It had a nice stereo system in it. Eventually you couldn't hear it unless the motor was shut off though. It actually had working AC too but a real 13-1 compression ratio meant you couldn't use it in traffic.
The '70 was my fav with the twin headlights and rectangular tail lights. The extra length in '70 added a couple hundred pounds to the Chevelle.
The A-body with polyurethane bushings all around with radial tries rode and handled very nice too. Aftermarket offered custom control arms. It was a nice cruiser before the drag conversions and I had a lot of fun on the expressways with it.
Remember the old bias ply tires? I broke the beads off the rims on the rear tires of my hopped up '68 428CJ 4 speed Mustang taking my then future brother-in-law for a ride. Good thing it happened hitting second gear. Cars is what put the wife and I together. Went to see some parts her brother was selling and that was it.