800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino is a V8-powered classic with nice upgrades for power, comfort, and flair. It creates the kind of cool vintage machine that's easy to enjoy everywhere.
The El Camino was born to be the pickup that had the kind of style to fit in with an upper-class crowd, and this one really shows that off. The factory-correct Sierra Fawn has a golden glow that's enhanced further by a modern clearcoat respray later in life. And the shining chrome and brown pinstripe adds to this sophistication. This is mixed with the sporty style that comes from pieces like the louvered SS-style hood and upgraded Billet Specialties 15-inch alloys. The practical side has even been upgraded with a full tonneau cover and a black rubber mat protecting the bed underneath.
Inside is a custom interior that is a nicely coordinated shades of golden brown. It starts with two-tone leather bucket seats. This is a terrific upgrade, because the button-top presentation has a sophisticated look, and this has the kind of modern bolstering to offer superior comfort over anything from the 1960s. The driver's one even power adjusts. In between, is a custom center console with armrest, cup holder, and auxiliary readouts. Plus, this also houses the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo that has Bluetooth and an USB port to charge your phone. While that's all great for comfort, the upgraded wood and chrome steering wheel and Hurst shifter ensure a great driving experience, too.
Under the hood, the V8 looks great with bold block paint, bright Chevrolet valve covers, upgraded pulleys, and polished components. The 283 cubic-inch small block inhales deeply thanks to a package of a performance air cleaner, Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and an aluminum intake. Not only does this add nice power, but also helps with the sweet rumble of the dual exhaust. You get to be in control of it all thanks to the three-speed manual transmission. Plus, with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a car-like ride, this is the kind of classic that's easy to enjoy.
The sale comes complete with the original Protect-o-Plate warranty card, warranty booklet, and owner's manual. This is the distinct and comfortable El Camino that knows how to turn heads. Call now!
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