614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Mesa , Arizona
Slick paint, big block power, and an upgraded suspension create serious street machine. So look over all the details on this low-mileage 1971 Chevrolet El Camino.
The Silver Mint Metallic paint is part of a more recent application. So it gives off a terrific clearcoat luster every time the sunlight hits the crisp sheetmetal. It also gives this a slick style that disguises the pickup truck practicality hiding within. But more than just the paint, you want this El Camino because of how it looks. This is one of the most iconic Chevelle designs with a rarer and more interesting profile. So you still see the familiar features like the single headlights up front and big bright bumpers. Plus, the black SS stripes, blacked-out grille, blacked-out rear panel, and black vinyl roof make this a very aggressive and well-coordinated total package. And the hood pins, cowl induction hood, and large 17-inch Eagle Alloy wheels add to the intimidation factor.
The colors on the outside are also a nice preview of what you'll find inside. You can tell there was more money recently spent here with a clean presentation on the custom black split bench and door panels. Plus, the custom dash panel is finished in the exterior's minty silver. The B&M shifter feels great in your right hand, and your left one will love the grip of the black and chrome sports steering wheel. Beyond that is a full set of competition-grade AutoMeter Sport-Comp gauges, including a large speedo and tach. This all gives you the tingle of performance even before you twist the key and hear this El Camino roar.
An engine bay stuffed with big block power always gets us excited. This one looks nice with the proper bold block, polished air topper, and Mickey Thompson valve covers. But what's really important is that this 454 cubic-inch V8 is a huge powerhouse that's been upgraded further with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, Mallory distributor, and Hooker long tube headers feeding the thunderous dual exhaust. This is some serious muscle, so it has a strong TH400 three-speed automatic transmission to handle it. There are even thoughtful details like front disc brakes and the battery relocated to the smuggler's box for better weight distribution. And the upgraded ladder frame rear end with air shocks is exactly what we all want in a mean machine like this.
Complete with owner's manual, there's less than 1,100 miles on this build and the whole fresh presentation proves it. So this is the powerful and clean classic you don't want to let slip way. Call today!!!