Check out this one of a kind ride! This is our 1981 Chevrolet El Camino custom street rod. It has a two tone paint job with black up top and a custom deep brandywine separated by a silver pin stripe. The bed has been refinished in dark stained wood that has been shined to perfection. It also features a custom cowl hood, color matched trim, and staggered gun metal wheels with polished lips. Inside, you’re treated to a custom interior featuring red and white ostrich upholstery, a floor shifter, chrome steering wheel, hot rod style pin-striping, and custom white face gauges. This car has it all! The engine is a 350CI V8 backed with an auto trans and dual exhaust. This car makes a great cruiser for weekend shows or long trips. Throw some luggage in the bed and head for the coast! She can be yours today, stop by and take a look!
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