Chevrolet El Camino PIRATE EL CAMINO
About my car
This is my driver, sorry for the dirty motor, like I said I drive it. Motor Is a 350 4 bolt main with a 383 STROKER kit connected to a Turbo 400, 3 speed automatic Trans.2 MSD Multi Spark Controllers W/rev limiter one live and one static for quick swap troubleshooting . MSD distributor, and 2 MSD coils. 10.2 MM super coil plug wires W/ polished aluminum. Sure fit looms Holly 750 CFM Double pumper with 5" polished aluminum butterfly style intake. Polished Aluminum intake manifold and clear Valve covers. Isky 280 cam, Edlebrock E-street aluminum heads with 1.5 gold anodized roller rockers. SB 400 main crank and harmonic balance. pro-balanced flywheel. 8" duel diaphragm chrome power booster W/ chrome Master cylinder. 9" Disk brakes cross drilled and gas slotted in front and 11" drum on the back Custom coil over bag air ride rear suspension with 3:73 Rear differential. Tubular control arms with coil over shock suspension in front. Every ball joint, tie rod end, and bushing, including Center link, stabilizer arm, and 1 1/2" anti sway bar. Duel 2 & 1/2 " master flow pipes and mufflers and hooker headers. Bucket race seats with 2 ½” 5 point race harness. New carpet, new headliner, comes with 1 15 lb tank of NOS. Plumbing complete, wiring needs finished. Never used. 140 amp alt. New pro start High torque starter New Good Year 10.5" radials on back 7.5 on front custom roll cage. custom rear window Red Top 6 pack battery. 7 and 1/2 quart oil pan with high flow pump and proper dipstick. Because it should be......
I have always wanted a hot rod. I have a friend that goes by the moniker "Bandit", He is a artist with tagging buildings and such. He wanted to go to a art symposium in Chicago but couldn't afford the trip. So I asked him to tag my car and I would fund his trip. The mechanical rebuild of the car is all me. I love turning wrenches and over the last 10 years I have replaced, or rebuilt 90% of it.
- This car was made in 1966 and I've driven it since 2008
- The Chevrolet El Camino (2nd Gen) was in production from 1964 to 1967