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Bet you thought we forgot about you Super Stock guys, didn’t you? No tribute to Chevrolet’s finest would be complete without Ray Allen and George Supinski’s 1970 454 Chevelle LS6 convertible prepared by Piscataway, New Jersey’s Ralph Trupi and Tommy Kling. This blue and white beauty was reputedly one of only 17 1970 Chevelle SS 454 LS6 convertibles known to have been built. This awesome car won NHRA’s Division 1 “NED” Super Stock Championship, Indy, the NHRA Super Nationals, and ultimately 1971 NHRA Super Stock World Championships. For a car that originally was sold by sponsor Brigg’s Chevrolet at a cost of $1,500, the Chevelle (now fully restored) sold at the 2009 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, for a whopping $1,150,000. Holy guacamole!