800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1966 Chevrolet El Camino is a stylish classic with plenty of extra touches for flair. And that awesome-looking engine is also a strong runner. It creates the kind of cool vintage machine that's easy to enjoy everywhere.
This is a two-owner El Camino coming off of long-term ownership, and you can really see it was cared for correctly. The factory-correct Regal Red has the kind of gloss and shine that will certainly get you nods at the stoplights. Even the truck bed looks quite shiny and clean. So while the included bed cover protects it, you probably will take it off just to show how straight and clean it all is. The shining chrome bummers, complete trim, ribbed rockers, and horizontal bar grille all add to this El Camino's feeling of sophistication. There's a hint of SS style with the hood and mag wheels with wide BF Goodrich T/As.
The interior continues this Chevy's well-done feeling. The front seats are upgraded to buckets with integrated headrests and comfy cloth inserts. There's also an upgraded center console, wood-like trim on the dash, and a AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette that fits cleanly in the classic radio slot. You'll also like the driver-focused feel that comes from the wood-rimmed steering wheel, Hurst floor shifter, and correct tach mounted next to the long horizontal speedometer. Additionally, there were some recently replaced items such as rubber seals on the doors, door panels, carpet, headliner, and several other miscellaneous pieces.
The engine bay is a true showstopper with the slick black inner fenders and firewall funneling all your attention to the shining V8 in the middle. It looks like they spent a small fortune on polished components like the Chevrolet valve covers, air cleaner, alternator, pulleys, steel braided line w/AN fittings, and more. There was also an investment in substance behind the style. This mildly modified 327 cubic-inch V8 inhales deeper with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. Plus, the long tube Hooker headers not only add power, but also they help with the sweet rumble of the dual exhaust. This a strong runner, and you get to be in control of it all thanks to the three-speed manual transmission.
Complete with maintenance records, this is a quality build of a distinct and comfortable El Camino that knows how to turn heads. Call now!
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