800 Derita Road, Ste. A
V8 power, an upgraded interior, and nice touches (like the color-matched tonneau) deliver a 1967 Chevrolet El Camino of distinction and affordability.
The Chevelle-based El Caminos nicely mix muscle car looks with a more distinct/rarer style. So it's quite nice to have it done in a bold red. It's a more modern application that gives off a nice gloss in the sunshine. Brightwork is also important when you're out for a sunny Sunday drive, and so the grille, bumper, and Rally wheels all have the bright look of quality. There are even nice details, like the full-length trim and aluminum window visors. Plus, the red tonneau not only makes this El Camino more aerodynamic, but also it keeps the truck bed and rubber mat looking good for when it's time to load up the tailgating supplies.
Black interiors always look great against red exteriors. And you can really tell they made some nice investments here. Plush carpeting, taut door panels, and a well-done dash have a deep and dark feeling of quality. The low-back bucket seats with a center console in-between is always a nice addition. You have a grippy thee-spoke steering wheel, floor shifter, and provisions for a tach to make this a proper driver's classic. Plus, the radio looks like the factory unit, but it's really a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner to deliver upgraded driving tunes.
Under the hood is proper small block V8 power. It looks quite nice with the bold orange radiating from within the middle of the black engine bay. This 350 V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and headers add power exhaling with authority out of the dual exhaust. And because this is the kind of classic that's made for driving, you have nice features, like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes.
Style, distinction, and utility all come together in one nice vintage package. Time to get your hands on this El Camino. Call now!
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