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WELL, I GUESS THIS IS WHAT'S LEFT OF A '69 CAMARO
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I spotted the 70 Chevelle while driving home from a swap meet the other day.
The body is in nice shape - no rot evident, but the car is obviously in need of TLC.
I knocked at the door and, sure enough, the car is NOT for sale. - Rainer
Here is one that belongs to a friend of mine who restores Chevelles. I posted about it on Team Chevelle,
but thought I'd share it here also. It was sitting outside before he got it, and its still outside.
He says he'll get around to it one day, while it continues to deteriorate. Probably one of the rarest
70 Chevelles made. Its a 300 Series Chevelle (not a Malibu or SS) special-ordered with LS3 402 big-block,
M20 4-speed, posi, special Monaco Orange paint, stripes, tach & gauges - all according to the build sheet,
which I've seen. Since its a 300 series, it came from the factory with a rubber mat (no carpeting),
no drip rail or body moldings, and no emblems on the fenders  - Rainer