800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1974 Chevrolet El Camino Restomod has a ton of upgrades inside and out, including a fuel-injected 6.0-liter Vortec/LS. Plus, the value price for an upgraded machine means this one has a ton of potential for you to make your personal/custom mark on this Chevy.
The two-tone blue and gray are already quite distinctive, and the green pinstripe separating it all makes for a nice level of added thoughtfulness. This idea of style and substance also extends to the wheels. The classic Torq Thrust units look great on the vintage El Camino design, and their 20-inch size means you get to fit some nice modern tires. Even the truck bed has extra thoughtfulness. The tonneau cover is aerodynamic, and when you lift it, there\'s the added style of a cool wood bed. The whole package is very driver-quality, which you want in a classic that you will want to drive everywhere. If you\'re looking for perfection, you\'ll likely have put some professional work into the finish and brightwork. That\'s because the overall theme of this restomod is a car/truck that gives you fun upgrades and a solid base for you to take it to the next level with details that reflect your style. Because no matter what your plans are, this is a clean-looking Chevy with a very clean, complete, and straight style.
The interior has a nice sense of custom style. You have two upgraded racing-style high-back bucket seats, and there\'s a custom cup holder center console in-between. Further up this console is a Sony AM/FM/CD stereo. This includes nice extras like Bluetooth, a USB input, and a fully upgraded speaker system. It\'s also a better performance driving experience with readouts borrowed from a Camaro and a B&M console shifter.
The engine bay looks cool, with the inner wall looking smooth and painted gray to match the exterior. At the center is a fuel-injected 6.0-liter Vortec/LS V8 borrowed from a 2002 Silverado 2500. There are even nice supporting details like an aluminum radiator and an OBDII scan port. And a nice set of headers feeds into the dual exhaust. And as you follow the exhaust pipes, you will see quite a clean undercarriage. So you can tell there\'s a nice base to this El Camino and a modern powerhouse like this has many ways to update/restore serious power. Plus, this has great cruiser fundamentals, like the power steering, power brake, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
This El Camino will need the right work and love to be an upper-echelon classic, and that\'s reflected in the value price. A good way to view this as an opportunity to get a classic with a cool sense of style and a Vortec/LS powerhouse. It creates a great base for you to create the full custom restomod of your dreams. Call now!
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