1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS Tribute
This is one of the nicest El Camino's we have had through the shop and there have been quite a few. It is nearly perfect in every manner and truly drives like new.
It is powered by a 350ci engine with a full Edelbrock set-up including 4-barrel carburetor, intake manifold, chrome head covers, air cleaner and a chromed alternator running down through a 350 Turbo transmission and custom dual exhaust. Stopping power comes through front disc brakes with drums in the rear. It carries the power to the ground though a "just right" 3:56 gear set-up. The vehicle has only 149,000 miles on the chassis and everything has been rebuilt to like new with less than 5,000 miles on it.
The interior is flawless with recovered Chevy seats, SS wheel and carries a fully operational gauge package. The is a newer Kenwood AM/FM/CD player with quality speakers including those on the headrest. The carpet and remainder of the interior are like new.
The exterior has been taken down to metal on a frame up restoration with a full show quality paint job done in Cranberry Red/Black paint. It is stunning to look at. She sits on 15 inch wheels with SS caps with BF Goodrich tires that are like new.
Why pay more for an original when you can have a gorgeous show winning car for less?
It is listed at $35,900.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $29,950.00!
This car is located and being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
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