It runs and drives nice and there are only a few thousand miles on the rebuilt suspension, shocks, brakes and tires, less than that on a new radiator, alternator and battery. The paint is nice and is about 10 years old. There are a few minor scuffs and scrapes, which have occurred at automotive shops, since I have otherwise kept it garaged and covered. Most of these could be buffed out. In the spirit of full disclosure, there has been some minor bondo work on the car at some point in its nearly 47 year history.

Location: Nuevo, California, United States

See listing: fuel injected 1973 Chevrolet El Camino vintage (from December 8, 2019)