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I mainly like the early 1970's Gm line up..everything from 1970-1972 looks great.
I can't usually afford the SS models that I'd love to own..so I tend to by the stepchild versions.
I've recently purchased a 1974 El Camino classic...waiting for shipment from the West coast.
Supposedly 350/350 transmission version.
I owned a 73 454 that was quite useful.
Looking for info has not led to much.
Any books you guys can recommend?
Looking for options...how many were produced...etc.
I like to research exactly what I have.
I won't be receiving the car for a few weeks...chomping at the bit for another project.:beer:
 

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A good book is the
Catalog of Chevelle,Malibu & El Camino ID numbers 1964-87
Like this !

 

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