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1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS

A redesigned A-body platform translated into a longer wheelbase for Chevrolet's 1968 El Camino. Sales went up by 20 percent to 41,791 – a new high for the car. That record then soared to more than 57,000 in 1972, the last year for the Coke-bottle-shaped Chevelle body that had debuted four years before.

Popularity of V-8 engines was on the rise, and by 1969, 94 percent of that year's El Camino run was ordered with either a small-block or big-block. The latter group consisted of the SS 396 rendition, introduced the year before. Like its Malibu-based counterpart, the SS 396 El Camino came standard with a blacked-out grille, bulging hood and a 325-horsepower 396-cid Mk IV V-8. Again like its passenger-car cousin, the Super Sport El Camino appeared in two forms in 1970: an SS 396 and SS 454. Most prized in the latter ranks were the super-rare LS6 version and their 450 wild horses.

This very special truck must be seen to be appreciated. Powered by a 454 cid engine matched to an automatic transmission, it features PPG Le Mans Blue base/clear paint. it includes factory air conditioning and heater, plus power disc brakes, power steering, a new exhaust, new tires, new interior, 12-bolt rear end and new wiring harness

Engine

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
454 V8
Fuel Specification

Body

Body Color
LEMANS BLUE
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Doors
2
Paint Type

Basic

Year
1970
Make
Chevrolet
Model
El Camino
Miles
87

Interior

Interior Color
Black
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console
No
Engine Size
454 V8
Transmission Type
AUTO
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Miles
87
Vin
136800L174607
Stock
P0052

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