The Chevelle power teams are shown on this page of the 1970 Chevelle sales brochure. The line-up reads, 155-hp Turbo-Thrift 250. A heftier standard Six for 1970. Performs beautifully on regular fuel. Seven-main-bearing crankshaft. 200-hp Turbo-Fire 307 V8. The standard V8, but you'd never know it by the way it moves out. Valve-in-head design. Hydraulic valve lifters. Regular fuel does it. 250-hp Turbo-Fire 350 V8. A great performer that does its work on regular fuel. 300-hp Turbo-Fire 350 V8. Four-barrel carburetor, high compression ration and high performance. Premium fuel. 330-hp Turbo-Jet 400 V8. Big-inch go, available on order. 350-hp Turbo-Jet 396 V8. New basic engine for SS 396 models. 'Nuff said? 360-hp Turbo-Jet 454 V8. The engine that gives the SS 454 its name. And its go. The four transmission options are a 3-speed fully synchronized manual, 4-speed fully synchronized manual, Powerglide automatic, and Turbo-Hydro-matic automatic.
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