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1969 El Camino for sale (1/10)
 2/8/07 3:27pm
Red Vette-76
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MARYSVILLE, WA - USA

Vette(s):
1976 stingray, L48 COUPE, TH350 Automatic WITH A ZZ4 355 HP 350 C.I. MOTOR, 750 cfm HOLLY, EXTERIOR RED, INTERIOR BUCKSKIN, SMOKE BLACK GLASS TEE TOPS.


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I have my 1969 el camino for sale that I have owned for 3 years.  I'm selling her for $6,000 BUT I HAVE MORE THAN THAT INVESTED IN IT. I need the money for parts for my new baby a 1976 corvette!
The El Camino is a unique ride as it's painted in 1970 Mopar Plumb Crazy Purple. Many people turn their heads when I drive it around Everett in the spring time.
See the pics via this link.
If you are interested please contact me on this site.
Thanks


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1969 El Camino for sale (2/10)
 2/9/07 11:10am
Red Vette-76
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MARYSVILLE, WA - USA

Vette(s):
1976 stingray, L48 COUPE, TH350 Automatic WITH A ZZ4 355 HP 350 C.I. MOTOR, 750 cfm HOLLY, EXTERIOR RED, INTERIOR BUCKSKIN, SMOKE BLACK GLASS TEE TOPS.


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[QUOTE=Red Vette-76]I have my 1969 el camino for sale that I have owned for 3 years.  I'm selling her for $6,000 BUT I HAVE MORE THAN THAT INVESTED IN IT. I need the money for parts for my new baby a 1976 corvette!
The El Camino is a unique ride as it's painted in 1970 Mopar Plumb Crazy Purple. Many people turn their heads when I drive it around Everett in the spring time.
See the pics via this link.
If you are interested please contact me on this site.
Thanks
[/QUOTE] here are some details:
This price is VERY REASONABLE with what I have put into it. All new Chrome and No rust. Runs strong! Engine / Drive Train / Exhaust:
350 C.I. / 390 H.P / Comp 270H CAM / Barry Grant Speed DEMON 750cfm carb
TH350 Transmission w/ B&M 2400 Stall Converter and shift kit
Rear end - 3.55 Posi-traction
Boxed rear control arms
Headers w/ Flow master 2 1/2” dual exhausts and 3” Race Cutouts
Malibu trim package with Front split seat from Ford Ranger pickup
Tachometer, AM / FM / CD Player
Paint “1970 Mopar - Plum Crazy Purple, base coat / clear coat” 
 


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1969 El Camino for sale (3/10)
 7/12/07 1:34pm
Red Vette-76
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MARYSVILLE, WA - USA

Vette(s):
1976 stingray, L48 COUPE, TH350 Automatic WITH A ZZ4 355 HP 350 C.I. MOTOR, 750 cfm HOLLY, EXTERIOR RED, INTERIOR BUCKSKIN, SMOKE BLACK GLASS TEE TOPS.


Joined: 10/22/2006
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The El Camino is sold! Money will go into my vette for the new engine!Big%20smile

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1969 El Camino for sale (4/10)
 7/12/07 8:58pm
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North Charleston, SC - USA

Vette(s):
1975 L48 AT AC T-top


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Sounds Great Carl! Man you can go on an engine shopping spree now. Can't wait to hear what you buy. Keep us posted.

Scott
1969 El Camino for sale (5/10)
 7/12/07 9:09pm
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Bolivar, MO - USA

Vette(s):
1978 Indy Pace Car 4851 of 6502, Auto, L-48


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Cry Son of a B*%$# man why am I just seeing this post.  I would have bought that on the spot Carl.  I'm looking for a college graduation present for my son and he loves El Camino's.  Don't know how happy he would have been with a Plum Crazy car but who cares.  Oh well, revert to plan B, he gets my 2002 Hyundai. cilrah2007-07-12 18:09:44

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1969 El Camino for sale (6/10)
 7/16/07 6:33pm
Red Vette-76
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MARYSVILLE, WA - USA

Vette(s):
1976 stingray, L48 COUPE, TH350 Automatic WITH A ZZ4 355 HP 350 C.I. MOTOR, 750 cfm HOLLY, EXTERIOR RED, INTERIOR BUCKSKIN, SMOKE BLACK GLASS TEE TOPS.


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Well Scott, I bought a new GM ZZ4 350/ 355 hp long block and added a new 750 Holy and High performace water and fule pump to it. I'm going to pull the original motor this Sunday and put the tranny and radiator in the shop for reconditioning. Since the new motor putts out close to twice the HP as the old motor and 405 pounds of torque at 3200 rpms I think it's best to beef up the 350 turbo tranny while it out as well. I just got the new torgue thruster II wheels and goodrich tires on her so she really looks nice! Now with the new engine and rebuilt tranny I believe I will really have a nice ride when it's all done. I will post new pics in SeptemberSmile 

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1969 El Camino for sale (7/10)
 7/16/07 7:08pm
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North Charleston, SC - USA

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1975 L48 AT AC T-top


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Outstanding choice Carl. That's the exact package I am considering for my 75, if I don't have the original engine rebuilt. Of course I will keep all of the stock stuff if I go with the crate engine. I want to here about the installation, if it is fairly straight forward or if any modifications are required. Please remember to document as much as possible. That will really help the rest of us out when we are ready to tackle this project. Thanks of the update.

Scott
1969 El Camino for sale (8/10)
 7/16/07 8:03pm
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Greensburg, IN - USA

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Previous: 1984 Silver / Charcoal Coupe, 1988 Maroon Coupe / 1989 Artic White / Mod. Red Int. Coupe, Present:1976 Stingray Black / Black, Auto, 350 slightly modified (355 hp) Luxor Wires Redline Tires. / 2001 Speedway White Vert, Torch Red Int, LS1, Auto.


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That sure was a nice El Camino Carl! I have always thought they were very kewl. My cousin had one that he used to trailer out Moto X bikes with. It was a bitchin sight as a total package!

Good Luck with the new ZZ4 . Let us know how it's goin as you move along...


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1969 El Camino for sale (9/10)
 7/23/07 3:18pm
Red Vette-76
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MARYSVILLE, WA - USA

Vette(s):
1976 stingray, L48 COUPE, TH350 Automatic WITH A ZZ4 355 HP 350 C.I. MOTOR, 750 cfm HOLLY, EXTERIOR RED, INTERIOR BUCKSKIN, SMOKE BLACK GLASS TEE TOPS.


Joined: 10/22/2006
Posts: 129

Well I finally removed the old motor and tranny last night. It worked out well after I found a few items still attached and unhooked them (power steering hoses, ground wires and one of the tranny cooling lines I missed).
I had to remove the engine from the passenger side with the wheel removed in order to position the hoist leggs around the jack stands. Also I discovered that the passenger side engine mount bolt couldn't be removed without first removing the fuel pump. I found that with the right front wheel removed that there is a hole in the fender skirt that will allow a socket with extention to align with the fuel pump bolts to remove the pump!Wink I hope these little hints will help someone in the future.  Also removing all the schields is a must and I won't be putting them back on the new engine. 
Now I will take the radiator, tranny and tranny cooling unit to the shop for rebuild while I start the cleaning of the engine bay.Dead 


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1969 El Camino for sale (10/10)
 7/23/07 5:29pm
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North Charleston, SC - USA

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1975 L48 AT AC T-top


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I envy you Carl. Thanks for the update. Please keep us updated on the project.
 
Scott
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