Glen S’s 1970 Chevelle

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Glen S’s 1970 Chevelle

Glen purchased this 1970 Chevelle from a retired car guy in Ontario, Canada and had it shipped back to his home in Newfoundland.

“It’s been the car of my dreams for a while and it’s an added bonus that the car runs like a dream as well!”

– Glen S.

The Chevelle that Glen ended up with is a 1970 Chevelle LS5 454 with an automatic transmission. The car is painted in GM Cranberry Red (RPO 75) with painted black stripes, a stunning combination. Glen’s 1970 Chevelle also features a working cowl induction hood thanks to Ground Up SS396.com parts!

Awesome story Glen and what a beautiful ride you have here! Enjoy it!! -Team Ground Up 

Ground Up Parts Featured In This Build

1970-1972 Chevelle Cowl Induction Outer Door Kit

Part #: ACX-970

$116.71

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1970-1972 Chevelle Cowl Induction Hood Screen

Part #: ACC-7116

$29.95

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1968-1972 Chevelle Front Inner Fenderwell Kit Steel

Part #: RIF-68KIT

$197.98

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1968-1972 Chevelle Coupe Inner Rear Wheelhouse Left Side

Part #: RWH-29IL

$75.95

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