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1969 Chevrolet El Camino Ss 396375hp L78 M22 on 2040-cars

US $12,100.00
Year:1969 Mileage:86280 Color: Black /

Cayucos, California, United States

Cayucos, California, United States

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Numbers Matching 396/375hp (L78) El Camino SS with Muncie M22 Transmission in Excellent overall condition! This
Very Original El Camino SS 396 looks, runs, and drives fantastic! Its original Code 10 black paint was repainted
once back in the 90's and still looks great on the very straight, solid, and original body. There are some minor
nicks and scratches from limited use. There is a spot on the tailgate and the right side of the roof behind the
window where there is some slight cracks in the paint as shown in the pics. There are only 2 minor rust spots on
the car. A couple tiny bubbles below rear window trim on drivers side and about a quarter size area at the bottom
of the right fender behind front tire. That's it and both areas are shown in pics. Overall, this car is very
presentable and draws lots of praise and attention. The original black bucket seat console interior is in excellent
condition. The seats have a split on the bottoms at a seam. Door buzzer still works! All of the glass and trim is
in excellent condition.
The Drive Train is the Original and Numbers Matching L78 396/375hp Engine, Muncie M22 Transmission, and KF Code 12
Bolt Rear End. This car runs, sounds, and drives awesome! Engine does not smoke, overheat, or have any unusual
noises. Oil pressure runs between 30 and 60psi. I did note that the VIN on the transmission appears to have been
ground out and restamped (shown in pic) and I'm not sure why but it is likely a factory grind out due to a mistake
as transmission definitely appears to be original to the car. Dates are correct (shown in pic) and it works
flawlessly. Even the reverse lock works. Factory power steering and power disc brakes help it to steer and stop
with ease. Car has its original SS wheels and nearly new BF Goodrich T/A Radials.
The undercarriage on this El Camino is very clean, original, straight, solid, and rust free! Bed is in beautiful
shape as well.

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