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1968 El Camino, Chevy Malibu Custom, 377ci 4 speed stick, hot rod, bad ass

Make: Chevrolet
Model: El Camino
SubModel: Custom
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: Malibu
Year: 1968
Mileage: 550
VIN: 136808B133715
Color: Black
Engine: 377 sbc
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gold
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Syracuse, New York, United States

1968 Chevrolet El Camino Malibu Additional Info:

Malibu El Camino, rare four speed conversion (only came in automatic from the factory!), hurst shifter, powerful 400 hp small block. The low miliage 377 sbc Engine is worth $5,000 alone with forged Crower internals, edelbrock carb, intake, 100 amp alternator and msd ignition components. It has a high end 7 quart oil pan with internal baffles, I always have used semi synthetic oil also. The El Camino has been mine for 11 years and while not driven very often the tags and inspection are all up to date. The racing disk brakes are willwood, four piston per side up front and rebuilt drum brakes in the rear. It can stop faster then most new cars. All four shocks are sporty inertia sensitive edelbrock eas shocks. The hood is steel from an original SS car. There are four of the American racing torque thrust II rims and Bridgestone tires. Only two are currently mounted. Headers and flowmaster mufflers make up the exhaust system. Rear upper control arms are Lakewood with poly bushings. It also comes with 2 other nicer doors which I never got to install and a fiberglass camper top. The original wiring harness, and more interior panels are included also. A separate bench seat can be included from a late model truck that would fit nicely. This is a scary fast grocery getter as is, comfortable for drives up to about twenty miles.