A classic car lovers dream car a 1981 El Camino, 350 short block engine with a 4 BBL carburetor, Pearl Diamond exterior with maroon and black real alligator interior. Dakota digital instrument cluster. This car has been restored in the last 8 months and looks and runs great. This is a car ready for car shows or drive daily. This car is a eye catcher and a show stopper! The engine is 2 years old and has approximately 35,000 miles on it. Rides smooth and ready to go cross country. New LED headlights with multi color border lights. This car is for the classic car lover. Has a matching color custom bed cover and chrome/powder coated rally wheels. This car has so much its hard to imagine but you have to see it and drive it. Its just beautiful and amazing with a lot of pride. Price is firm unless you want to pay more because its worth it. You will be proud to have this one in your stable,
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