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1971 CHEVROLET EL CAMINO RESTOMOD
BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL 2 OWNER El Camino. Clear Title, Black Plate, California truck VIN 136801L176000.
Current registration 11/30/2017. 25k Invested!
The good looks of a car and the utility of a pickup bed are still hard to beat, even after four decades. This handsome 1971 Elky sports its original numbers matching 350 under the hood with a newer 700R4 Transmission with B & M Converter.
Has been garaged since new in 1971. Very mechanically sound and well kept.
Has original V8 350 runs GREAT.
Has 4 Bbl. Intake and Quadrajet 4 Barrel Carb.
Electronic Ignition, Newer Distributor, rotor, wires and Battery.
New Front Disk and Rear Power Drum brakes stop the truck great.
Nice Power Steering and Air Conditioner works and blows cold!
Automatic transmission shifts great into all gears. Newer Dual FLOWMASTER Exhaust
All electrical is in working order, (Air Conditioning, Lights, Brakes,Turn Signals, Wipers, and stereo).
Repainted Tuxedo Black with some very minor spots touched up but overall shiny and looks GREAT! Steel Cowl induction SS Hood.
Bed in great shape and hardly used.
New 20″ US MAGS staggered 225/35ZR20 all around. Front are 8″ wide and Rear are 10″ wide Deep Dish. Has been lowered 2 1/2″ Giving the truck a great stance! The window rubber are new. Door and window seals are new.
Newer carpet, new dash pad, sill plates , door panels and kick plates, all factory gauges working.
Has Alpine Sirus XM/Bluetooth, CD/ MP3 player with 6×9 behind the seats. Really sharp looking inside.
From a driving standpoint, the El Camino starts right up and falls into a smooth idle, The truck is easy to drive and is very reliable. I can not emphasize enough how great this Chevy runs!
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