1971 Chevrolet El Camino SS454 Custom

Price: US $24,900.00 Item location: Tucson, Arizona, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: El Camino
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Trim: SS454 Clone
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 7,978
  • VIN: 136801L161263
  • Color: Red and Black
  • Engine size: 7.4L 7439CC 454Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1971 Chevrolet El Camino

Straight, teel California car with no rust and professionally built by Dave Zent and Bill Patrino at D&M in Tucson, tarting with a fresh LS-5 454 engine, ored .030 over, alanced and blueprinted, rodix Race-Rite aluminum heads, unati roller cam, ahle pistons at roughly 10.8 compression, ometic gaskets, delbrock Intake, SD 6AL, mm wires with Mallory ignition at 6400 rpm red line, RP bolts and studs, itachi starter, luminumcoated Hooker headers with QuickTime Performance electric cutouts, arch brackets and pulleys, olly fuel pump and Ultra Street Avenger carb, rick Flow stainless overflow system into the frame, okar& Moroso locking sticks (NHRA approved), otchkis Suspension including sway bars, railing arms, tc., on Davis Racing products radiator (NASCAR style) with twin 17 inch Spal fans pulling 3700+ cubic feet of air per minutes, 00R4 State II 4-speed automatic transmission built by Aztec Transmissions (includes Hughes sprag, ump, acing clutches, nd 3000 rpm stall converter), &M Quicksilver shifter and B&M Street Rod Transmission Supercooler, lowmaster custom exhaust, rute Force universal joints, ew Eaton 3rd member, ew Richmond/Sierra axles and gears, omplete Dakota Digital dash with Cruise control, ompass, utside temp gauges added, ew dash, ash panel, nobs, shtray--everything!; Line-X bed, lassic Auto Air 134a Air Conditioning, ED taillights and Xenon headlights; fresh window tinting (dark), illet Aluminum power windows and illuminated switches, ustom installed Sony X-Plod HD stereo with 6 speakers, utomatic headlights, emote door locks, ilwood Pro-Series 4-wheel disc brakes with 12.18" rotors (drilled, lotted, inc coated, owder coated calipers to match the paint), arls and Russell braided lines; complete new interior and carpeting with Corbeau racing seats in black leather and micro suede with red 4-point Corbeau racing harnesses; new door and hood hinges, ower radio antenna, ASA-style heat shielding....and a whole lot more;car just received a touch up but do not expect a perfect paint job--it has minor flaws and cracks but no dents. This car was built to USE and have fun; I didn't want a trailer queen or a race car. It is mechanically excellent and a load of fun. Horsepower? Don't know, ut very reasonable guess is 650-700 hp. Street tires are 275/40/R18 Continental extreme Contact ($950 for the pair) and they won't hook up! But if you feather the throttle, he car will still do 060 in 5.0 (Dakota Dash has all kinds of timers, tc.). These are just the highlights, elieve it or not. I have almost $80,000 into this car and if you are the purchaser, ou'll get a large box of receipts to prove it (along with parts and service manuals, nd other extras). This car has NOT been abused at all--I am 70 years old and quit abusing machinery a long, ong time ago! It gets poor gas mileage, cares the birds, nd rattles the minds of people who think they have a fast car. If you would like more information, can e-mail a single spaced 4 page list of all that has been done to the car. Iam listing this car on multiple sites: first person with the full asking price gets it. Otherwise, ighest bidder by October 1 who is over myreserve will take it. NO TRADES--CASH ONLY. I will be happy to answer questions. (This car was sold on E-Bay previously but the buyer encountered serious health problems and had to back out.)