Offered for sale is a 1968 Chevrolet El Camino with a 427 engine. This truck has beautiful black paint and great options such as flawless black bucket seats, console, all paired with a Borg Warner T-10 four-speed transmission. It is also equipped with power steering, power brakes, 12-bolt rear end with 3.73 gears, air-conditioning, and an updated radio with upgraded speakers for high quality sound. The bed has been finished with a Rhino Line spray in bed liner and covered with a Gaylord Custom Fiberglass cover. This truck looks great sitting on a set of American Racing wheels with BF Goodrich Radial TA tires.
A complete frame off restoration was done on this truck that took almost three years. Everything was replaced and no expense was spared as proved by the binder of receipts that comes with it. The 427 is practically new with only about 400 miles on it since its installation. This is a great opportunity to own a truck that has been meticulously restored for only a fraction of what it cost to build! This is the kind of truck to buy if you want a turn-key vehicle that you can take anywhere!
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