Primo Classic Cars
611 Alicia Rd
The '67 model year was mostly carried over from the '66 model year, itself being the recipient of a complete facelift. Of course there were the usual minor trim and detail changes including a new front grille, bumper, trim and a set of handsome wrap-around tail lights. Chevy sold a total of 34,830 1967 El Caminos. Whatever they were doing, they were doing something right, because the El Camino was outselling the Ford Ranchero, the vehicle that invented the segment and that the El Camino was built in response to. This particular El Camino is powered by a 350 V8 Engine paired to a 4-Speed Muncie Transmission. The car is finished in its original color of Ermine White. The paint and chrome look absolutely amazing. The car is also equipped with power steering, power brakes, tubular headers, dual exhaust, SS Gauge Package and a 12 Bolt Rear end with 3.73 gears. Overall, the car looks amazing and drives even better! For more information or to make an offer, give Austin a call at 863-226-8590.