It has undergone a five-year long frame-off (non-rotisserie) restoration that was completed nearly a year ago. Since then it has gone roughly 2000 miles of occasional weekend drives and reliability testing. Before he started, it was in original good shape and did not need a restoration, but he wanted something 'very nice.' Sort of lost interest over the years and now that it is completed, he is selling it. He is fairly motivated and will help arrange shipping throughout the states. This generation seems to be climbing in value more quickly than most according to NADA, especially for excellent examples; he would attribute that to the lack of aftermarket support and actual quality examples available, but says he's certainly not an expert. This generation is the largest of the El Camino generations at nearly 4000 pounds and 18 feet long. It has a fully boxed and quite heavy perimeter frame, light-impact shock absorbing bumpers, a 26 gallon fuel tank, front disc brakes with rear drums, 4-link rear suspension with coil springs at all corners and upper/lower A-Arms up front. No computers or any of that yet. Another fun fact he found out while working on it: there is a lot more changes in form and body lines on this car than he once knew. Please go to ClassicCarDeals.com to view the full description! Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 ** FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.