1964 Chevrolet El Camino with 350 cu in V8 with 4 BBL carb, dual exhaust, Automatic trans, power steering, factory air conditioning, rally wheels, factory tach, dual exhaust,, and tinted glass. A very solid rust free southern car, with nice paint, loaded with options, solid undercarriage, and unique old school interior. Really sharp looking car.
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