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1968 Chevrolet Chevy El Camino 383 Stroker - 700R4 - 12 Bolt W/ Posi

Mullet - Business in Front - Party in Rear BODY TYPE
383 Stroker ENGINE
Gasoline FUEL

1968 Chevrolet El Camino 134 VIN Description:

Car is from CA. I moved it to AZ about a year ago and just registered in it AZ. About half of the time I have had this it has been garaged, the other half it has been stored outside under a cover. I would estimate to have over $40k into this car.
I am not sure what the actual miles on the car is.
At one point I had a detailed list of all the stuff done to it, but that computer crashed and I lost that file. This ride has huge potential for someone who can tune the engine and the suspension.

Car runs rough right now and needs to be tuned. It leaks, I think from the valve covers. It has nicks in the paint. The paint looks great from 10+ feet away but it is over 10 years old and single stage so it has some chips here and there, see photos.

The car was originally off white and was painted tangerine with a pearl base by the previous owner.

I love this ride and don't want to sell but I never drive it and I need the space.

I got it from the grandson of the original owner about 9 years ago. Immediately, I dumped a ton of money and time into it.

Less than 1500 miles on drive train since it was installed.

Stuff it has:

Badass 383 stroker with Brodix IK200 heads. March Serpentine belt system, dual optima batteries with isolater (for stereo I never installed), under the hood was painted when I had the motor out, but it is currently dusty from being outside. I believe the motor has over $10k into it alone.
This will roast the (old) tires through second gear, but cruises on the highway at 2000 rpms (roughly) at about 75mph.

700R4 Transmission, built and installed 100% by Bowtie Overdrives out of Hesperia, CA - their most expensive tranny with a corvette servo, the thing shifts very hard. I think it has a 1800-2000rpm stall converter but I don't remember.
12 bolt rear end with a eaton posi unit, axles were replaced with superior axles 3:83 gears.
Custom drive shaft with 1350 heavy duty u-joints
New tires, drag radials in rear, still have stickers on them.
Tubular lower rear Control arms, adjustable upper control arms.
Recaro seats out of a subaru WRX with Sparco 4-point harnesses
Painless wiring harness (re-wired), reverse lights are not hooked up.
Interior and paint were done before I bought it

Things I wanted to do but never got around to:
Seam seal the floor pan. The previous owner replaces the floor pan and didn't seam seal it.
Install hydro boost with power disc brakes
Install after market fuel injection
Install insane stereo.
Replace mounts between the body and frame.


Item location:Yuma, Arizona, United States
Model:El Camino
Type:Mullet - Business in Front - Party in Rear
Trim:134 VIN
Color:Tangerine with Pearl
Interior color:Black
Engine:383 Stroker
Drive type:RWD
Drive side:Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title:Clean