Mostly unknown, except previous owner had it for 14 years and only drove it 700 miles. He left it pretty much untouched from the late 1990's.
1969 Chevrolet El Camino (Gray)
1972 Chevelle 350 bored 30 over, dished pistons, new stock vortec heads, 9.4:1 compression, Comp xe-262 hydraulic flat tappet cam, Edelbrock performer vortec intake, modified 1981 Quadrajet, points ignition, stock exhaust manifolds. Not dynoed, but should have the potential of 350-375 hp. Hooked to a stock dual bolt pattern TH350, and stock 10 bolt open 2.73 rear. Minor changes planned for the engine, and will eventually put a 200-4r and 3.73 gears.
Mostly stock and looks it's age. For some reason it has a 1971 steering wheel. Small aftermarket gauges to keep an eye on the engine.
Re-painted gray at some point, originally white. 1968 bumper and grill, 1970-1972 tailgate. Pretty basic, clean look. Going to be white and have a 1969 nose again.
1970's Sears AM/FM 8-track, connected to the in dash speaker just so it will work if needed. Going back to stock once I find a factory radio.
Stock rebuild with Moog components, KYB gas-a-just shocks all around, BMR 1" lowering springs in back, 2" in front. Boxed lower control arms front and rear.
Wheel and Tire
Wheel Vintiques 14x7" stock type wheels, original dog dish hub caps, cheapy blackwall radial tires, P205-75R 14.