1967 CHEVROLET EL CAMINO for sale. Motorcar Classics is proud to present this professionally-built 1967 Chevrolet El Camino featured in Marina Blue with black interior. This Resto-mod truck has a nut amp; bolt restoration and it is well-sorted and a delight to drive. There is a huge file of receipts documenting everything in the truck, but the highlights include: 327 CI V8 built by PCHS Racing Engines with MSD Atomic EFI and ignition, Griffon radiator with dual electric fans, gear reduction starter, Edlebrock heads and intake, K amp;N filters, Hooker long-tube headers with 3 Flowmaster exhaust, polyurethane engine mounts, 150A chrome Powermaster alternator. Tremec 5-speed gearbox with custom crossmember and driveshaft. Moser rear axle with 3.55 gears. Level 3QA1 suspension with dual adjustable coilovers. Poly bushings, sway bars and adjustable links, ball joints, and tubular control arms. Flaming river rack amp; pinion power steering with Flaming river tilt steering column and XRS tie rod ends. American racing 17 chrome wheels with Continental Extreme contact 235-50x17 tires. Disc brankes, front, rear drums. Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo. The quality of the components and workmanship are first-class. You really need to drive this truck to appreciate it!
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