The El Camino originated in Australia in the 1930ís. Ford Australia was the first to build this classic car in 1934. Its
purpose was was to carry fodder for the livestock while being usable it for more formal occasions like driving to
church. being an instant hit in its native country this vintage car was quickly adopted in America under the name
Ranchero. As an answer to this Chevy did not hesitate to manufacture the El Camino two years later in the U.S. In its
first year the El Camino sold 8000 more cars than its competitor. this success story was the reason the El Camino
production outlasted the Ranchero by 8 years. This third generation model is the last one to havethe top line 454 SS
engine, with 450 horsepower 650N and the outstanding TH400 turbo hydramatic transmission. Its top speed is 169
km/h that enabled it ti make a quarter mile in just 13 seconds. This was an unprecedented record among platform
trucks of the time. I have now resurrected a part of automoble history with this old timer. This is an original 454 SS El
Camino completely updated. Includes every luxurious option imaginable, from power steering, servo disc brakes,
cruise control, air conditioning, power windows and individual seats. The engine block and diferential gear has
been fully upgraded the later even got a new rim clamp. The paintjob is as unique as the vintage car itself. While I
was taking the car apart for repairs I found a document by Oklahoma rsident Dave Evans about the carís renewal.
This old timer would make an excellent addition to any muscle car collection.
Upon your request We arrange the FIVA†international†qualification of the†automobile.