1956 Chevrolet El Morocco Convertible- One of the rarest Chevy's ever produced. Only 2 are known to exist.
This 1956 El Morocco was discovered in the back lot of a Chevy collector in central Pennsylvania.
It was complete of El Morocco elements, since they are stainless steel, fiberglass, and a few parts of cast aluminum.
A comprehensive body-off restoration was performed by a professional with many award-winning cars to his name.
This car is equipped with a 265ci V8 engine, powerpac, powerglide, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seats, and an AM Radio.
When new the '56 Chevy was stripped of all body moldings, the tailgate was torched off and a fiberglass fill epoxy was bonded to the quarters. The car was then repainted white and replacement moldings and upper door saddle trim were installed.
This car has won numerous awards, including AACA Senior and Chevy Vette Fest "Golden Spinner."