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Chevelle and El Camino Car Show Video

This special car and truck event video includes:

  • interviews with owners of featured cars, including restoration stories and tips (details below)
  • highlights from the show including awards and the "hour of power"
  • nearly 200 Chevelles and El Caminos attended the show!



1959 El Camino, pro-street, 454, 871 blower, 610 hp, 700-R transmission, full custom interior, nine-year project, featured on ESPN2, Hot Rod Magazine TV, and in Chevy High Performance Magazine

1960 El Camino, 348, tri-power, turbo 350 transmission, disc brakes

1964 Chevelle, one-owner, silver on black, original vanity mirror with original comb : )

1964 Chevelle Malibu SS, 396 bored 60 over (408), 292 cam, aluminum pistons, steel crank, balanced and blueprinted

1964 Chevelle SS, blue, custom wheels

1965 El Camino, 327, stock transmission, flame-thrower kit

1965 Chevelle 2-door wagon, 1 of 1668 built, 496, Edelbrock heads, blower, fuel injection, Richmond 6-speed, Air Technology air bags, leather interior

1965(?) El Camino, black, cargo cover, custom "bow tie" tail lights cut into the rear bumper

1966 El Camino, 283, bored 30 over, mid-range cam, balanced, modified suspension, red

1966 Chevelle, 327, complete restoration

1967 Chevelle SS, 396, 4-speed, dark blue on black

1968 Chevelle SS, 396, 375 hp, convertible

1969 Chevelle, 307, custom color (burnt orange), door jam murals, custom wheels

1969 Chevelle Malibu, original owner, 235,000 miles

1969 Chevelle, 350 Target motor, Turbo-Hydromatic transmission, lowered 3" in front and 1.5" in the rear

1970 Chevelle SS, purchased for $400, full restoration, "lipstick" red

1970 El Camino, tinted windows, red

1970 El Camino, custom leather interior, green

1971 Chevelle convertible, 454 Turbojet, 365 hp, red with whited stripes

1972 Chevelle Malibu wagon, 1970 front end, 454, 400 transmission, original AC, power brakes/seat/windows/locks, tilt steering, 3-year frame-off restoration, powder-coated frame and suspension

1972 El Camino, running on propane when he bought it, full restoration, red and white

1983 Conquista, 1989 throttle-body fuel injected 350, 700 R4 transmission, Monte Carlo dash, all new suspension

Dozens of other dozens of other Chevelles and El Caminos appear throughout the video, in the "hour of power," and in several music montages.


This Southern California car show event was organized by the Southern California Chevelle Camino Club.

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