This 1969 Chevy El Camino had the full pro/street treatment. Complete with a ladder bar rear suspension with a Fab 9 rear and 3.73:1 gears which spins the massive 32×18.5 rear tires. Added up front was a custom front stub, including rack-and-pinion steering, tubular upper and lower ‘A’ arms, and coil-over shocks. Wilwood disc brakes at the corners give this ’69 plenty of stopping power. A 496 cubic inch big block tapped by an 871 billet supercharger is the engine for this El Camino build.

A Turbo 400 transmission with 3,500 rpm stall converter is on the receiving end of all this power. A custom fabricated oval 4” stainless steel exhaust system expels the spent gases. For added safety, the build also included a custom 12-point roll cage with new sheet metal flares throughout. Finished with a powder coating by PCT, this El Camino is in peak shape.