800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A 1970 Chevrolet El Camino with V8 power and a custom color combo is certainly attractive. And when you also see the value price, you know it's time to look into the details of this classic Chevy.
The paint provides an instant distinction on this El Camino. The two-tone brown and gray is a stylish color combo with plenty of gloss. And there are some terrific details. The full-length custom pinstriping is done in a custom orange and black. Not only do the colors go with the paint, but also they coordinate further. The orange is repeated in the custom grille. The black goes with the vinyl roof and Boss wheels. Those alloys have an aggressive 18/20 inch front/rear stance, and that goes well with the lightweight fiberglass hood with tall cowl. So the full package is thoughtfully coordinated. What you're basically looking at here is a Choose Your Own Adventure kind of classic. You can drive it out today as something quite interesting, and then let the value price leave money on your budget to update, upgrade, and personalize whenever you feel like doing some work with this classic.
The interior continues the dark brown style, and now it's joined by a tasteful tan. The seat, carpeting, and door panels look good, and the wood-rimmed steering wheel is a nice upgrade. And there's even provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) You may choose to update some pieces, but we also think there's something quite cool about a 1970s machine that comes with a working 8-track player in the AM/FM stereo.
Under the hood is Chevy's robust 350 cubic-inch V8 and a Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor on top. We bet you have some dreams about installing a powerful big block motor under that aggressive cowl hood. But for now, it's also nice from day one to have a clean motor that runs strong and idles well. And the three speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs are all there to make this a solid cruiser.
This El Camino has a terrific custom look backed up by the right fundamentals. It makes for a very cool value that you can drive today and dream about tomorrow. Call now.
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