1980 Chevrolet El Camino - 383 Stoker with aluminum heads, 700R4 automatic, power steering, Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes, posi rear differential, dual exhaust with headers, chrome alternator, MSD ignition, steel braided hoses, billet pulleys, aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, billet steering wheel, tilt steering column, bow tie mirror, AutoMeter gauges, stereo, carbon fiber interior trim, American Racing wheels, cowl induction style hood, rear roll pan - Full Custom Restoration - High Quality Paintwork - Flawless Bed - All New Custom Interior - Excellent Performance - Tens of Thousands Invested - One of the Nicest Anywhere - PRICE REDUCED!! - ASKING $19,500 or MAKE OFFER -
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