Champion Oil Announces 1970 SS396 Chevelle Giveaway - Engine Builder Magazine

Champion Oil Announces 1970 SS396 Chevelle Giveaway

For years, fans have asked Dream Giveaway to give away a classic Chevrolet that epitomizes the heydey of the muscle-car era and brings back great memories of what many believe is the most revered production year in muscle-car history. To answer those many requests, a fully restored 1970 SS396 Chevelle is being given away by Dream Giveaway.

For years, fans have asked Dream Giveaway to give away a classic Chevrolet that epitomizes the heydey of the muscle-car era and brings back great memories of what many believe is the most revered production year in muscle-car history. To answer those many requests, a fully restored 1970 SS396 Chevelle is being given away by Dream Giveaway.

Will you be the lucky winner of the brand-new Chevelle Dream Giveaway? Enter with this exclusive introductory offer and DOUBLE YOUR CHANCES TO WIN, compliments of Champion Oil.

In cooperation with Original Parts Group Incorporated, this Chevelle SS396 sport coupe truly looks like a time machine from 1970. From its ocean-deep black exterior paint with expertly applied white hood and decklid stripes to its perfectly restored engine bay, a bucket-seat interior that still smells brand new, the brilliant sparkle of the round bezels of the instrument panel and the spot-on sound of a solid door thud, this Chevelle Super Sport is a tire-smoking time capsule ready to roll off a new-car showroom, circa summer 1970.

For more info: www.winthechevelle.com

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