This 1967 El Camino was owned by my good friend Aaron Sellars, owner of Pacific Fabrication (PAC FAB) in San Francisco, who unfortunately passed away in an off road accident. I was able to purchase the car from his family back in 2019 and have made it my goal to keep his memory alive with this vehicle and do all of the things he wanted with it. It was a street/strip style car when I got it powered by a warmed over 283 small block Cehvy, but I have slowly changed it over to a pretty capable pro-touring build that is essentially daily driven. It now has a 500hp 6.0L LQ4 running on Holley Terminator X, a TCI Streetfighter TH350 with a Gear Vendor Overdrive mated to the back of it, full level 3 QA1 suspension with double adjustable coilovers on all four corners, Baer Brakes 6 piston brakes all the way around, 18" Konig Wheels, and a full floater 9" rear end with 3.89 gears and a PowerTrax differential.
It currently has a Borgeson Universal #920040 quick ratio manual box, but I am planning to convert it to a quick ratio power steering box in the near future to take full advantage of the parts that are under this now very capable corner carver.