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Big block power, a proper Super Sport look, and cool extras (like a sunroof) make this 1969 Chevrolet El Camino a true standout classic.
The factory Azure Turquoise was traded in for a deeper shade of blue. It makes for added distinction, and you'll see there have been plenty of added investments all around this car for more distinction. We all love the look of those painted black stripes against the blue. It's a nice SS touch that goes well with the blacked-out Super Sport grille and rear panel. Plus, it all coordinates with the aerodynamic tonneau cover and the black liner paint protecting the bed underneath it. This continues its sporty side with the dual power bulges in the hood and 14-inch Mag-style SS wheels. You'll even love the custom details, like the Chevy bow tie exhaust tips, and the dual pop-out sunroofs that give this an almost T-top style feeling.
Nice custom touches continue inside. After all, the factory never gave you black seats with attractive and comfy blue cloth inserts. The door panels, carpeting, and dash are all looking nice and finished in a tasteful black or blue to give this a well-done and colorful package. This is the kind of classic that's built for driving, so you have nice extras, like a tilt steering column and auxiliary readouts. And while you have the upgraded tunes of the AM/FM/CD stereo, we really know your favorite soundtrack begins under the hood.
A proper SS396-style machine needs 396 cubic inches of big block power. It has all the proper pieces for you to show it off, like the shining valve covers and air topper with callouts. There are even the right supporting components, like an HEI ignition, Optima red top battery, and an aluminum radiator. But what you'll really like about the motor are the go-fast goodies attached. This has an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Holley aluminum intake, and long tube headers. It's a strong-running total package, and there's a deep rumble from the dual exhaust. The three-speed automatic transmission feeds a stout 12-bolt rear end. And the Chevelle SS connection is seen in the back with the boxed trailing arms and rear sway bar. Add in power steering and power brakes with discs up front, and this makes for a powerful street machine that's under your control.
When you can get iconic sheetmetal, great upgrades, and plenty of power all for such an affordable price, well then, you know this El Camino SS is a deal that will be gone soon. Don't miss out, call today!
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