614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 Chevrolet El Camino is the kind of V8 classic cruiser that was built to drive. So check out everything from the V8 power to the well-done color combo, and you'll start to see a thoughtful classic offered for a great price.
Red paint, a vinyl roof, and plenty of chrome give this the desirable look of a proper American classic. And it's a true cruiser with the kind of finish that you want for an anytime kind of driver. So while you can certainly use the value price to upgrade/update the paint and body, we already kind of like the useful; attitude it has. It means this El Camino properly represents the intersection of a handy pickup and the muscle car kind of style you got with the Chevelle. It even includes Super Sport style upgrades with the cowl hood, hood pins, SS blackout grille, blackout rear panel, Rally wheels, and racing stripes on the hood. But the thick bed mat lets this El Camino help with the chores. And the proper trailer hitch with a wiring plug also makes this a nice choice to tow the toys.
The black accents of the exterior are also a preview of the black interior. It remains largely stock inside, with the vinyl bench seat, door panels, carpeting, and dash pad all looking very inviting. It really keeps the 1970s style right down to the details, including the working dome light, and the Delco AM radio that's still cranking out tunes. But you'll also spot the right well-placed upgrades. For example, the red floormats add a nice splash of color, and they go well with the upgraded SS stitching in the headrests. And while you have factory air conditioning controls, this looks like it has an updated compressor running modern R134a (it will need servicing to blow cold again.)
The bold orange block of the engine bay has a very stock and honest appearance. But as you dig a little deeper, you see this 350 cubic-inch V8 inhales deeper with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and the Cherry Bomb dual exhaust lets it exhale with a terrific tune. The motor warms up to have the hardy nature you love in a small block Chevy. So it has the right feeling for a solid driving classic. You'll even spot the little things, like newer bushings on the front sway bar. Add in a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and you have a true classic El Camino cruiser.
This is the icon you love with plenty of nice features already added in. And the price leaves room in your budget to add even more personal touches on this legend. Call today!!!
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