The art of the barn find is one that definitely is exciting! There’s nothing like rolling up on an unknown find and the potential for there to really be something special. Even if it’s not in the best condition, coming across a car that’s incredibly rare or in some way close to your heart can be intriguing. The unknown really makes these experiences special for the person behind them and when you finally do find out what the big surprise is, it gets even better. In this case, we check out a truly classic car that any car nut should be able to appreciate.
Behind the barn, this time, we ride along with “Patrick G. Nichols Chevelle Supercars & Supersports” to find a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS that, as a southern car, has a body that’s in great shape! Without much rust and lots of parts that are still in-tact, this thing is a truly special find as it saw the road for just a decade before the tags died in 1980 and it has been left to sit, just waiting for someone to come across the piece that has been sitting in the arid conditions, and keeping itself in stellar condition to be brought back to life one year when someone with the mechanical inclination is able to haul it from its slumber.
Follow along in the video below as we’re able to trace the lines that make this Chevelle SS something incredibly special. All of the factory options line up to make this piece of machinery something that’s worth taking the time to look over. When you stumble upon a car like this that’s true to its heritage and spills out history thanks to all of the factory options that are still in place, you really get a sense of appreciation for the top notch find. Be sure to look it over for yourself and tell us what you think of this rolling artwork.