1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6 Rare Rotisserie Nut & Bolt Resto Build Sheet

Price: - Item location: San Clemente, California, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Chevelle
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: SS 454 LS6 Rare Rotisserie Nut & Bolt Resto Build
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 625
  • VIN: 136370K154677
  • Color: Cortez Silver
  • Engine size: LS6 454
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Front Power Disc Brakes
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Tilt Steering Column, Factory Gauge Set, Electric Clock, AM/FM Radio, Bucket Seats w/Seat Belts, Center Console, Factory Tinted Glass, Rear Window Defogger, Super Sport Option Package, Functional Cowl Induction Hood
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6 Rare Rotisserie Nut & Bolt Resto Build

1970 Chevelle SS 454 LS6

2-Door Sport Coupe

Rotisserie/Nut & Bolt Restoration

(527 Miles Since)

VIN #136370K154677

#1 Condition


Trans & Rear-end Original

Period Correct Restamped Motor with Orig Engine Pad Stamping

(Period Correct Casting Numbers)

Completely Rebuilt Original LS6 450hp

Cortez Silver

(Code 14)

Black Vinyl Interior

(Code 755)

Build Sheet

Options Include

Super Sport Option Package

Functional Cowl Induction Hood w/Hood Pins

Numbers Match 454cid 450hp LS6

Front Power Disc Brakes

Power Steering

M-22 Muncie 4-Speed Transmission

HD Battery

Delco AM/FM Radio

Tilt Steering Column

Center Console w/Hurst Shifter

Factory 7K RPM Tachometer

120 MPH Speedometer

Factory Gauge Set

Aux Oil Pressure Gauge

Electric Clock

Bucket Seats w/ Seat Belts

Center Console

Driver’s Remote Side Mirror

Rear Window Defog

Tinted Glass (All)

14” Rally Wheels w/SS Centers and Trim Rings

Goodyear Polyglass F70-14 Tires

Dual Exhaust w/Flowmaster Mufflers & Chrome Tips

12 Bolt Rear-End w/3.73:1 Positraction Gears

(Originally 4.11 Gears)

F41 Heavy-Duty Suspension

Front & Rear Anti Sway Bars

Roof Drip Moldings and Wheel Well Moldings

Black Vinyl Top

Black SS Body Stripes


Holley 3987479 4-Barrel Carburetor

Chrome Air Cleaner & Valve Covers

Correct Cylinder Heads

Correct Exhaust Manifolds

Sub-Frame & Suspension Meticulously Restored

including correct factory markings


VIN: 136370K154677

1 = Chevrolet 3 = Chevelle 6 = 8-Cylinder

37 = 2-Door Coupe 0 = 1970 K = Kansas Leeds Plant


ST 70 13667 KAN560964 BDY

TR 755 14 14 PNT

01C 03311 L

First Line: 1970 Chevelle Coupe w/V8

Kansas Leeds Plant

Second Line: (755) Black Vinyl Interior

14 Cortez Silver Paint

Third Line: (01C) January 3rd Week of 1970

(L) Denotes SS Car for Kansas Built


Block Casting: 3963512

Casting Date: L 1 9 (Dec 1st, 1969)

Head Casting: 3964291

Head Casting Date: K 3 9 (3rd week Nov, 1969)

Engine Pad Front of Block: T1217CRV 10K154677

T1217 (Towanda Dec 17)

CRV (454-450 HP with 4-Spd)

10K (1-Chevrolet Div, 0 for 1970, K for Kansas Leeds Plant)

154677 (VIN Number)

Left & Right Head Casting #s 3964291

Left Exhaust Manifold: 3909879 dated L-5-9 Dec 5 1969

Right Exhaust Manifold: 3916178 dated L-10-9 Dec 10 1969

Intake Manifold: 3963569


Main Case Casting: 3925661

Tail Shaft Casting: 3857584

Trans is Stamped: P0S21C

P=Muncie, 0=70 S=Nov, 21st C=M22 Rock Crusher


Right Front Axle Housing reads CRV1208B1

Originally equiped with 4.10 posi, now 3.73 posi,

12=Dec 08=Day

Carburetor Date: 982 2nd Week of August 1969

Order #AGO323 Witte Chevrolet, Blue Island, IL

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1970 was the pinnacle of the American muscle car movement. Too much performance just wasn’t enough, and user friendliness was exchanged for a healthy combination of style, attitude and danger. Just take a look at this Chevelle Super Sport, a car that wraps muscular styling around serious big block horsepower and the kind of hardware that’s become the stuff of legend. With its ample and inexpensive parts supply, ease of ownership and classic, all-American appeal, this real-deal semi-matching numbered LS6 represents the top dog muscle car that every octane-fueled gear-head wants to park in their garage.

This is an absolutely gorgeous nut and bolt rotisserie restoration of the Legendary LS-6, the result of which is a #1 Condition vehicle of the highest caliber. This Cortez Silver on Black 1970 SS 454 is Iconic and All American; wrapped into one bold package.

The owner is the consummate car guy and when he puts his stamp of approval on a classic, you can be sure it is nothing but the highest quality example. His attention to detail is all over this superbly built motoring gem from the classic era of muscle car mania. It has been sorted to perfection and will drive, handle and ride with the best of the best restorations.

This Chevelle was restored from 2007-2008. It was purchased by the current owner in 2008 with 200 miles and has spent everyday of its life since indoors here in a Southern California heated and air conditioned building. Less than 600 miles have been clocked since the full restoration and is as fresh as the day it was finished.

I am helping sell this vehicle for a long-time associate and friend. You will actually be acquiring the car from him should you choose to buy it. The car has a clear California Title in his name.

Just as a matter of reference the last twenty-five years of my life have been based around restoring and collecting classic cars. I have been a Concour Judge at various venues around Southern CA. I have been a Judge for NCRS and PCA for many years. I strongly believe in Southern CA Classic Cars as the nicest examples on the Planet. This is one of those cars.


As with any high caliber classic, this Chevy’s paint and bodywork is first-rate throughout. The car has been inspected by the best in the car hobby and everyone agrees all body panels are original to the car. That paint highlights a roster of steel which, when combined with its clean frame, documents a history of no rust or damage. That steel’s reboot is extremely well done, featuring finish work that’s befitting an ultra-rare concour quality show queen. And naturally, everything was carefully color-sanded and buffed to a mirror-like shine.
The entire car was fully disassembled and placed on a rotisserie for the work, so every single nook and crevice was faithfully prepped and finished to better-than-new.
This beauty is show car ready.
Chrome, including the bumpers, hood pins, and badges, are all spectacular with no issues. The rear bumper features correct SS inserts, and the parking light and taillight lenses look fresh. Both original bumpers were triple plated and look outstanding. The exceptional original tinted glass side windows are in place. The front window was replaced during the restoration. The exhaust tips are NOS GM.
The car and frame were fully walnut blasted, everything was painted according to factory standards including new markings as were applied at the factory for that period fresh Concour look.

Inside, you’ll find one spectacular interior. The black looks just right against the Cortez Silver paint. This is, of course, an original bucket seat car, and the interior has been fully restored to stock specifications. The seat-covers and foam are new, as are the door panels, and the dash pad has been replaced. Running down the center of it all is a full-length console with GM’s great-looking Muncie 4-Speed Shifter. New black carpets match the beautifully fitted black vinyl top. And in the trunk, spatter finish paint is protected by a correct trunk mat and spare tire.
One of the things that strikes me with this interior is the quality of the new materials. The newer, cheaper Chinese materials are not present in this build. Everything really has the look and feel or original. If it wasn’t so unworn I would have possibly mistaken it for a completely original survivor interior. The colors and feel of the materials are dead on with how they were presented back in the day.

The engine is a restamped correct block LS6 454 with 450 horsepower that is stamped to the numbers that would have come on the original factory installed motor. This may in fact be the factory installed motor, but we have no way of proving because it was decked when rebuilt and redone. Details are accurate throughout, from the hoses and clamps to the freshly plated master cylinder and power brake booster. Chrome valve covers were part of the RPO Z25 package, and combined with the bright Chevy Orange engine block and heads, the motor itself really pops inside this engine bay, which looks like it would have just off the showroom floor in 1970. Better, in fact.
Other details, colors, and markings are authentic, too. And in case you’re wondering, yes, it runs even better than it looks. Twist the key and it fires to life with a rumbling idle that tells you this is no ordinary grocery-getter Malibu, and this LS6 seems to have endless reserves of torque out on the open road.

A correct cowl induction air cleaner feeds the beast, while original style cast iron exhaust manifolds dump into a dual exhaust system. All big block SS Chevelles received chrome-plated valve covers, and the details on this one are correct: correct plating on things like the alternator and brake master cylinder, as well as a brand new wiring harness.

This particular LS6 is backed by a durable M22 Rockcrusher 4-Speed transmission. Out back, a familiar Chevy 12-bolt rear packing 3.73 gears and a Posi unit transmits the power to the pavement. Note: the original rear-end was 4.11 gearing, but was changed during the restoration. The rest of the chassis is just as accurate, with satin black floors that show no signs of rust or previous damage. An authentic dual exhaust system has been installed, correct down to the chrome tips under the rear bumper, and you’ll be delighted to see reproduction markings throughout the chassis.

Better than new also extends to the chassis, with its body-colored floors and highly detailed components. The power disc brake system has been fully rebuilt, there’s a new gas tank out back, and all the suspension bushings and shock absorbers are new. Correct 14-inch SS Wheels wear F70-14 Goodyear Polyglas bias plys that look exactly right in the Chevelle’s big wheel wells. This Big Block rides and handles just as it would have when it was new.

In today’s world of collector cars, it’s important to be careful with what you’re buying. The true investment-grade cars are those with proof that they are what they appear to be, and the best cars to own are those that have been correctly and authentically restored. This Chevelle is all that, being a real LS6 wearing its factory-issued colors, and carefully restored to near perfection. The original Tank Sticker pictures are attached.

Oh, and it’s also beautifully finished and detailed to a level that will compete for trophies at any show venue.

Overall, this glossy Silver Chevy is the total package. With a king-of-the-mountain big block and legendary Muncie 4-speed, it was and still remains an excellent example of ‘bragging rights’ muscle. If you’re ready for some first class firepower in your automotive arsenal, don’t miss the chance to take home this spectacular Chevelle Super Sport! Handsome, fast, and nicely finished, this Chevelle is exactly the kind of car we all wish we could own, and here’s your chance.
If you are in Southern California, feel free to call and arrange for an appointment to see the car. It is currently stored in a facility in the Local South Orange County Area.

Further questions may be referred to Frank at 949-310-6262. The owner’s phone number is available for those that wish to speak directly to him.


The car is for sale locally and we reserve the right to cancel this auction at any time before the end of the auction. We do not have a Buy It Now Price listed.

The car will be made available for inspection by serious bidders throughout the auction. Please e-mail us if you would like to see the car. If you prefer, we can arrange to have a qualified, independent, professional mechanic perform a pre-purchase inspection for you (at your expense). It is the buyers responsibility to verifythat all of the sellers information and claims about the car are true and correct prior to the sale of the vehicle. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL NOT ACCEPT PAYPAL AS A FORM OF PAYMENT. THIS IS TRUE FOR BOTH THE INITIAL DEPOSIT AS WELL AS THE FINAL PAYMENT.
Winning bidder must contact us within 24 hours of auction end, and make arrangements for payment at that time. A $1000.00deposit is due within 48 hours of end of auction. The deposit can be made by cash (please do not mail cash!), bank check, cashier's check, or bank transfer (preferred). The remainder is due within 7d days of Auction end. The remaining balance must be made in the form of a bank transfer (preferred) Cashier'scheck, or bank check (all forms of payment subject to verification). PayPal will not be accepted as a form of payment for either the deposit or the final payment. If no contact is made within 24 hours we reserve the right to re-list the vehicle, sell it to the next high bidder, or sell it otherwise. Please arrange financing prior to bidding. Once the final balance has been paid, title transfer paperwork will be initiated.
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