This black Resto-Mod 1972 Chevrolet El Camino custom pickup
underwent a rotisserie restoration by Prime Performance. It is
powered by a 502ci big-block engine with a 671 supercharger by Mike
Kuhl Blowers. The transmission is an Art Carr 400 Turbo automatic
transmission. Additionally, the differential is a Currie 9-inch
4.11 gears held in place by a Hotchkis 4-link suspension. Braking
is provided by Wilwood disc brakes with an emergency brake, with a
vacuum motor in the wheel well so the power booster has suction.
Also features a 3-inch exhaust with 18-inch Flowmasters,
porcelain-coated S&S headers, MSD ignition system and PSC power
steering. The tailgate backup lights were relocated into the bumper
where the reflectors were, and a cut, welded, rolled and formed
opening in the hood was created for the blower. The interior
features leather with houndstooth inserts and an upgraded AutoMeter
gauge cluster. This pickup rides on American Racing 5-spoke wheels.
1972 Chevrolet El Camino
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