This 1971 Chevrolet El Camino SS Tribute does a terrific job of delivering a total package. It has sleek paint on the outside, a comfy interior with A/C, and a crate small block V8 has been built to deliver a nice upgrade in power and rumble. This one has been upgraded nicely to deliver a proper Super Sport attitude. The front end gives an intimidating first impression with hood pins and silver Super Sport stripes that highlight the cowl induction hood. Black paint is always great to up the intimidation factor, but there's also more going on here. You can tell they took their time to get the panels right and then took their time with a quality application. So the result is both dark and radiant. The whole package is finished off with bright Rally wheels, full trim, and polished chrome bumpers. So while the truck bed in the back adds to the versatility, we really know you just want it because this one is a head-turner. The interior is just as dark as the exterior. There has been a nice investment in the seat, door panels, headliner, and carpeting to make sure you feel comfortable in this full black package. While you can fit three people across, we all really know this El Camino is geared toward the driver. That's why the dash is oriented around you. It has all the right pieces, including an upgraded Retrosound radio with aux input, auxiliary readouts, and the sporty SS gauges that include a large speedo and tach. And of course, cold-blowing R134a air conditioning makes every trip an easy one. The engine bay has the look of investment, right down to details like the hood hinges. So you'll love showing off this motor. There's plenty of shine off components like the air topper, alternator, and fittings. Plus, the valve covers are painted black to coordinate with the car while also using bright orange details to match the block. More than just look nice, you have some pretty nice power. This 350 cubic-inch crate V8 has the right go-fast goodies like a Demon four-barrel carburetor, Weiand aluminum intake, and long tube headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. While this whole package looks mean, this El Camino is quite enjoyable to drive. That's thanks to the newer bushings, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a three-speed automatic transmission. The sale comes complete with nice extras, like a car cover, additional trim, brochures, service manual, and the owner's manual. This is the sharp and dark El Camino that has already had the hard work done. So it's time for you to come and twist the key on this total package classic. Call today!