"- This El Camino has razor-straight body lines with a fresh and
complete full restoration demonstrating exceptional detail and
craftsmanship. To expound on the expert workmanship of the
restoration, the underside of the truck is finished equally as
detailed to match the exterior and interior. With new paint, new
interior, all-new and restored mechanicals with meticulous
attention to detail, this El Camino has been driven less than 500
miles since its total restoration. Specifications include,
Hi-Performance 350ci engine, 350hp, 4-speed manual Muncie
transmission, bench seat with floor shifter and rare Muncie
shifter. It rides on new Boss 18"" alloy wheels. It also features
power steering, triple set engine gauges, tonneau cover, factory
power disc front brakes, deluxe 3-spoke steering wheel, and all-new
chrome and glass. It has had a full, no-expense-spared restoration
with Bolero Red exterior finish, new black interior fabrics, trim
and finish. It has a column-mounted vintage tachometer, triple
gauge set with oil pressure, temperature and voltage gauges, power
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