Here is one immaculate 1959 Chevy El Camino Pro Street truck, which was sold few years ago at Texas Best Motorcycles. Over $100,000 were invested into the build and it won a GoodGuy’s Nats award. It has a mirror finish two-tone paint job with airbrush work by Rodney Hutchison and rides on 15-inch Torque Thrust wheels. It has air ride springs, 2-inch drop spindles in the front and coilovers with 4-link from Peyton Chassis.
The beautiful 1959 Chevy El Camino custom interior is done by Craig Ward and has leather console, Dakota Digital gauges inside the factory bezels and Billet Specialties steering wheel. The Dave Plubell built dual quad 409 V8 engine came from a ’62 Chevy and makes 425 horsepower on pump gas controlled by Lenco 4-speed with McLeod two disc clutch. Of course, this isn’t a daily driver, but I believe you’ll appreciate the work done to it.
Check out the walkaround video to see more of this Pro Street 1959 Chevy El Camino!