We know that some of you don’t get our love for station wagons. Your opinion is wrong and we respect that. For those of you that to get our love for all things long-roofed, we think that you will really dig on this 1970 Chevelle Concours wagon. The car is a factor LS5 powered unit which means 360 stock hp. The engine has been played with as we can see tube headers on it and we’re not sure if it has a cam, compression, head work, etc. The guy selling the car claims that it is pretty rare and we don’t doubt that. The Chevy-philes out there will tell us if you could actually order a 1970 Chevelle wagon as an SS model or if those badges were added later on in the car’s life but aside from all that factory correct stuff, this is a really nice car. The interior is just about perfect, the wood looks like it was just laid on yesterday, and the trim is sweet as well. Overall, this would be a really fun family cruiser.
We have to admit that we’d probably like the car a smidge more without the rally stripes and adding some body colored steel wheels with poverty caps would be a move in the sleeper direction that we’d approve of. The luggage rack is cool as all get out and we’d have no problem driving this car as it sits but we have to have something to nit pick on, right? What would you change?
Hit the link below to read the ad and see if you can make heads or tails about what this car actually was when new. We decipher it as a factory LS5 wagon, but maybe we’re missing something…
CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS AND THEN HIT THE LINK BELOW FOR THE EBAY AD –