1979 Chevrolet El Camino Super Sport 27,000 mile and yes the mileage is verified by both title and service records. This is a 99% original rust free car. This is a 350/350 Turbo, power steering, power brakes, cruise control A.C car. The car spent its early years in a small town in Oklahoma so has never been driven in snow or salt and is rust free. Put another way, this car ain't got NO rust at all, anywhere! The original owner drove the car very sparingly over the years. Sometime around 2006 when the car had only about 25K miles he decided that the factory 350 (5.7 litre and this IS an 'L Code' car!) was a little anemic for his taste so he hotrodded a bit. He equipped the car with an Edelbrock Performer intake, an Edelbrock Performer carb and Edelbrock chrome valve covers. While he was at it he added dual exhaust with glass packs and chrome exhaust tips so the car has a pleasant rumble at speed and if ya wanna crack the pipes it'll sure so it! The car was stored and only very occasionally driven but for the most part remained in dry storage under about four tarps. When current owner got the car the AC was not working, so took it to a shop a few blocks away and had the system repaired and converted to R134A so it now blows icy cold. replaced the thermostat because the gasket was weeping. Speaking to the Super Sport decals; they are in excellent condition along with the factory applied striping around the wheel wells. The front air dam, an exclusive feature of the Super Sport is in perfect condition and has never been run into parking lot blocks. The main flaw in the body is on the tailgate to the left and below of the license plate where the original owner evidently bumped something. The interior is nearly perfect with no cracking in the dash but for some reason has some very tiny cracks on top of the shroud surrounding the radio. Al gauges work fine including the SS tachometer. The steering wheel which is a tilt column is in excellent condition, much more.