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1971 El Camino SS Replica

ffrh911

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1971 Chevrolet El Camino "SS" Replica
Excellent condition!!
Bring your magnet!!!!
103,xxx original miles

$26,000 FIRM
NO TRADES!
Located in Jupiter, Florida


Engine -
-Midly built 350ci sbc
-Upgraded cam
-Ported heads
-Upgraded rockers and lifters
-High rise Weiland intake
-New Edebrock 650 quadrajet carb
-Newer radiator
-New coolant hoses
-New K&N air filter
-Moroso valve covers
- Full exhaust, Longtube headers, H pipe, Flowmaster mufflers
-Msd distributor
- Always use 10w30 synthetic oil
-Newer Napa batter
-Entire new Air conditioning system
-Alternator was replaced awhile back but still charges 14v
-Factory Power Steering
-Factory Power Brakes
-Newer Serpentine belts
-Newer master cylinder and brake booster
-NO LEAKS!
-NO RATS NEST WIRING!


Trans-
-Upgraded turbo 350 trans
-Deep aluminum finned trans pan
-Shifts flawlessly no issues whatsoever

Brakes-
-Front disk, new pads and rotors
-Rear drums, new shoes and all hardware

Differential-
-12 bolt
-3.73 gears
-Posi diff

Suspension-
-Full lowering/leveling kit
-2" Drop spindles
-Hotchkiss tuned adjustable Fox shocks Front and rear
-Front and rear lowering springs
-Upgraded Rear control arms
-Alignment just done



Paint and body-
-Cranberry red
-Exterior is 8/10
-Has small scratches around the car and a few small areas of rust on the corners of the doors, small bubbles on roof, etc
-Otherwise the car is in immaculate condition.
-The underside of the car is in excellent condition with absolutely no rust anywhere.
-Original floors in excellent shape with absolute no patch work.
-NO BODY FILLER! BRING YOUR MAGNET!!
-Craftec Leather bed tonneau cover
-Entire bed has been coated in line x
-0 soft spots or rust in bed

Interior-
-Interior is in excellent condition!
-Black Leather
-Dash has small crack in it around speaker area but everything else is nearly flawless

Audio-
- Aftermarket bluetooth cd player
- Custom Zeus 1200 watt amp
- (2) JL Audio CT650 6x9s
- (2) 12" Rocksford Fosgate subs
-6x9s and subs are mounted in custom box behind the rear seat
-No cut up door panels or interior pieces!

Wheels and tires-
-Factory wheels sandblasted and powder coated black
-Newer 245/60/15 BFG tires in excellent condition


Car runs and drives flawlessly. I wouldn't hesitate to drive it around the country!!


Could not get Dropbox or photobucket to work besides for 1 photo so I hope the additional link is acceptable for the pictures.



 

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Im not a Camino guy but I think it looks pretty straight forward. Right off without opening the ad, I would question the car as the ad states 1971 but has 72 corner markers. He states upfront that its a Replica. Not a detailed replica but it shows well. I definitely would bring the felt magnet. Normal rust areas and the paint is showing a little age which I actually like better as it dosnt show like some hidden quick spray job. And AC. I don't know what the going price is for those but I would offer 18-20K.
 

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I appreciate your input!
I actually prefer the 72 corner markers, I just didn't realize I skipped that detail.
There's a few things I forgot to add like new aftermarket wiring harness.

Did the best I could! 😆
 

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Looks nice to me and I like the suspension updates. Mine is no where near stock and much prefer the smoother and firmer ride. And obviously in FL the AC is a must. When I was younger and in S. FL. I could get away with no AC, in the afternoon showers, Defrost on, super muggy, etc... . Not these days. If I was to buy it, id ditch the column shifter and put a floor auto shifter like the Hurst 5060001. Keep the bench !

But hey, it aint mine and in this hobby, we should be glad there are still keepers. I couldn't part pith my cars and trucks so that's hard of its own.
 
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