69 El Camino

69 El Camino Owned/submitted by:
Dan Jackson

From:
City Unknown., State/Province Unknown, United States

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Specifications:
  • 402 Bored 30 Over.
  • New Turbo 400.
History:


This car was a wreck and it took two years and $12,000 dollars to get it this nice.

Here’s some pictures including a “before” Picture. The 69 started out as a wreck basically. I obtained another 69 body with a six cylinder and a standard transmission on the column.

The shell wasn’t too bad so I combined the two cars. The white one is a true SS and donated countless parts to the restoration. I put a 402 bored 30 over and a new turbo 400 in it. It also has tilt steering and front disc brakes.

The Rear End is a twelve bolt from a 70 model El Camino. The original SS body had an interior fire and will make an OK race car. It took two years to get it finished.

My Ride’s Pictures:
69 El Camino Description of Picture on the Left:
This 69 El Camino Front Pic shows the beautiful lines of this half Car half Truck. On this Pic you can hardly tell if it’s a Car or a Truck. Click on the Pic to enlarge.
Description of Picture on the Right:
This 69 El Camino Pic shows the powerful 402 Bored 30 Over Engine of this Car/Truck. Take a look at how new and clean it looks. Click on the Pic to enlarge.
69 El Camino
69 El Camino Description of Picture on the Left:
This 69 El Camino Side Pic shows how nice and long these Car looking Trucks were (are). If you didn’t know this was a Truck you wouldn’t be able to tell from this Pic. Click Pick to enlarge.
Description of Picture on the Right:
This 69 El Camino Left Front Pic shows a different Front view of this Car/Truck. This beauty looks great, specially considering that it was built from two. Please click on the Pic to enlarge.
69 El Camino
69 El Camino Description of Picture on the Left:
This 69 El Camino Front Pic shows how this Car/Truck looked during restoration. What a difference between the Truck on this Pic and how it turned out after restored. Click to enlarge.

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