800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1978 Chevrolet El Camino has an aggressive look, V8 power, and all the right comforts. So when a package like this is also so affordable, it's a deal worth checking out.
The black paint sets the tone for a truck that wants a little more of an aggressive attitude. There's a good gloss in this finish. It not only shows off the straight body panels, but also custom details, like the full body kit and cowl hood that give it a touch of Super Sport attitude. Plus, we like this generation of El Camino for having some terrific style details, like the flying buttress B-pillar and a license plate that almost looks like Chevy frenched it into the tailgate at the factory. It's a sharp-looking classic that has an overall, driver-ready style. After all, the Rhino Liner protecting the bed is there to remind you that an El Camino can also be a useful pickup.
The blackout treatment continues inside, and this one was made to be all-day comfortable. The bench seat has plenty of plushness, and a fold-down armrest even provides individual comfort. This has comfy features like an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input, power windows, provisions for air conditioning (will need servicing to blow cold). The upgraded SS steering wheel on tilt column, and it gives you a nice view of the gauge package.
Under the hood is proper small block power, Chevy's 305 cubic-inch V8. So it's great to see investments like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, Mallory distributor, and an MSD ignition. It warms up to be a true weekend cruiser. That's why you also have easy driving features such as a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide modern tires on those bright Rally wheels.
Showing a brand of rebuilt on the title. This is a sleek machine with upgrades in all the right places. So if you want a distinct driver's classic that is both useful and affordable, you can't miss this El Camino. Call now!
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