One of the most popular muscle cars convertibles

  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Chevelle
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: SS (clone) Convertible
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 139236
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 396 big block 350 HP
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: TH400 automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: white pearl
  • Options: Cassette Player, Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Location: Summit, New Jersey, United States



Fantastic opportunity to own one of the most popular and rare muscle cars: the Chevelle / Malibu

Owned for 20 yrs. by non-smoker, mainly tinkered with, rarely driven. Have enjoyed owning the car, it runs but needs some work, so ready to pass it on to next owner.

Non numbers matching car.

Recently inspected and road tested by mechanic

Clean title


·No accidents

·Straight frame

·Solid floors/trunk

·Power brakes, steering, transmission all work; no leaks (recently inspected & road tested)

·Last paint job 1990s (previous owner) – good, but with some wear from age

·Dime-sized rust spot on rear passenger corner


·Big Block Engine (396/402 CID 350HP with TH400 automatic transmission)

·SS hood with air induction “flapper” intake

·SS Gauge package

·Racing stripe paint job

·Badging and SS decals


·Power steering

·Power Brakes, discs in front

·Factory Air Conditioning (rare in a convertible)

·Front bench seat

·10 bolt rear


What I’ve done to the car over the last 20 years:

·a new white top, new top hydraulics

·upgraded the interior (was red, now pearl white, correct for the year)

·put in correct SS gauges and dash (1970 GM, not reproduction)

·All electric windows. Replaced cranks with correct original regulators and switches. Plus upgraded with custom hidden “all windows down button” for when you drop/raise the top.

·new Edilbrock performer series 750 carburetor and intake (still have the original carb & intake)

·new wiring harnesses throughout the car (originals had 40 years of re-wiring, a mess)

·new mufflers

·new springs & shocks

·“new” original style cassette radio, did not put in the speakers, no cuts in the dash or doors

·New battery (last month)

·new 15” corvette style rally wheels & tires (still have the original Chevelle 14” rallies, 3 ok, 1 rusted)


·I am selling this car because a few years ago it started running rough, my mechanic found it had low compression in one cylinder. The engine is a big block from 1970/1971 but is not numbers matching. I have enjoyed my time with this car. It is time for me to move on to another project.

·The next owner can decide whether they want to fix the engine (yes, it runs) or sell it and buy one that's newer, more powerful, & fuel injected. It’s up to you.

·Recent mechanic inspection and road test found:

oGas gauge – sensors in tank needs repair (I always just filled it when I went out)

oWindshield wipers are not working: this is recent, could be a bad connection

oFlapper hood operational but not connected

oHeater/AC system should be charged

o7yr. old tires, no wear but tires should be replaced after 5 yrs (good excuse to buy the wheels you like)

·The paint job: the clear coat is worn, wax her and from 10 feet away she is beautiful. As you get close you see a little chip from a gravel strike on the hood, a small ding in the passenger's door, and imperfections/wear on the paint from age on each panel. The only rust I know about is a spot or 2 smaller than a dime on the rear passenger’s corner of the car. It has not changed since I bought it. The pictures show all of this. I can send more.

·Mileage: the engine has been replaced, the gauges are replacements, this is not an original mileage car. I have driven it less than 100 miles in 20 years. The title lists it as around 138,000 miles.


·Comes with box of miscellaneous new/original parts not installed (yet)

·Chevelle service/restoration library: books, service manuals, & diagrams.

·Convertible top boot (cover for the top when it's down)

·Custom car storage cover

·I have receipts, even documentation and photos from the previous owner’s insurance appraisal declaring it was insured as an LS5.


This car is a classic, more popular now than when I bought it. 1970 is the most popular year of all the Chevelles, 64’ through 72’. Convertibles are even more rare and valuable. It is in very good shape; she just needs some love from the right new owner.

If you have any questions; Ask me! My cell is 908 499 8570.

Good Luck and Happy Bidding!


This car is being sold AS IS/Where Is: No Warranty written or implied.

It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied themselves as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgement solely. I will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale.

Please have all financing completed and cash in hand before you bid.Please bid on this auction only if you are serious about owning this car. All non-paying high bidders will be reported to eBay, and negative feedback will be posted.


The winning bidder must make contact within 24 hours of the auction end, to start payment arrangements. A $750.00 non-refundable deposit is due within 72 hours (from auction end). This deposit will be applied to the purchase amount. Balance of full payment is due within 5 business days.

If no contact is made within 24 hours, I reserve the right to re-list the vehicle, sell it to the next high bidder, or to another buyer, local or otherwise. I reserve the right to end the auction early due to local or outside bidders.

Payment methods: bank wire transfer, bank certified check or cash in person. All sales are final. All taxes, state and DMV fees are the buyer’s responsibility.

Signed bill of sale, and cleared payment in full, will be needed before the vehicle is released.

Shipping is the buyer’s responsibility. But I will be happy to work with you and your shipping company.

Good Luck!