4610 Pet Lane
This is one of those builds that rarely comes around. There's flames in the paint, a leather-lined custom interior, fuel-injected V8 heart, and a detailed style - right down to the undercarriage. So you know this 1965 Chevrolet El Camino restomod is the kind of classic where they thought about every inch of the build.
This is a custom build that seems to take all the best elements we love and then find out how to make them better. Most of us would just be quite happy with an expertly applied black cherry metallic paint, but that's just the base for this El Camino. A custom flame-kissed front end is already something we love on a custom, but the setup here really takes it to a new level. The fire burns with a golden fade that can really light up in the sunshine. And there's a clearcoat on top to really seal in the smooth and hard shine. This big shine attitude continues on the mirror-like bumpers, grille, bed trim, and crystal-clear headlights. And while you know the 18/20 inch front/rear setup with Dub wheels costs a small fortune, the shine and style they offer are worth every penny. This is a custom that wants to be as sleek as possible, including the deleted the trim, shaved the door handles, and added sport mirrors. Plus, don't forget to check out the truck bed. Gone is the corrugated metal, and in its place is a setup so smooth you'd swear it's still wet. And embedded within that sleekness are more of the golden flames and this Chevy's Hog Wild nickname.
When you pop the remote door openers, you have an attractive full custom interior. The maroon-like color of the outside continues inside, and now it's intertwined with a tasteful tan. The best place to see this is on the seats and door panels. They both have maroon suede-like inserts and a touch of the flame-kissed attitude. The carpeting, center console, dash, and even the steering wheel makes sure to show off this full uniform two-tone. And don't forget to check out the custom headliner. So you just know this was the kind of thoughtful build that was made to impress and win awards. The Hog Wild name even is placed throughout. There are well-integrated modern features like power mirrors and power windows. Plus, there are even provisions for nice comforts like air conditioning and a full subwoofer stereo system (they will need servicing to fully function again.) The steering wheel is a custom piece that unites the theme of the flames and gives this Hog a logo. This is both artful and practical. It's mounted on a tilt column to give you an excellent view of the bright glow from the Dakota Digital gauges.
The engine bay is just as show-ready as the rest of the El Camino. You may need to put on your sunglasses before looking at this motor. In fact, it seems like the only pieces that were not polished were given the flame-kissed treatment. And you just know they spent a ton of time getting the firewall, hood, and inner fenders super-smooth so that they could get the flames and Hog Wild logo looking so awesome. But a car like this was made for more than just admiring. At its heart is a 5.7-liter fuel-injected LT1 motor. And this Corvette-level power exhales with the force of a wild hog thanks to ceramic-coated headers feeding the dual exhaust. The undercarriage photos show a clean and color-matched build that also has suspension upgrades, like the tubular A-arm, square-tube trailing arm rear, a strong 12-bolt rear end, thick sway bars, and adjustable coilovers all around. And any time you do decide to take this custom out on the road, it's easy to enjoy thanks to four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, and four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive.
Classic with the level of custom detail rarely leave their creator's hands. So if you act quick enough, you can capture this wild hog. Call today!!!
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