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1970 Chevrolet El Camino Custom - Frame Off Resto - Spared No Expense

Make: Chevrolet
Model: El Camino
Year: 1970
Mileage: 77,150
Color: Atomic Orange Sunburst Metallic
Engine: 355
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Cottonwood, Arizona, United States

1970 Chevrolet El Camino Additional Info:

1970 El Camino Custom

350 C.I. Engine machined by the great, John Sinibaldi. 355 w/ stock crank, heat treated rods w/ ARP studs. SRP Forged Pistons. Dart Iron Eagle 68CC heads w/ bronze guides. Manley .080 wall pushrods. Comp Cams Roller Rockers. Compression 10.2:1. Fully rebuilt with all new gaskets and parts, Rochester Quadrajet 800 cfm. Edelbrock Intake. MSD Ignition. Cast Aluminum Valve Covers. Cam is the 327/350HP Camshaft from Erson.

Horsepower 365 @ 5560 RPM, Torque 380 @ 2400 RPM

Aluminium Champion Radiator

Chassis was acid dipped to bare metal, and powder coated satin black. All suspension bolts are stainless steel to prevent rust.

Paint is Atomic Orange Sunburst Metallic (GM Color) done by Tom Daker @ Heritage Cadillac, Lombard, IL (Have spare paint in container for touch ups and re sprays)

All moldings have been either polished or bought new.

Muncie M20 Gear Box fully rebuilt with new syncros and bearings by myself. Power steering box, fully rebuilt by myself. Rear end fully rebuilt with new bearings and seals. 3:08 Gears w/ Eaton Posi Unit.

Converted the car to a 4 speed, was originally a 350 auto. All parts were sourced from another El Camino back in Illinios, including the steering column so it would have the column shift mount on it. I still have the factory steering wheel as well. Hurst 4 speed shifter, and yes, I did install the back up light switch on the shifter so the back up lights work.

I’ve installed hood locks, have a German made steering wheel club (not the cheaper Taiwan made ones now), and a hidden battery kill with with laser cut key.

ALL NEW WIRING AND RELAYS. All new stainless brake and fuel lines. All new weatherstripping, suspension polyurethane rubber in front & rear suspension. Modified rear suspension with adjustable uppers, and hardened boxed lowers.

Interior: New Carpet, Headliner, sail panels, sun visors. Seat fully redone with new vinyl cover, springs, and burlap w/ foam filling. Seat tracks completely serviced rebuilt. E brake unit fully serviced and rebuilt by myself. Dash modified w/ gauges, and fully wired and rebuilt by myself.

Power Disc Fronts, Drum Rears. New Springs, New Shocks.

EVERYTHING ON THIS CAR WORKS PERFECTLY, and has been gone through and restored. :-) I personally have put about 4000 miles on the car, driving it, breaking it in. Fine tuning it to make it fun to drive, and user friendly.

There is the occasional chip, or scratch. I’ve buffed the car out, and put fresh wax on her. She is a driver.

If you want this car to really rip, put a 3.55 gear and a Holley 550 CFM on her, and she’ll get crazy on you. The rest of the car is already setup to take it.

The quality of home she goes to is more important to me than just money… so please, intend on caring for the car, driving her, and protecting her.

I ALSO HAVE SPARE PARTS FOR THE CAR. The new owner can have them.