800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1970 Chevrolet El Camino has one of the best muscle car styles around, and this one really knows how to flaunt it. With great glossy paint, an awesome total color package, a sporty bucket seat interior, and plenty of big block V8 power, everyone can see that this Chevy can haul (and we're not talking about what goes in the bed.)
The paint provides an instant attraction to this El Camino. Red is always a striking color, but you can tell from the high gloss presentation and the straightness of the panels that there was an investment in quality and care. This was restored in the 1990s, and it came from long-term ownership. That's the kind of story we all want to be able to tell when others compliment on the shine. Plus, there's a well-coordinated and attractive black package that goes with the red. It starts with the premium black vinyl roof. You also see it in sporty pieces like the blackout grille, SS-style rear panel, and racing stripes painted on the hood. There are more great performance details, like the real cowl induction hood, hood pins, full SS 454 badging, large dual exhaust tips, and Mag-style SS wheels. While this El Camino is aggressive, you'll love the quality, right down to the details, like the bright chrome bumpers, full trim, and a truck bed that looks like it hasn't ever had to get to work.
All the black accents of the exterior get you ready for the muscle car style of the full black interior. The El Camino shares a lot of its appeal with the Chevelle, and that includes the inside, too. It's a comfortable space with a smooth dash, good carpeting, detailed door panels, and an excellent headliner. The setup is both vintage and well-done with the correct Delco AM/FM radio and controls for factory air conditioning (will need servicing to blow cold again.) This one loves to give you a driver-oriented Super Sport feeling. So there are high-back bucket seats with a center console in-between, iconic horseshoe floor shifter, NK4 sports steering wheel, and the tilt column gives you a clear view to the full gauge package with large speedo and tach.
We always love seeing big block power under the hood of these El Caminos. In fact, the paperwork on this one shows that this is an interesting build with a 454 cubic-inch V8 with 427 heads was installed around 2005. This big block looks right at home in the honest engine bay. And there's no mistaking the bright air topper that seals to the cowl induction hood. It feeds fresh air to the four-barrel carburetor for plenty of muscle from this big block setup. And the dual exhaust gives you that sweet big V8 tune. The TH400 three-speed transmission is Chevy's stout unity that's good at both handling all the power as well as providing automatic driving comfort. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front discs, and this El Camino is built for driving.
Complete with owner's manual and maintenance records, this is a sharp-looking vintage package inside and out. And with a proper big block under the hood, this big red El Camino is irresistible. Call now!
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