1966 Chevrolet El Camino, very nice House of Kolors Kobalt Blue Shimrin Kandy on black buckets, Grant wheel, AM/FM/CD, freshly rebuilt '90's Chevrolet 350 C.I. V-8 with serpentine belt set up, aluminum radiator, new power steering pump, new steering box and hoses, new Holley electric fuel pump, new Edelbrock carburetor, 95 amp alternator, powder coated fender wells, new TH350 transmission, new drive line, rebuilt suspension front and rear with factory sway bars front and rear, 12 bolt non-posi rear end, new headliner, new carpet, re-covered dash pad, new door panels, new weather stripping, resealed windshield and rear window, completely disassembled for paint and completely replaced floor pans, original re-chromed bumpers, Flowmaster exhaust with headers, new Rev 101 wheels on new Federal tires, this classic ElCo has been reborn! tons of work makes this muscle car better than new! runs and drives beautifully, priced well below what it would take to restore this car, cruise it or win trophies at the car show, priced to sell fasssssssst.... just $18,950.00.
A NEGOTIABLE DOCUMENTARY SERVICE FEE OF UP TO ONE HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS MAY BE ADDED TO SALE PRICE. ADD EXPIRES 11/30/2018. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. DEALER/AUSTIN'S PRO/MAX, 5602 S. TACOMA WAY, TACOMA, WA 98409. 253-472-1709
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