1959 Chevy EL CAMINO Resto-Mod Victory red and camel beige exterior (Milk Shake). Upholstery: Siren Ultra Leather, Red and Cream. Body prepared by Bedi-Strip then primed with epoxy primer. Powder coated frame and components Re-chromed California bumpers front and back. Fuel injected LS3 480 HP Crate engine Crate transmission - Griffin aluminum radiator with combo fan and shroud. Heavy duty special cast aluminum center support bearing on drive shaft. Power steering, E-Level by Accuiar air ride suspension. One touch up on touch down also has one touch way up for curbs etc. Budnik wheels - Michelin tires P245-50 ZR18 rear with P235-50 ZR18 front. Custom stainless-steel gas tank with in-tank fuel pump by Rock Valley - Powder coated 12 Bolt Posi rear end by DTS 3:55 ratio. Magnaflow stainless-steel exhaust. Custom upper control arms with additional caster built in. 4 Wheel disc brakes with Hydro-Boost system and all stainless brake lines Silicone brake fluid. Vintage air Special signal seeking radio after market. LED lights, Auto meter gauges Power windows - Tilt chrome steering column from Flaming River. All new or restored stainless-steel and or chrome. All new Glass, Budnik steering wheel to coordinate with wheels. Outstanding fit and finish, everything is new or restored. Ready for showing or smooth and cool cruisen. 5395 miles since total rotisserie restoration.
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