“This is as close as you can get to going back in time and owning a brand-new 1970 SS454 Chevelle.”— Encyclopedia of Muscle Cars author Jim Campisano
Chevrolet created a muscle-car legend in 1970—the big-block Chevelle SS454 LS6. It was the ultimate street machine for the start of a decade that would see the demise of the original muscle-car era. Today, the 1970 Chevelle SS454 LS6 is the last true testament to the days when the phrase, “There’s no replacement for displacement,” was the solemn rule of the street.
Low-mile Chevelle SS454 LS6 muscle cars no longer roam the towns and cities of America. Fully restored examples are snatched up from Barrett Jackson and Mecum auctions as quickly as they become available. Finding a documented, low-mile Chevelle SS454 LS6 is next to impossible but not for you when you enter to win one in the Chevelle Dream Giveaway.
When Dream Giveaway received top-secret information about a very special 1970 Chevelle SS454 LS6, which a private collector had tucked away, we quickly sent our trained team out to inspect it. One look and we knew we had the perfect Chevelle for muscle-car fans just like you.
From its numbers-matching LS6 engine delivering 450 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque to its precise-shifting M22 four-speed transmission; an old-school, show-quality Desert Sand exterior paint to an extremely rare original, never-restored interior; and even the spot-on sound of a solid door thud, this low-mile, concours-restored Chevrolet Chevelle SS454 is a tire-smoking time machine ready to roll off of a new-car showroom, circa 1970.
Now you can enter to win this Barrett-Jackson quality muscle car by making a donation to charity. Plus we pay $20,000 for the taxes.
Imagine walking into your local Chevrolet dealership just months after the first American walked on the moon. You’ve read all the car magazines and now you’re ready to order the ultimate Chevelle Super Sport. You already know that the new 454ci big-block comes in multiple varieties and you want the granddaddy of them all — the fire breathing, 450 horsepower LS6. You’ve read that it comes with two transmission options, but those in the know go for the new “Rock Crusher” M22 close-ratio manual four-speed transmission. Grandma might have 2.73 gears in her grocery getter, but you go all in, nothing but a 4.10:1 rear end will get your heart racing.
That’s the sensational story of this grand-prize Chevelle Super Sport, which was special ordered at Gordia Chevrolet in March 1970 and has racked up a very frugal 44,000 original miles over the past 50 years.
Now that you know this amazing muscle-car’s history, get ready to bring it home when you make a generous donation to help veterans, children and people in need.
This grand-prize Chevelle Super Sport is genuine. It is not a tribute, a clone or a fake. During its concours restoration, two original factory-assembly broadcast sheets were discovered and held for safekeeping. They provide indisputable evidence that this Chevelle Super Sport is a numbers-matching muscle car, which left the factory with the powerful LS6 engine option, an M22 close-ratio four-speed and a 4.10-ratio Positraction rear end.
Automotive experts hail the 1970 Chevelle SS454 LS6 as a holy grail in the collector-car hobby. No wonder. The combination of the Chevelle’s classic styling, a powerful LS6 engine, a close-ratio manual four-speed and a Positraction rear end created a muscle-car legend.
This grand-prize Chevelle Super Sport was a special-ordered vehicle, which includes the following factory options.
• LS6 V-8 454ci 4-barrel engine
• M22 Close-ratio four-speed transmission
• GW8 4.10-ratio axle
• ZL2 Cowl induction hood
• D88 - Hood and deck stripes
• F41 - Special Performance suspension
• G80 - Positraction Axle
• J50/J52 Power Disc Front Brakes
When you enter to win the Chevelle Dream Giveaway, you’ll be in the running for this time capsule, concours-restored 1970 SS454 Chevelle LS6 Sport Coupe. Plus, we’ll pay $20,000 toward the taxes.