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  1. El Camino
    This appears to be a well-worn topic, but I have a 1969 El Camino that could be a real SS or a clone, I really can't tell. I'm aware that for '68 the SS can be verified by VIN and that for '69 it was a performance option and therefore only verifiable from the build sheet, but I can't find the...
  2. Troubleshooting
    Hello, this is my first post. I bought a 76 Elco this summer and runs like a top and is my daily driver. The previous owner took good care of it from what I could tell. Had all the windows done. Cabin has a nice suction when the doors close. Said he went all around the interior and sealed...
  3. Restoration Corner
    Hello everyone, I hope I picked the right place here. My 1964 El Camino came with most of the emblems / nameplates missing and I just got a set of the missing quarter panel nameplates and the chevrolet letters for the tailgate. Since the car was "cleaned" before I got it, it is missing all the...
  4. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Does anyone know the difference between 1970 coupe, elcamino, and station wagon rear springs and how to identify each? Oliver
  5. What's it worth?
    1964 El being sold because right front fender, bumper and lighting on that side wiped out from an accident. Frame not bent only replacement parts needed. I'm estimating about $500-700 in parts to get it right. Car has an original 327, 4 spd and is a California car. It has some...
  6. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    My '66 EC has factory air shocks. They need replaced. Are there any compatible replacement air shocks in the marketplace or do we have to re-rig the air supply line connections, etc.? Anyone done this before? Appreciate any help, really want to keep the originality of the car. Schenck66EC
  7. Reflections

    Another show, another day of detailing
  8. Day, Week and Monthly Rates

    Just kidding... but couldn't pass up the photo op
  9. What's it worth? I cringed. I suppose it would be fun to add some more photos of "laugh or cringe" Chevelles etc here... if you got 'em. Donc'ed wheels, etc...?
  10. American Auto Wire
    Do you have a 1968-1972 Chevelle station wagon or El Camino? Wondering why we don’t make a Classic Update series kit for you? Well, fear not, because we do. You can use our 1968-1969 Chevelle (part# 510158) and 1970-1972 Chevelle (part# 510105) Classic Update kits with this El Camino and...
  11. 1969 SS 396 - Rochester, MN

    This is my 1969 SS 396 el Camino that I have owned for 30 years
  12. 383 Chevy Stroker----600hp Race engines with an attitude
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