1964 El Camino True Console 4 speed car. The previous owner purchased this car from the legendary Gary Hooker who purchased it new. Vehicle interior is nearly stock and redone but the exterior and undercarriage have gone through an amazing build. She sports the Brendan Murray Built bored out to 468 Motor with the 671 blower from the blower shop. Brodex heads with stellite valves, headers, custom exhaust and so much more. Just to build this engine would easily be $14,000 or more and it has not gone into just any El Camino, but a beautiful true 4-speed bucket seat El Camino. The vehicle has the M20 transmission with a true Posi rear end, Joe Hunt Racing Distributor, and much more tasteful modifications. The vehicle has 4 wheel disc brakes, airbags in the front and air shocks in the rear. Interior has been completely redone and feels great to drive. We have not had a dyno test done but it should be just around 700 plus horsepower. Call us now @ 408-610-1000 for more information.
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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).
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