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1977 Chevrolet El Camino

Sale price: $19,900.00 make an offer

Car location: West Milford, New Jersey, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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1977 Chevrolet El Camino for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.25) based on 55 votes

1977 Chevrolet El Camino Classic

I am retiring, moving to Florida and selling my cars.

Gorgeous Arizona Car

Frame off restoration 

Will consider trades of equal value. Looking for 1971-73 Buick Boattails.

This beautiful El Camino has been an Arizona garage kept vehicle for most of its life.

Original drivetrain, body panels, floorboards, glass, trim, emblems, bumpers, etc. - it is a mostly original restored 1977 El Camino.  Has not had any rust and certainly does not have any now. It has Chassis Saver underneath; on the suspension parts, floorboards, inside the frame, on top, all the little crevices, etc.  Paint is factory GM Ermine White but in BC/CC so it will resist the elements quite well, some bodywork to smooth out panels.  Bedliner for proper bed use.

This is the Classic Trim (highest available) AND equipped with the largest engine for the year, 3-speed automatic transmission and a posi-traction rear end.  Manual windows, locks and seats. Factory basic radio and dummy lights but has mechanical gauges in place of the factory clock and a tachometer. New radio in box included (not installed) included. The entire drivetrain (engine/transmission/driveshaft/rear end) was rebuilt within a few years of each other but all have the same 2000 miles put on since completion. No expense spared!!

Engine is the 350/5.7l small block now at 355ci. Transmission is the TH350 auto. Rear end is the 8.5inch 10 bolt.  All were stock rebuilds with some minor performance improvements.

Most, if not all, wear items were replaced with new name brand stuff:

Brakes - calipers, rotors, hubs, pads, rubber lines, shoes, springs, wheel cylinder, master cylinderSuspension/Chassis - shocks, rubber suspension bushings, rubber body mounts, tires, pitman arm, driveshaft jointsElectrical/Ignition - bulbs, sockets, some wiring, HEI distributor, ceramic spark plug wires, shorty spark plugs, battery, alternator, starterCooling - radiator, water pump, hoses, thermostat, hatHVAC - compressor, condenser, lines, oscillator/dryer, switches, blower motorBody - weather-stripping and seals, hinges, mirror glass, wipers, cowl vent, door bumpersEngine/Fuel - Fuel pump, harmonic balancer, v belts, rebuilt 600cfm carb, throttle springs, fuel tank, rubber hose linesInterior - steering wheel, carpet, headliner, speakers, door panel vinyl, window cranks, locks, seats, dash pad, sun visorsLots of new bolts and all new fluids/filters.  Lots of small stuff replaced as well.


Matching aluminum raised intake with torque converter and camshaft/valvetrain, higher compression pistons, SFI flexplate, shift kit and valve body, gated lockout floor shifter, tach with shift light, phonelic carb spacer and mesh air filter, ceramic long tube headers, true dual exhaust with H-pipe, rear sway bar, rear air shocks, 3.73 gears, Sanden style A.C. compressorThis generation is the largest of the El Camino generations at nearly 4000 pounds and 18 feet long.  It has a fully boxed and quite heavy perimeter frame, light-impact shock absorbing bumpers, a 26 gallon fuel tank, front disc brakes with rear drums, 4-link rear suspension with coil springs at all corners and upper/lower A-Arms up front.  No computers or any of that.

This was a pretty detailed project - parts were rebuilt and bake painted while being put together so that everything continues to both function and look nice for a while to come.  Lots of chromed stuff throughout.  Doors close solid, door handles are firm and feel great, switches function with their appropriate clicking sounds, steering is straight, comfortable ride, etc.

It has undergone a five-year long frame-off restoration that was completed nearly a year ago.  Since then it has gone roughly 2000 miles of occasional weekend drives and reliability testing.  Before restoration started it was in original, good shape and did not need a restoration.  Goal was to make it one of the best in condition and a nice cruiser with a little bit more 'positive feel' in its driving experience. NJ title in hand. Copy of Arizona title available upon request.

More pictures can be seen here: Click here for more photos

I am listing this car on behalf of a family member.  You can contact him directly at 201.247.9437 (no text, phone call only) or at [email protected] with any questions.  Or you can contact me through the auction and I will forward your question to him. 

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All inspections of vehicle must be done prior to end of auction, all sales are final! We strongly suggest you arrange for an inspection.

Seller reserves the right to reject bidders with negative feedback and to end the auction early.

This vehicle is being sold as is, there is with no warranty, expressed written or implied.  Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type.  It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgment solely.  The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale.  Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.


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