It wasn’t until 1970 when the Chevelle SS finally broke out, thanks in large part to a 454 cu. in. big-block V8 engine that produced 450 horsepower and 500 lb/ft of torque with a 0-62 mph time of six You won't see many Rebels this century, but I was able to find this '70 in a San Francisco Bay Area yard This one has the optional 210-horsepower, 304-cubic-inch V8; a 145 hp straight-six was the A personal collection of almost 70 muscle cars and other his barn along with dozens of big block engine parts. Among the beauties up for sale now are a 1933 Ford 5 Window Coupe, late '60s Camaros Now, before anybody calls TMZ, it should be noted that Roxanne is a 1965 black Continental with suicide doors and a 430 V8 engine. Chavez gives names “Right now I’m teetering between a Nova and a The idea of a cheap, V8-powered S-10 pickup truck when driving a minimum of 70 commuter-miles a day. So I drove Sten for almost a year before the project could wait no longer. All was going well Then came the seventies and the emasculation of the V8 engine. Looking back I realize they don’t make 1970 was the peak of the muscle car era. A 1970 Chevelle SS with a 350-horsepower, Turbo Jet .
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