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This 1969 Chevrolet El Camino SS has its numbers-matching big block and original colors inside & out. As you dig deeper, you also see the value that comes from a frame-off restoration later in life that not only invested in quality, but also desirable features, like A/C.
There was a full frame-off restoration done on this El Camino in 2003, and when you pay for quality, it lasts. That's why the paint provides an instant attraction. Fathom Green is the factory-correct color, but it has the deep tone that only comes from a good modern application. And you can exactly understand why there would the time, effort, and care in a classic like this. It's a true Super Sport, which everyone loves to see. That's also why it has crisp SS-specific details, like the full-length sport stripe that looks like an almost unbroken line on this well-done body. The double power bulge hood, blacked-out grille, proper SS badging, and Mag-style wheels make for an awesome Super Sport. Plus, there's great details everywhere, from the classic chrome bumpers, to the upgraded tonneau cover.
The interior is exactly what you want to see: a well restored presentation in a deep black. The door panels, dash, headliner, and much more feel quite fresh. And those bucket seats are both taut and look correct, right down to the button-top seatbacks. You get nice classic elements like the SS dual-spoke steering wheel, round gauge package w/tach, and horseshoe shifter in the center console. Plus, there are well-integrated worthwhile upgrades like the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner, auxiliary gauge trio, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
Under the hood is a motor that's ready to showcase. And that's because you're going to be showing it all off soon after you tell people this is the numbers-matching 396 cubic-inch big block. The bright block, tidy hoses, shining valve covers, and air topper with callout all make this look quite nice. It fires up nicely as the four-barrel carburetor feeds the mighty motor. All this power gets to the ground through GM's sturdy TH400 three-speed automatic transmission (that's believed to be original to this Chevy) on its way to the stout 12-bolt rear end. And because an SS is meant to be driven, it has easy driving features, like power steering and power brakes with discs up front.
Complete with owner's manual and previous CA title documentation, this is a highly optioned El Camino SS that has been given a proper restoration. Lets not forget this is an original Freemont, CA built car. So you know it's the one for you. Call today!!!
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