1967 el camino custom

Price: US $45,000.00 Item location: Valencia, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: El Camino
  • Trim: custom
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 200
  • VIN: 136807z109135
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 385
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1967 Chevrolet El Camino custom

Owned since 95
Odometer (car isnt in front of me)# is just to fill in the box
Originally the Custom, ps ac pb air shocks 12 bolt
Every single nut bolt wire fastener is brand new...probably upgraded and polished (all stainless underneath)
Underside as clean as the top, everything sandblasted/POR15
. Hood made from real 1969 Z/28 hood not a repop. Lots of cool little details longer you look more you see.
Motor
385ci
True 11.5:1 new GM block .040
All forged, manley H beams etc
Darts ported to 230cc 62cc chamer by Mamo
Jesel shaft rockers, Team G ported heavily AED 850 HO
I specd a custom Isky solid roller 260/268@050 crower lifters
Very easy to drive despite it sounding like a Winston cup car
RCR drive assy cust 80/120 alt by Jones racing
Dewitts rad, spal fan, polished/vented shroud
So much more-
It is not a textbook build but it works. Not too much low end to break parts or blow the tires off builds progressively as speed/Rpms do. Slighly peaky and fun
91 oct with 33-34 deg 35-6 with some good stuff gets even funner.
Trans
1000 mi GM T56, had Ron at TRC trans in Chatsworth Ca
put hardened parts forks pads upgraded synchros etc in it
Fresh. CF DF clutch F body hydraulics 3" Torino shaft w/spicers. Ripper shifter (hurst is better). Works well
Body
-Most panels replaced, straight as an arrow
-Orig white/red updated to Summit (dupont base)white/coca cola red
-All trim new orig rear bumper all emblems NIB inc tailgate stuff. Smugglers box lid never got done was going to do some out of polycarbonate anyway but have nice ones in case. Zero rust. Only found 2 small spots when I had the body off, properly cut out welded por-15 etc
All new green glass rubbers etc. Still whistles some lol
Suspension
12:1 steering box, large swaybars KYBs graphite bushings SSM bars relocated mounts rear frame reinforcement welded in with provisions for elecpump and filter "just in case". Uses a 172 Carter mech now
Hotchkiss rear new cut fronts. Firm &solid no floating
Brakes are obvious everything new. Polished stainless lines underneath, inc 1/2" fuel to sender Edelbrock traction bars both sides
Orig 12 bolt housing, tubes welded, Superior axles, Motive 4.11 real SSM bars relocated, boxed uppers all graphite bushings.
Reinforcement that ties both rear spring towers together (makes it rigid) with 2 provisions to hang electric pump/filter in case.
New tank, sender modified to 1/2" clear to fuel bowls.
All brake lines polished stainless,
With a 7 or 8" wheel up front the car handles extremely well, no clunks bumps etc. Front runners....yeah you feel more.
Interior
All new "Green Glass" that came in AC cars like this one did.
Repop SS gauges (have orig)changed backlighting to aqua/blue tach is temp (simply unplugs no cutting needed) along with temp under dash just to see how accurate in dash gauges are (good)Many boxes of good stuff inc new emblems if thats your thing
AC panel in nice shape in box. All new wiring/fuse box bumper to bumper. AC and heat gone put pull vents in case really not needed.
Every bezel switch etc is new like everything else.
Tach is temp, simply unplugs under dash. cant see it when yourright foot is heavy anyway
All hardware upgraded list goes on and on
Way way too much to list. Complete but still a blank canvas to put your stamp on it
Best sounds on the planet here! Take it out for that Sunday morning cruise, track it does it all pretty well. Never runs warm starts every time. youre not buying a problem guaranteed.
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