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1970 Chevelle SS 454


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This is a ProShop pre-painted kit with mixing and matching of parts from my other Chevelles. Overall it turned out pretty well. I picked the Cragar S/S wheels because they look good on Chevys. I went with a red interior just to spice it up. The engine is a 454 Big Block with ignition wires added. Except for the side marker lights, no BMF was used. Just a touch of Molotow chrome here and there.

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Looks very good! Those pre-painted stripes look much better than any '70 Chevelle decals I've ever seen, including the set I spent most of a day carefully modifying and applying. Well done and model on! B)

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1 hour ago, Snake45 said:

Looks very good! Those pre-painted stripes look much better than any '70 Chevelle decals I've ever seen, including the set I spent most of a day carefully modifying and applying. Well done and model on! B)

They are nice. The original plan was to have custom RED SS stripes laid over them. I got them from Keith Marks but the ends were different and I didn't want to repaint the body so I am saving them for a future project.

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10 hours ago, Slick Shifter said:

Nice work detailing the instrument panel.

I'm thinkin' both the valve covers might be 180° off but other than that, it looks real nice!

You could very well be right. I didn't pay that close of attention.

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10 hours ago, Slick Shifter said:

It's easy to remember for future reference that: oil fill caps and PCV holes, etc are always located on the high side of valve covers to minimize oil leakage.

Makes sense. Thanks

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