1984 Chevrolet El Camino Review Ratings
1984 Chevrolet El Camino Review
it was a very unique car
the paint job was horrible (color wise)
1984 Chevy El Camino Project Car — i bought this with the intention of building it from the groun d up as a street/strip car. it had a 305 v8 with a th350 auto tranny. i owned it for about 9 months and tore the car completey apart minus taking the body off the frame. the rear half of the body was all rotted and beyond repair so i decided to sell it for parts. i will by one of these again sometime and build it the way i have wanted to.
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Business In The Front, Party In The Back!
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