614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Although the paint is pretty amazing, the beauty of this 1967 Chevrolet El Camino is more than skin deep. There's also a comfy A/C interior and nicely upgraded V8 power. The result is a great all-around classic with a ton of thoughtful investments.
No expense was spared in taking this classic to the ultimate level. Let's start with the most obvious part of this car, the spectacular paintwork. This was a $15k investment alone in getting it look this nice. The burgundy and pewter have a metallic glow that will always make this car memorable. And the red pinstripe dividing the two give this clear distinction while highlighting how straight the body panels are. This kind of quality application has so much luster that it radiates shine better than most people's chrome. And you'll love the extra details that went into the exterior from the liner paint in the bed, to the 17-inch US Mags wheels that coordinate with the pewter paint.
Inside continues plenty of upgrades mixed with the classic appearance. For example, the bucket seats have the classic look, but they have the taut feeling of a fresh investment. This is a fine cruiser with plenty of space, a retro-style AM/FM stereo with digital tuner, and the comfort of cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. The steering wheel is upgraded to Chevy's classic three-spoke Sports unit, and you get a full set of AutoMeter auxiliary readouts.
The good looks and good investments continue under the hood. The 327 cubic-inch V8 has a tidy presentation with the gloss black fender walls, and the bright ribbed air topper that matches the valve covers. And this small block has the right upgrades to get-up-and-go. This includes an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Torker intake, HEI ignition, and a rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, the large aluminum radiator is a nice addition to help keep it all running cool. This El Camino also has power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes w/discs up front, and the superior car-like that comes from a sedan-based pickup.
This has show-stopping paint and all the best upgrades to go with it. So you know you love this custom El Camino call today!!!
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