614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino really checks all the boxes for a nice custom, including shining paint, an A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and upgraded V8 power. So you can look over it all, but you already know this classic gets it right.
The '67 El Camino has a great look to it that defines the era. It has a well-creased look where the style line runs front the extended front fender all the way to the tailgate. And you really get to see that so well on this example, because the sheetmetal looks quite good. Plus, they took their time when re-spraying the factory-correct Marina Blue. So it retains that classic Chevy style, but not with a clearcoat shine that radiates more than your nostalgia. And the detail work on this is quite nice with straight horizontal grille, bright 15-inch Rally wheels, and trim line running the length of the vehicle and outlining the truck bed. And the way the form-fitting chrome bumpers shine are an unmissable mark of quality.
Inside is the right combination of vintage and upgrades. For example, the black split-bench has the look of factory, but has a far newer freshness. The same goes for the door panels, headliner, and carpeting. The exterior blue returns to accent the door tops, lower dash, and steering wheel for a nice accent. And this really has a nice classic look. But there are also some subtle upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo tucked away in the glovebox, and the factory air conditioning has been updated to blow cold with modern R134a. You'll also spot the full auxiliary gauge package and large dash-mounted Sun tach. These are signs you're going to like what's under the hood.
The engine bay has a crisp look and plenty of polished components. But what you'll really like are the upgrades to the 350 cubic-inch V8. It has an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, HEI ignition, and long tube headers feeding a rumbling X-pipe dual exhaust. It fires up with gusto, like a well-respected classic should. Plus, the transmission has been upgraded to a 700R4 four-speed automatic unit. It's stout enough to handle this power package, and it's also great for just enjoying overdrive cruising. Plus, power steering, power brakes, and newer Cooper Cobra tires complete a nice all-around driving package.
This El Camino has the right look and the right upgrades to really be your all-around favorite. So don't let this opportunity pass you by, call today!
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