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1968 El Camino For Sale $5,000

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by colobiggun, Nov 26, 2009.

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    1968 El Camino fo sale that is all original except for the three speed automatic transmission. It has a strong 327 engine. Car was redone in 1994, but has sat since. It has been in our family since 1969. It is currently sitting outside, wasting away and needs a home where someone will appreciate it. PM me with any questions or offers. Delivery is possible if we can come to agreeable terms. $5,000.00 obo.
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    Can you do some more photos so we know what you have there? Does it have AC and PS? Thanks, Rick
     
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    I will get more photos. It does have power steering, but not A/C. More photos to follow (after duck hunting this weekend).
     
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    The most comfortable series of El Caminos ever made. Does it have disc brakes? I had one Elky in this series and one a '78. The '78 was light and fast and uncomfortable and I ran a warmed over 350 and 4-speed. Fast, crude, and wouldn't stop. Now the earlier series, I had a '72, that was a comfortable car..and had much better brakes, not as flexible, etc. Ah the potential..like with a 502 crate motor, nice paint and interior, and maybe some suspension upgrades and or bigger brakes?
     
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    Please e-mail me with pics and a history --Thanks,Dennis.
     
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