Your the man, outstanding:hurray::beers::thumbsup:I'm not sure which '70 L78 you are referring to, but Team Chevelle member Nick Lewis of Florida owned a 1970 SS396 L78 coupe that was factory ordered in Hugger Orange with a stripe delete (it was a Cowl Induction car). At any rate, that car later was for sale in 2004 through a dealer in Milwaukee named Classic Auto at 414.964.3747. The salesman was Colin Comer.
How'd I do ?
He's still ACES-70 on here, his last time on here was March 22 this year.Well, according the what I had saved from the ad, the car was a 2-owner car prior to the dealer offering (brokering?) it, and it said it had originally been sold new in Santa Anna, California. I would guess that Nick Lewis would then have been the 2nd owner. Nick is in Florida and I have heard precious little from him lately. He is getting up there in years, but over the years he has owned quite a few of the ultimate Chevrolet musclecars. I think Don Lightfoot purchased his aluminum-headed blue 1969 SS396 post sedan from Nick back around 2000 / 2001.
I think Nick used to go by the handle "L89sedan" until he sold the car to Don. Now I think it is simply "Nick Lewis".
It was a 1970 Chevelle coupe, 4 speed, L-78, no tach, no temperature gauge, but has the idiot light.Which car? Lots of L78's around.
That's it! I couldn't remember his handle here. I'm glad to hear that Nick is still active.He's still ACES-70 on here, his last time on here was March 22 this year.
My friend talked to him on the phone yesterday.
My friend that has the car talked to Nick on Saturday on the phone and he said he couldn't remember the dealer he bought it from. Sure would be nice to track it down to the original owner.Nick is still here in Ga unless he just recently moved ,he was or is in Dawsonville Ga .
It was a 1970 Chevelle coupe, 4 speed, L-78, no tach, no temperature gauge, but has the idiot light.
L-78, Hugger orange, stripe delete, cowl induction.