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About this 1965 El Camino
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The engine is a 1964 283 with GM casting number "3959532" and date coded "A 34" decoding to Jan. 3, 1964, it has "Powerpack" heads with casting number "3884520" Date stamped "B 284" translating to Feb.28, 1964 the engine has chrome valve covers, air cleaner, pulley, and other assorted chrome parts, it also has a rebuilt 4 barrel quadrajet from a 1968 327ci. with Dynomax headers and dual exhaust with the H pipe.
The transmission is a freshly rebuilt (less than 50 miles) longtail turbo 350 along with a new torque convertor and a custom balanced driveshaft.
The rearend is coded "CW 1216 B" and would have been manufactured on Dec. 16 in Buffalo, it is a 12 bolt with 3:31 gears.
Custom tri-color Basecoat/clearcoat urethane paintjob.
I also have another engine included with this vehicle, it is a 1961 283ci with GM Casting number "3756519" with the "Powerpack" heads.
The truck was originally Ermine White - code CC, interior is code 750 A - which was Turquoise, the present interior has a black dash and trim, black door panels with gray plush carpet, although it could use a headliner.
Some of the new parts:
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