1972 Chevrolet El Camino. Original owner (original order sheet available). Runs well.
400 cubic inch engine;
Power steering and brakes;
New air conditioning just installed;
Bench seat has been replaced with newly upholstered black leather bucket seats;
Shifter mounted on floor.
This was not a Super Sport, but was make to look like one in certain respects (white racing stripes, SS symbols on the steering wheel and front grill, etc.).
Some issues with the car include: rear left brake light may not be working, rear left bumper is pulled out an inch or two, transmission has slight leak in the bell housing area at front, interior light missing, radio missing, about a dozen nicks in paint, mostly in inconspicuous places, there's a crack in center of dashboard, front grill has one broken piece, and a 4” crack in upper passenger side windshield in far right corner.
1972 Chevrolet El Camino
Location:Idaho Falls, Idaho
Restoration History:Partially Restored
Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive
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