Unique 1964 Chevrolet Custom El Camino *SOLD*
Item #: 16073
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This vehicle was sold through the advertising we offer in our Hemmings Online Showroom and will soon be on it's way to Germany!
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Unique 1964 Custom El Camino featured in October, 2004 30th Anniversary Issue Truckin Magazine.
Torch red and black PPG paint,
'70 Chevelle molded steel scoop on hood,
Shaved firewall, door locks & emblems,
Gas intake in cargo bed,
Clean original trim,
Aftermarket diamond-plating in bed,
Custom aluminum dash insert with Pro-Comp Auto Meter gauges,
Custom center console,
Sony head unit, speakers,
Red-and-gray leather power Infinity bucket seats with two subwoofer custom enclosures mounted above Sony amplifier bolted on the floor.
Diamond-plate floor mats,
Flaming Chevy emblem flares on each door panel.
Tweed doors, pillars, headliner, and subwoofer enclosures.
Front and rear air ride suspension with console mounted pressure gauge and rocker switches,
GM disc brakes all around,
17x8-inch chrome Cragar wheels wrapped by P225/50R17 Goodyear Eagle RS-A tires.
New crate 350ci 340 HP,
GM tuned-port fuel injected V-8,
Hedman Headers, V
Power windows, brakes, steering,
Tilt Grant steering,
Flow master exhaust,
3.73 positraction rear end,
New 700R4 automatic trans,
BM Quick Silver shifter.
Truly one of a kind.
Click Here to read the article in Truckin Magazine.
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Location: Salem, Oregon
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