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This 1986 Chevrolet El Camino is a true restomod with a modern fuel-injected V8, feature-filled A/C interior, and a truly custom look. So yes, it's unique, powerful, and absolutely awesome.
This is the kind of custom that's going to make people stop and stare. After all, we are in the last few model years for the El Camino, and this plays a very cool game of "What if." The front end is a custom adaptation of the Chevrolet Beretta design, and this lets us all see what it would have looked like if Chevrolet had kept investing in its cool car/truck line. The result is a sleek look that will attract fans of sleek style, and at the same time, you're going to get serious respect from Chevy fans. Of course, what also is going to draw a ton of eyeballs is the awesome paint. This vibrant orange has a ton of metallic. So the sunshine loves to highlight the quality body lines of this restored El Camino. And the custom style also clues you in on this car's powerful heart. After all, you have Corvette-inspired taillights, bright dual exhaust tips, and 17-inch Billet Specialty polished alloys with ZR-rated tires. And the fiberglass cowl hood finished with black racing stripes pretty much begs people to ask about what's underneath (more on that in a moment.)
The interior is custom, comfortable, and coordinated. The exterior orange returns as accenting on the custom cloth for the high-back bucket seats. These set off a comfortable package that includes R134a air conditioning, power windows, cruise control, tilt steering column, and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, a full center console, carbon fiber-style dash, and upgraded gauge package give this a sporty flair that gets you ready for something special under the hood.
If the El Camino were allowed to evolve into the modern age, we bet it would have also had a powerhouse like this. The engine bay has been upgraded to a 6.0-liter Vortec V8. This fuel-injected motor looks right at home in this custom El Camino, and it delivers that ideal mix of serious power in an operation that has an everyday kind of smoothness. That's why it's paired with the 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission that provides instant kick-downs into performance as well as easy overdrive cruising. This kind of versatility is only heightened by more of the right driving features like power steering and strong power brakes with discs up front.
Complete with build receipts, this is the custom that boldly shows us what the El Camino's future could have been. But since Chevy didn't do it, there's only one of these unique machines up for grabs. Don't miss your chance, call today!
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