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This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino is a timelessly cool kind of classic done in a timelessly attractive color combo. And as you look at this full package, you can see an attractive V8 cruiser that also gets you thinking about all the ways you can make this Chevy even more personal.
1967 has a nice sense of muscle car style with well-creased lines and outstretched overhangs front and rear. So it seems like the right one to get some added Super Sport flair. That's why this looks good with the upgraded SS grille, vented hood trim, and 15-inch Rally wheels. But where this one really excels is at a cruiser kind of style. The two-tone silver and black is a timelessly attractive color combo, and this one is thoughtfully done. The full-length lower trim is used as a dividing line for the main colors. Plus, the black returns as an accent piece on the tailgate and the full-length pinstripe. It looks good, but this one also likes being a useful truck with a thick bed mat and matte paint in the bed. So while this El Camino is quite clean and complete, the overall way to look at it is as a driver quality and practical package.
The black exterior accents are also a preview of the full black interior. The fundamentals like the door panels, upholstery, and dash pad all have a nice look. There are classic style details like the Motorola AM/FM radio and under-dash A/C unit (both will need servicing and/or components to function again.) But what you'll really appreciate is the true cruiser style. Bucket seats, an armrest center console, cup holders, and a grippy three-spoke steering wheel make for a comfortable driver.
Under the hood is an era-correct 283 V8 small block V8, and all the Chevy orange looks great radiating from within the engine bay. This one likes to be an easy cruiser, and so you have good components everywhere from the robust Rochester carburetor to the newer aluminum radiator. And this smooth-running package is easy to enjoy out on the road thanks to power steering, power brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission.
Complete with the owner's manual, this is the iconic Classic that's offered at a gone-tomorrow price. You may use the money you save to update the finish, add the stereo of your choosing, soup-up the V8, or other personal details. That's what's great about buying something that's stylishly vintage and also offered at a value price. Call today!!!
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