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Serious big block power, a stylish bucket seat interior, upgraded suspension, and a sharp overall style make this 1967 Chevrolet El Camino 454 the right mix of a cool classic that everyone wants to see... but they fear it on the two-lane blacktop, too.
We love a color like this on a big block cruiser. It holds close to 1967's Madeira Maroon, and it sets the tone nicely for the whole car. After all, you get an aggressive-like red, but it has deeper tones that seem to suggest an even darker side. And upgrades like the cowl hood and competition-style Torq Thrust wheels back up this feeling of added intimidation. It also means this color goes well with the black tonneau cover over the black painted bed. But there's an attraction here even without the additions because the well-creased look of the '67 El Camino was part of the Chevy style that defined a generation. And so everything from the big chrome bumpers to the nicely creased sheet metal gives this an appealing style.
The full black interior goes well against the maroon exterior. And as you get a closer look, you can see this one loves to give you plenty of SS-like appeal. After all, bucket seats and a center console w/color set a very sporty tone. The door panels, carpeting, and dash all have a nice classic style, but what you'll really appreciate are the upgrades. The retro-style AM/FM digital tuner looks good in the dash, and it upgrades your driving music. And this one has a very driver-ready feeling with a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, tilt column, and the cool blue glow of the Dakota Digital gauges.
We know big block power fits in the engine bay of these El Caminos quite nicely. So it's always great to lift the hood and see the space in-between the fender wells filled with V8 muscle. This 454 cubic-inch motor is a younger big block that has a fresh and bold orange style. Plus, it has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Offenhauser high-rise dual-port intake, and long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust. It's supported by the right features, like an HEI distributor, Accel performance wires, and a Champion aluminum radiator. The TH400 three-speed transmission is the ideal pairing with this because it's stout enough for big block power white also offering easy automatic cruising. You also have an upgraded tubular A-arm front suspension, power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
You would expect to pay a ton more for a full package big block El Camino. So you absolutely know that a deal like this is going soon. Don't miss out, call today!
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