800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1982 Chevrolet El Camino Conquista is attractive because the full package gives you great colors, a loaded A/C interior, and number-matching V8 power. But what makes it truly unique is it\'s an exceptionally original one-owner example that has been treated with the kind of care to make sure this feels like a true classic.
This is a one-owner car that was sold new less than two hours from our showroom. It has been one of those well-kept cars where even the maintenance file helps show that the low odometer likely reflects the full actual mileage. The Conquista trim level was a bit fancier, and this one continues to show that off well with its handsome two-tone paint. The Blue and Antique White is not only factory correct, but on this one-owner El Camino, it also appears mostly factory. A nice metallic to the blue and a glossy finish to the white makes this impressive even before you mention originality. Brightwork is also essential on this Chevy. After all, the full trim package is used as a clean dividing line for the two-tone, and you\'ll even notice how the tail lights are set into the rear chrome bumper. Plus, this Conquista shows off some added cruiser style with details like the hood ornament, bed rails, and factory wire wheel covers. The result is the kind of classic that commands attention, which makes it quite easy to tell its unique story.
The comfortable dark blue velour interior has rich tones that coordinate nicely with the exterior. The bench can seat three, and there\'s a fold-down armrest when you want individual comfort. The El Camino may have a pickup bed, but we all love this legend for its sedan interior. And the Conquista trim makes sure this is both comfy and premium. It includes air conditioning, power windows, the Delco AM/FM radio, cruise control, and a walnut-like trim package. It makes for a well-preserved and easy-cruising time capsule.
Under the hood is exactly what you want to see. It\'s the numbers-matching 305 cubic-inch V8. So you have a hardy and original motor in a well-maintained classic. The car-based suspension gives the El Camino a nice ride, and that combines with the power steering, front disc brakes, and three-speed automatic transmission to create a fantastic all-day cruiser.
The sale comes with the factory build sheet, original dealer invoice, and maintenance records. It\'s all there to help show just how distinct and preserved this one-owner El Camino is. Call now!
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