427 cui / 459 HP / 475 ft-lbs torque Big Block Chevy (’69 Vette cast #3955270) with mild cam and roller rockers. 5 speed Tremec transmission. 12 bolt rear end with 3.73 Easton posi-traction. Painted 3 coats PPG Black with Blue Frost Pearl and custom side / hood accents. Vintage Air A/C with polished Sanden compressor. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. KYB shocks. Hotchkis front / rear sway bar. Hotchkis 4 link rear suspension. Polished Edelbrock Performer intake. Holley Street Avenger 770 carburetor. MSD pro billet distributor / ignition. Chrome dress kit. Steel braided lines. Sweet Thunder dual exhaust with ceramic coated headers. Tilted column with 3-spoke SS steering wheel. Factory gauge package with in-dash tachometer. Power windows. Remote driver-side mirror. Tinted glass. American Auto wiring. Tuxedo Mercedes Benz carpet. Padded dash. Custom center console painted with Autometer gauges. Sony AM/FM/CD/Aux stereo. Custom Craftex tonneau cover with Chevy vinyl bow tie. 15″ SS wheels by “Wheels Vintiques” with BFGoodrich Radial T/A’s. Comes with receipts, dyno sheet, and pics of build. Showing 9,074 miles on complete frame-off restoration.
Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any 1969 Chevrolet El Camino for sale in our inventory. General Motors never made an El Camino SS 427, but if the likes of Don Yenko had an idea it’d probably be in-line with this performance custom build for