Take a look at this stunning third generation 1971 El Camino. In
1971 the El Camino received fresh front-end styling (shared with
the Chevelle) that included large Power-Beam single-unit
headlights, a reworked grille and bumper, and integral
park/signal/marker lights. Zoom is excited to offer an opportunity
to our buyers that is not going to come along very often so lend an
ear. This example has undergone an extensive ground up restoration
(pictures can be provided). The owner spared no expense in getting
the car into tip top shape. It features a 350 HP power plant with
an automatic transmission. It has a new windshield, tail gate and
new tires. A new cam and lifters were installed as well as a new
intake with Edelbrock Carb. The manifold is stock and features side
pipes in excellent condition. Look closely at the bodywork and
paint. It is of exceptional quality. No expense was spared. The car
could have 10K plus in paint alone. A close examination will show
that the interior has bucket seats that are not stock to the
vehicle. The owner needed the support of bucket seats, thus the
change. Here is my take on the car. If you cannot afford the
astronomical prices that the SS versions are commanding these days
then this is a great opportunity to purchase a car that with VERY
little investment can be turned into a fantastic SS tribute car.
Mechanically this car is turnkey and ready to go. The body is in
pristine condition and of show quality. Sadly, the owner has passed
away recently and I am representing the estate. We have priced the
car at a very reasonable 24,500.00. The car is located in
northeastern PA close to the NY state border. Please call or text
Hank at 201-317-9277 or via email at [email protected] Power
Steering, Bucket Seats, Cloth Seats
1971 Chevrolet El Camino
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