1971 Chevrolet El Camino Custom which featured upgraded interior
and extra side trim from the standard El Camino. Originally Antique
Green (dark green) w/light green interior. No engine or
transmission. Originally it was a 350ci V8 2BBL automatic car w/AC,
power steering, and power front disc brakes. Its missing steering
column but has hood and seat.
Car is rough but restorable. Needs full quarters, floors, and a bed floor.
Parts for these cars can be found just about anywhere on the internet, Original Parts Group, Year One, etc.
NOTE: Alabama does not title vehicles 35+ years old. Therefore this car will come with a signed Ohio title and bill of sale from a previous owner and a legal bill of sale from me. If you are not residing in Alabama, you need to check with your state's DMV for their requirements to register the car.
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