Stk. 1723 1985 Chevrolet El Camino
In Spanish, the name El Camino means "The Road". Originally built as a coupe utility vehicle in 1959, the El Camino was conceived as a response to the Ford Ranchero. The first model run of cars lasted only one year but Chevrolet resumed El Camino production in 1964 based on the Chevelle platform. Who knew that the El Camino would go on to spawn five generations of vehicles? Our 1985 model is part of the fifth and final generation that eventually ended in 1987. Also, if you examine its VIN tag, you will discover that by its first digit, the number 3, and its eleventh digit, the letter S that it was produced in Mexico in the town of Ramos Arizpe, which makes this a genuine Conquistador model. Wearing a seven year old coat of Light Blue (Code 25) and Dark Blue (Code 26), it still has that freshly painted glimmer to it. Take a peek inside and you will be pleased to find its original Royal Blue cloth and vinyl interior looking as good as new. This was a highly optioned car when new with desirable items like air conditioning, tilt and power steering, power brakes, power windows, power door locks, AM/FM stereo radio and cruise control. Under the hood resides the original H-Code, 305 cubic inch V-8, coupled to its original, smooth shifting 200-4R turbo hydramatic transmission and stock rear end. You can be sure with only 90,000 original miles on the clock that this smooth riding El Camino has plenty of road left to roll under its wheels. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"