800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Are you looking for a classic that has all the right investments, like slick paint, an A/C interior, and fresh and powerful V8? Of course you are! That's why this 1969 Chevrolet El Camino is such an irresistible icon offered for an obtainable price.
This El Camino is the product of a two-year restoration that was completed in 2013, and with only about 6,200 miles on it since then, it retains that crisp look of a solid investment. We have a receipt that shows the paint was a $6,000 investment on its own, and you can see it was money well spent. The red has a deep luster from a modern clearcoat shine. The black laid on top is a complete package of lower rockers, rear panel, and SS-style stripes. It goes nicely with the darker elements in the newer grille, bed mat, and the steelies behind the Rally wheel trim. And because the paint package really shines, both bumpers were re-chromed to be mirror-like. Plus, the full trim package has even more nice brightwork, and it showcases how straight the body panels are.
All the black accents of the outside get you ready for the full black interior. In fact, there are hints of red accenting inside to make this a fully coordinated package. The carpeting, dash, and button-top seat all have the look of proper care to get the factory elements right. But what you'll really love in this one are all the upgrades. You get a more modern Chevy steering wheel, full AutoMeter auxiliary gauges, and an AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, the cold-blowing air conditioning is the kind of addition that will keep you happy cruising this El Camino all year long.
Under the hood, the black and red theme continues. This whole setup has the look of freshness, and for a very good reason. You're looking at a 350 cubic-inch crate motor installed during the restoration. Crate V8s are already known to be powerful, and this one has been upgraded further with a Comp Cam and Holley Street Avenger four-barrel carburetor. While a powerful motor with a rumbling dual exhaust is already what you want, that's not the whole package on this El Camino. They also invested to make it a great driver. That means a rebuilt TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, as well as a rebuilt suspension front & rear. Add in power steering, power brakes, and fresh BF Goodrich T/As, and you can see why this one feels solid on the road.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and restoration photos. It's the kind of car El Camino that can win you awards (because it already has!) So if you want a turn-key stunner, call today!
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