1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #R256
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  • Documented with 2 original build sheets and title search
  • Extensive restoration by Gary Thurlow that was inspected by Chris White for correctness of restoration
  • According to Jeff Dotterer, this was the first LS6 Chevelle Convertible to be Diamond Certified
  • Original matching numbers LS6 454/450 HP engine
  • Original M22 Rock Crusher 4-speed transmission
  • Original 3.31 Positraction rear end
  • Power steering and front disc brakes
  • Delco AM radio
  • 5-spoke SS wheels
  • Firestone Wide Oval tires
  • Featured in Muscle Car Enthusiast magazine & "Chevelle 1964-72 Muscle Car Color History" by Mike Mueller
  • Very rare and unusual option configuration : no buckets, console, cowl induction or D88 stripes
  • Rare dual snorkel air cleaner equipped on non-cowl induction cars
  • Fathom Blue with Blue interior and white soft top
  • Sold new at Hult Chevrolet in Madison, WI
  • Harold Burns purchased the car in 1973 from Pat Adair Motors in Peoria, IL as a graduation present for his daughter
  • The Burns family owned the car until 1989 when it was purchased by Volo Auto Museum
  • Sold to Joe Lukason in 1992, who kept the car until 2003
  • Part of the John Oehler Collection from 2004 until 2007
  • Part of Dana Mecum's Chevelle Collection from 2007-2009
  • Part of a private collection since 2009