This 1968 Chevrolet El Camino SS was the first year for the third
generation El Camino. GM decided to make major changes to their
mid-size offerings in '68, and legends were born. According to the
VIN number, this fully restored (2010) El Camino is a factory '138'
code SS396. That said, it received a lot of mechanical upgrades
during the restoration process. The El Camino was the beneficiary
of a professional 2-stage respray of Ebony Black that is
outstanding. Dunlop Z-rated performance radials are mounted on
stunning 20" chrome alloy wheels and provide the perfect accent. A
custom car cover is also included with the car. The factory tan
vinyl interior is in outstanding original condition - bench seat,
dash, door cards and headliner are all nice. Convenience features
include cold A/C, power tinted windows and a full set of factory
gauges including a rare 'roller tachometer'. A Kenwood AM/FM/CD/MP3
system w/powerful Kicker amplifier provides great sounds. The
original 396 was replaced with a GM 454ci 'Rat' that was completely
rebuilt in 2010. It is fitted with aluminum heads, performance cam,
aluminum intake, dual-feed Holley carb and is backed by a TH400
automatic transmission. Chassis features include power steering,
power-assisted disc/drum brakes, HD front/rear sway bars and a new
fuel tank. This El Camino SS is going to make its new owner very
proud. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1968 Chevrolet El Camino
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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