614 E. Auto Center Dr.
The 1966 Chevrolet El Camino is a practical utility vehicle based on one of the most potent muscle cars of the era. And this one comes complete with upgrades like fuel injection, overdrive transmission, and air conditioning. So now that you've seen the price on this restored El Camino, you might not have enough time to finishing reading this before it's gone.
This El Camino has the ideal look for someone who likes to be classic yet distinctive. It starts with the factory-correct Cameo Beige paint. It's a color that almost defines the '60s, and now this benefits from a modern clearcoat shine. There's traditional big chrome bumpers, delicate trim, and the unmistakable crisp lines shared with the '65 Chevelle. But there's also plenty of upgrades, like the silver pinstripe, tinted windows, and lift-off tonneau cover. This classic and modern feeling really comes together on the wheels where the vintage American Racing Torq Thrust units are done in a modern and large 17-inch size.
The interior continues the feeling of classic with all the right tasteful upgrades. It starts with a quality re-covering of the bench seat. The two-tone fawn is repeated on the door panels, and it all coordinates with the carpeting, headliner, and dash. So the overall look is both fresh and thoughtful. You'll like all the upgrades, like the Grant wood-rimmed steering wheel and the retro-style AM/FM stereo that's a modern digital tuner. And everyone loves modern R134a air conditioning to keep them cool.
Under the hood is proper 350 cubic-inch small block V8 power. While the upgrades to this El Camino inside and out have been subtitle so far, it's hard to hide the largest addition in the engine bay. After all, enthusiasts know the look of fuel-injection. It allows for more power and a better delivery. Plus, this also has more great upgrades, like the fresh air intake, aluminum radiator, and Optima red top battery. The V8 makes a hypnotic sound out of the dual exhaust, and so it's the kind of car you'll want to take on the road. That's why you have great driving features, like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern ZR-rated tires. Plus, the four-speed automatic transmission has both an 1800 RPM stall and overdrive.
Complete with build receipts and maintenance records, this is the ideal mix of vintage and upgrades all delivered for an outstanding price. Call today!!!
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