For sale is a gorgeous 1969 Chevrolet El Camino SS Clone with a rebuilt 396 big block with roller rockers, Holley carb, 400 turbo transmission, 12 bolt rear axle, mint interior with newly recovered seats, new ignition conversion, hooker stainless steel long tube headers, flow master mufflers, brand new Hankook tires, brand new 18 inch American torque wheels, new brake lines, front rotors, and a complete restoration of the body with a beautiful paint job (using PPG paint) with all of the SS badging and painted stripes. The undercarriage is nice, the frame has been blasted and undercoated. This car is fast, souds great, drives great, and looks amazing. WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE
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