1964 el camino
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Austin, Texas, United States
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1964 Chevrolet El Camino El camino
I'm selling this 1964 el Camino as a parts car, there will be a bill of sale from me that goes with the car, the orig title has been lost. I looked up the Vin and I have all the info on this el Camino, last registered in 2000, and I believe the owner has past away. It is very easy to get a bonded title, almost as easy as going to DMV with a title and transferring it into your name.The cost will be cheap compared to paying the taxes on a new car transfer.As far as the condition of this ca, I think it's great, the reason why is because I do bodywork on classic cars at real shops and get paid to cut up good condition classics and hot rods and make them better. So what ever is messed up on the el camino I usually redo those areas anyway on most restorations.The good thing about this el Camino is that it is a factory 4 speed car. Factory black outside pain, red interior color. It has a red paint job over the orig black. And it has been painted black over the red on the inside a long time ago. The rear quarter panels are cut around wheel wells for big slicks and looks horrible. Needs lower quarter sections on both side, also needs outer wheel house's both sides. The fire wall was modified for L S motor or maybe a set back for drag racing or ? The trans tunnel is kinda high too, it was a horrible job who ever did it. Needs new floors and firewall. It has a factory floor shift 1964 stearing column, and also has the clutch pedal assembly as well. The factory 10 bolt is there and rolls. Drum brakes all around. There really isn't any rust holes on lower windshield area, it's kinda nice, the rear lower windshield seams to be solid but might need the patch after its sand blasted. The bed floor is not rusted or dente, just a few dings on wheel tubs in bed. The doors are good and solid. Front clip is great. It will be a good car to rebuild, or drag ca, or parts car. It's pretty much a rolling shell. No motor or trans. Feel free to ask questions.