1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS 396, 4 speed, power steering, power
brakes. 29567 miles showing on odometer. Tilt steering column, 12
bolt rear differential. Code 28 Fathom blue with 764 bright blue
interior with Bench seat.
This El Camino SS was a very clean, rust free real SS396 3 speed car to start. Engine is correct numbers matching and transmission has been upgraded to a 4 speed. Body on restored with mostly original chassis with high wear items replaced.
Body is superb original metal with correct Fathom blue base coat clear coat paint in excellent and restored condition. Interior is restored in excellent condition. Car runs and drives as it should and is nice tight original car. Very few out there like it in this condition. If you have been looking for an El Camino, this is the right car in the best colors look no further.
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