a new battery. The vehicle is equipped with factory air and power brakes and steering. The motor breathes through a set of factory dual exhaust pipes. All of the power is transferred through the rebuilt 350 transmission and 12 bolt posi traction rear end and comfortably put to the pavement with new G.M. vehicle and year specific shocks and newer tires. Slowing the vehicle down so we can take a look at the interior is a new set of front ceramic brakes. Once inside you will find that the interior is in beautiful shape with new headliner, carpet, seat upholstery and steering wheel. The factory AM-FM radio is in place and works but a new Sony unit has been added under the dash with new 6x9 speakers mounted in the new rear package tray to upgrade the ambiance since C.D's were not yet invented in 1970. A factory floor shifter and console are all that sits between you and that special someone.
This vehicle has many more newer parts and features and much time has been spent selecting and purchasing the correct parts. The vehicle was professionally appraised by Alston automotive in 2013 at $20-$21,000.00.