1973 CHEVY EL CAMINO SUPER SPORT FACT SHEET
350 C I small block, 6000 miles on rebuild bored .030 over with roller rockers and mild street cam
New fuel tank and sending unit
MSD fuel injection system and electronic ignition
New water pump, starter, alternator and air condition unit linked to new serpentine belt system
New disc brakes-front and new drum brakes in rear
HDI distributor system and matching wires
Engine dress-up kit with finned Aluminum valve covers and oil ports
Lokar floor shift system with 16 shifter
Rebuilt T H 350 3-speed auto transmission
American Racing Wheels-8 -front and 10 back with Uniroyal tires-3000 miles on tires
Hooker headers and new custom dual exhaust system
1973 El Camino Super Sport Negatives:
Bubbling rust in passenger door, lower section bubbling rust in tail gate area
Recent Maintenance Includes:
1. 1973 El Camino SS
May 2018-New electric window motor installed-Total Cost = $ 409
August, 2017-Brake service/safety check, oil-filter service, wheel lock security set installed-Total Cost = $ 101
January, 2018-Brake work-rear-with new drums, brake shoes, wheel kits/hardware, seals, new fluid and replaced brake fluid lines from front to rear, oil service-Total Cost = $1100
This El Camino is owned by a local car guy and friend Ron "The Padre" - Platt Motors Inc is in charge of marketing and advertising this unique automobile but the actual sale will be between buyer and seller. Platt Motors is willing to assist in all capacities regarding this private party sale. Any interested parties are welcome to talk to the owner about the history or condition of this fine automobile.
Price Lowered to 16,750 and the seller has graciously added a 30 Day or 1500 mile warranty whichever comes first.
As of 3-31-2019 The El Camino was serviced and safety checked and is in Top Flight Condition!
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