1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 Convertible Turquoise
I dare you to stare this Chevrolet in the face and remain unimpressed. This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 Convertible Turquoise Powered by a naturally aspirated 7.4-liter V8, developing 450 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque, this classic beast looks stylish and menacing at the same time.
Documented with the build sheet, there are only 18 of these out there, with this one having been put through a ground-up restoration. So, if you miss the Holley 4-barrel carburetor, dual exhaust and all-around incredible vibe that only a true muscle car can deliver, then this is the car for you. Did I mention that I was an SS fan myself? The Chevrolet, not the special German police.
This exceptional 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 convertible is rare in every sense, being that it’s one of just 18 convertibles known to exist. Packing a 4-speed manual transmission, this Chevelle came with stripe and cowl-induction delete, making it one of the rarest LS6s on the planet.
High performance was not the only refinement to the Chevelle formula for 1970. Various sporty touches, such as the horizontally split and black front grille, SS badging and more were really appreciated. The code-34 Medium Turquoise Metallic paint is a treat, complemented by a white top and the stunning interior – vinyl, with optional Strato Bucket seats, pushbutton AM radio and an all-American vibe.
Performance was also part of this offering, with the F41 suspension group packing heavy-duty coil springs, front and rear anti-sway bars, and box welded rear lower control arms. Power front disc brakes and power steering allow for better handling, while the 14×7-inch Super Sport wheels wrapped around in Goodyear rubber finishing everything off.