1971 Chevrolet El Camino Restomod

Fort Worth, TX 76137
United States

1971 Chevrolet
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A custom/comfy interior, an overdrive transmission, and hardy suspension upgraded with four-wheel disc brakes, all come together in one slick package to make this 1971 Chevrolet El Camino Restomod. But what you're going to love the most is a fully-built Dart motor that gives you serious big block displacement in a small block package.

This is quite a custom classic, and the paint is your first indication. Opal Sage is a distinct gray/green color that not only sets this one apart .....
for its tone, but also for the nice metallic element that loves to radiate in the sunshine. Plus there's a terrific set of silver stripes painted on top that are a unique take on the SS-style units, but now drawing added attention to the cowl induction hood. Full-length trim, bright chrome bumpers, and a full tonneau cover over the bed give this the right look of a quality classic that was also made to be driven. But you also know something more is going on here. Those Billet Specialties racing-style wheels and wide Mickey Thompson rear tires hint at the big power within (more on that in a moment.)

The interior is built for both comfort and speed. That starts with an upgraded set of dual bucket seats. The modern bolstering means it keeps you planted better and it also provides all-day comfort. You'll also appreciate the AM/FM/cassette stereo, upgraded subwoofer speakers, and air conditioning (it may need servicing to blow colder/stronger.) And there were also investments to make this a better performance driver. You have an upgraded sports steering wheel, Hurst shifter, and added gauges - including a large column-mounted tach.

Lift the hoods for the best upgrade of them all. This is a Dart Little M short block. It means you get this iconic 427 cubic-inch big block displacement, but in a lighter small block package. It's a fully built package with a Bullet Racing camshaft, AFR 227 Eliminator Race-Ready heads, and Edelbrock air gap intake, a four-barrel carburetor, and long tube headers feeding into an X-pipe dual exhaust. It's a serious power package, and you even have provisions for exhaust cutouts to let the thunder roar. A strong motor also needs the right pieces to get all this power to the ground. That starts with a Performance Built Level 3 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. It's an overdrive unit that's also rated stout enough for 900 horsepower. There's even a Freak Show Performance 3500 RPM stall. This feeds a 12-bolt rear with Trick Flow diff cover. There are also reinforced rear arms with Lakewood traction bars. Plus, there's power steering and power four-wheel disc brakes.

Complete with the build receipts, this is a big power machine that also has a thoughtful all-around style. So if you love a classic with power and substance, you can't miss this El Camino. Call today!!!

Fort Worth TX 76137
United States
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