Built by world famous Spectre Racing to handle both road course and
drag racing duties, no holds bared, no expense spared. We have an
appraisal from 2008 for $180,000+
Starting with a no hit, no rust 1970 El Camino, Spectre Racing first lowered the engine down in the chassis and moved it back 8" making for close to 50/50 weight distribution. Next they installed a rowdy 427 cu inch V9 LS7 engine, brand new from Chevrolet, this motor puts out 650hp and almost the same torque! add a Tremec 6 speed some tubular, modern suspension (Global West) and did I forget to add Baer 6 piston calipers with vented rotors, OMG!
For a complete list of features and equipment please call or email, the list is too long to write up here. Also to see the car in action, go to YouTube and search Spectre Racing El Camino, it is worth looking at!
Dad and daughter turned car-based truck into a gem
This 1959 El Camino has traveled 10,000 trouble-free miles.
The full-sized, Chevrolet El Camino was first launched as a new model in 1959 in response to Ford’s full-sized Ranchero model (launched in 1957).
Mustang fans can customize, share and even wear their personalized ponies
Garlits will cackle Swamp Rat III at Laguna Seca’s Spring Classic, Morton is grand marshal at the Mitty
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