1969 El Camino Factory AC Car, Frame Off Restored. Engine: Crate 350 V8 with automatic transmission. He had the car professionally and completely taken apart. It was stripped and sandblasted to bare metal, inside and out. Installed new right and left full GM quarter panels, new tail gate skin, new right door skin, new roof (it had a vinyl roof originally) and installed new front inner fender wells. Applied POR to all under body and inside panels. Put metal prep paint on all bare steel and primed after completing all body work. Paint sealers before painting, color is called Victory red: 4 coats of red paint and 2 coats of clear coat. Installed new full wiring harness, new ball joints, tire rod ends, upper and lower control arm bushings, new front and rear springs. Installed heavier springs, in case a big block engine was in its future. The existing transmission was completely rebuilt with shift kit. Installed the all new crate 350 300HP V8 engine. New brakes, new gas tank, all new gas lines and new brake lines. It’s radiator was redone and It retains its stock rear end. All new chrome bumpers and all new stainless steel trim installed including around rear box. New modern radio, complete new interior, including new carpet with sound deadening added to the floors and new seat belts. R12 AC unit was converted to R13. New steering wheel installed to the tilt column along with new padded dash and all new rubber including wing window rubber seals. New stainless steel exhaust with headers (ceramic coated) and mufflers. Installed “Four new Crager chrome mag wheels and 4 new radial tires (spare with jack included). Equipped with factory AC, tilt wheel, power steering, manual brakes, dual master cylinder. Edelbrock manifold and carburetor. Only 31,701 original miles with just 7k since restoration.
Location: Bettendorf, Iowa, United States
See listing: Frame off restored 1969 Chevrolet El Camino vintage (from July 22, 2017)