Black exterior, Black interior. 383ci V8 engine, automatic transmissison, Power steering, Power brakes, Vinyl top. This El Camino is very clean inside and out. The exterior black paint has a nice shine and shows very well with the black vinyl top. Inside, the interior door panels, bench seat, dash, and steering wheel all are in great condition. The 383ci V8 engine makes good power with an aluminum intake and headers while still having perfect street manners. The automatic transmission shifts smooth with no slipping or jerking. The bed and bed floor are very nice and has been taken care of. Underneath this truck is solid and shows no signs of rust or rot in the frame or floor pans. Some features include; power brakes, power steering, air conditioning, AM/FM radio, rally wheels, front disc brakes, Goodyear tires, and much more. If you are looking for a daily driver or weekend show car, this El Camino has it all. It is priced to sell and will not last long! Come out to see it in person today!
1966 Chevelle El Camino Custom with restoration/modification to a gorgeous Marina Blue presentation, now with the GM Crate ZZ454 powerful unit and the 5-speed transmission, this now also has all new complete driving systems from the engine to transmission to full compression suspension, with the aggressive cowl induction hood, the new Rally wheels and radial tires, one can see the loving care went into this spectacular build, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
Another garden-variety El Camino you say? Guess again! This 1980 Chevrolet El Camino is a textbook example of how to build a sleeper the right way. Not flashy, not expensive, but packing a modern fuel-injected LS powerplant and upgraded transmission, a high-performance suspension, and a freshened interior, it delivers all the hardware you need to embarrass some pretty serious machinery. This Elky was repainted in 2017 but they resisted the urge to go crazy with some flashy modern color and instead simply returned it to the same basic metallic blue it had been wearing since 1980. Its quite nicely done, probably better than it was when GM did it, but it gives away nothing when youre prowling the streets looking for prey. There are a few signs of use, which is good news because it means that the truck is not only being used properly, but that it also has a low-key look that wont attract attention. Most of the emblems have been shaved, but tit retains its factory grille, bumpers, and bright wheel arch moldings, so it looks very stock. Even the original hood ornament is still up front doing its thing. Theres no evidence that this was ever a rusty car and they went the extra mile to make sure it is still useable as a truck by adding a color-matched spray-in bedliner. If you didnt know better, youd think this was just a clean, used El Camino. And thats entirely the point. The interior got a freshening, but again, they didnt do anything that would draw attention to the hardware. A factory bench seat with a new seat cover, reasonably plush carpets on the floor, and an OEM steering wheel with a fat wrap are great camouflage. Once youre behind the wheel, however, youll quickly spot the original gauges are gone, replaced by a set of cool Dakota Digital dials that glow in the dark when you hit the lights, as well as a set of white-faced auxiliary gauges neatly installed on the A-pillar. The factory A/C blows cold with modern hardware working behind the scenes and since its so much fun to drive, they figured that the original AM/FM radio would be more good camouflage, even though it isnt hooked up. We have to admit that the more we look, the more we like the purity of the mission on this El Camino. The engine is a 5.3 liter LS V8 with a whole bunch of upgrades. The top end was rebuilt, including a Comp Cams camshaft, larger fuel injectors, and a FAST intake manifold to help it breathe. All the accessories are brand new and a new wiring harness was installed to make the modern fuel injected V8 work in the 40-year-old Chevy body. Theres also a giant aluminum radiator up front to keep it cool, as well as power steering and brakes to make it easy to drive. Theres also a fresh 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission and a throaty Flowmaster dual exhaust system that has that unique LS sound, so its not quite invisible to guys who are paying attention. Youll also note that the floors are super clean and the rear suspension was augmented with tubular control arms and new shocks. And we have to admit that keeping the color-matched factory wheels and a set of whitewall radials is pure genius because nobody will see it coming. With more than $40,000 in receipts for this build, you know it wasnt a half-hearted effort. Looks great, runs great, and totally stays under the radar, this El Camino is sleeper done right. Call today!
The good looks of a Chevelle and the utility of a pickup bed are still hard to beat, even after four decades. This handsome 1972 Chevrolet El Camino sports a built 350 under the hood and a great look, making it one of the few muscle cars that will be happy to go to work with you. Practical speed, thats the El Camino. Obviously black is one of those colors that will never go out of style. Smooth, slick, and thoroughly up to date, this sinister black SS most certainly looks the part of a heavy-hitter on the street. A cowl-induction hood certainly helps with that impression, although we kind of like that they skipped the SS stripes and kept it kind of low-profile. The paint job is older but fit and finish are decent, good enough to fit in at the local cruise night. Theres some age on the paint but black looks great no matter what you do with it and it panel gaps are pretty good. They didnt go crazy with the customization, and with a black vinyl top, it looks a little upscale and stands out from the rest of the El Caminos thatll be around town. The bed, which is the place where its easiest to tell how serious the owner was about his work, shows extremely well with no major dings or damage, and features a spray-in bedliner to help it survive a few jobs around the house. El Camino interiors are another nice combination of street car comfort and commercial vehicle practicality. A bench seat allows three passengers and heavy-duty floor mats add some contrast. The seat is in great shape, and if the seat cover is original its shockingly nice for being more than 40 years old. The dash is in very good shape but since the gauges cover just the basics, it includes the usual aftermarket dials underneath. The carpets show a little age since black is so hard to protect from the effects of UV rays, but they look great and fit well. This El Camino also features factory A/C, although the system needs to be serviced. Theres also an AM/FM/8-track stereo in the dash, which is a cool throwback piece, and the subwoofers behind the seat ensure it still sounds great. The engine is a great running 350 cubic inch Turbo Fire V8 thats ideal in the multi-purpose truck/car. With a Rochester 4-barrel carburetor, a modest cam, and HEI ignition, the orange powerplant is content to churn out torque at any speed and laughs at loads in the bed. Painted valve covers and a chrome air cleaner dress it up even though its not too far from stock, and with power steering and brakes, this hauler is a breeze to maneuver in traffic or parking lots. Cast iron manifolds control heat and noise, feeding a true dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers and chrome tips just under the bumper to keep it looking sporty. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and 12-bolt rear mean that you dont ever have to worry about breakage, and while its not show quality underneath, it doesnt show any signs of life in an inclement climate, either. Factory Rally wheels are an ideal choice, and sport 235/60/15 white-letter radials at all four corners. Always attractive and eminently usable, this El Camino is a very affordable way to own the A-list muscle youve always wanted without a huge investment. Call today!
El Caminos, love em or hate em, are a unique piece of the American landscape. With decades of tradition behind it, this 1986 Chevrolet El Camino represents the end of the line for the Elky (the last one would roll off the assembly line in 1987), and presents in remarkably well-preserved condition. If youve been looking for one that hasnt been worked to death or modified beyond recognition, this might be your last chance. El Caminos were trucks, and most of them were used like trucks and left for dead when they gave up. Fortunately, this nicely preserved 55,681-mile example has most likely been a cherished toy for most of its life, and thanks to life down south where the roads are warm and dry, it doesnt suffer from the dreaded tin worm, either. The original white paint is simple, clean, and actually quite handsome, and the blue pinstripe gives it a sporty edge. Fit and finish are about average for a GM product of this era, but since its original 30-year-old paint, were still pretty impressed. There are a few touch-ups, but nothing major and original paint means no scary surprises waiting underneath. Talking about preservation, just take a look at the bed, which looks like it hasnt carried anything more substantial than a few sacks of groceries and still wears its original white paint. Nice, right? The interior is a nice combination of practical and stylish, a result of the El Camino sharing a lot of DNA with the Monte Carlo. Like the exterior, its mostly original with few signs of wear and no notable damage to the seating surfaces beyond some minor stretching. The matching door panels are equally sharp, with no UV damage or cracking like you so often see on cars from the 80s, and the dash pad appears to be brand new. The El Camino was a bit sporty inside, too, with round gauge faces (although most are idiot lights), and this one is also loaded with options like A/C, a tilt wheel, power locks, and an AM/FM stereo radio. Aftermarket floor mats and a carpeted dash pad help keep it looking its best and from behind the wheel, its easy to forget youre driving a vehicle with a pickup bed out back. Too cool! With just 55,681 original miles, the original 4.3 liter V6 still has a lot of life left in it. Essentially of a familiar 350 cubic inch V8, the big V6 is smooth and torquey, a great companion in the El Camino and as a relative of the small block Chevy, you know itll run this well practically forever. As you might expect, the engine bay is super-sanitary, with all the factory equipment fully intact and 100% functional, including the fuel injection system that fires it almost instantly. Theres no rust, no questionable upgrades, yet plenty of evidence of expert maintenance, including a fresh tune-up, belts, and hoses. Its backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission spinning a standard 10-bolt rear end, and if youre looking around underneath, youll note this truck is really clean. Handsome painted Rally wheels finish the sporty look with recent whitewall radials. So El Camino fans rejoice, this clean late-model has been preserved for your enjoyment and is ready to go today. Call now!
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For three decades, the El Camino was a bona-fide hit for Chevy, and today they can be some of the coolest old cars youre likely to see. This slick two-tone 1964 Chevrolet El Camino brings all the usual high-performance tools to the table, plus a unique twist on tradition. Two-tone paint jobs from the factory are nothing new, but I dont think theres ever been an El Camino that looked as cool as this sitting in a Chevy showroom. The 1964 El Camino was a subtle machine, with simple, clean lines that echoed its more common passenger car siblings. But look a little closer at this one and youll see things like the black cowl-induction hood, subtle pinstriping on the corners, and the wicked stance. The paint is in good condition, with white being easy to maintain so it will look good for years to come, and it really emphasizes the Elkys compact dimensions. Other than the hood, however, there are no deviations from the factory setup, and all the trim is brightly polished. Even the bed remains in very good condition with satin black paint and a built-in fuel cell in back, adding to the cars racy attitude. Its especially cool to see buckets and a console in an El Camino. Finished in black cloth, the high-back bucket seats look right at home in the cabin, and offer a diamond pattern thats quite reminiscent of other performance machines. Original door panels were installed at the same time and the factory hardware was retained throughout. The original dash is nicely preserved with modern Dolphin gauges set into a custom panel, and the effect is that it looks almost stock but delivers a high-tech view of the engines vitals. Theres also a handsome Grant GT steering wheel with a wooden rim, a T-handle shifter for the 4-speed manual gearbox, and those trick aluminum pedals that are just there to look cool. The engine is an aluminum-headed 355 cubic inch V8 that has been dressed and detailed to look like a million bucks. The block wears traditional Chevy Orange paint, and the satin black engine bay is brightened using polished aluminum valve covers and an open-element air cleaner, both of which look great on the warmed-over small block. Go-fast parts include a Quick Fuel 4-barrel carburetor, an MSD ignition system with Mallory distributor, and a high-rise intake. Theres a positively massive aluminum radiator up front, so heat will never be an issue with this one, and a new chrome alternator makes the juice. A set of long-tube headers dumping into a nicely crafted dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers and a crossover tube help bolster low-end torque for awesome performance and a thrilling sound. The chassis shows signs of recent work, and zero evidence that this truck/car has ever been rusty. New control arms and shocks help manage the rear end for arrow-straight launches, and it sits on a set of vintage-looking Torque Thrusts with 195/65/15 front and 215/70/15 rear performance radials. A nice little truck with a few surprises up its sleeve, this El Camino is a great way to have fun without spending a fortune. Call today!
With the handsome good looks of a Chevelle and the utility of a pickup, the El Camino offers the best of both worlds: performance and practicality. This 1968 Chevrolet El Camino has been built to further blur the lines that separate vehicles: performance, great looks, and comfort. The bodywork is nicely finished and the workmanship is shown to great effect thanks to the beautiful bright red paint with black SS stripes, which look just about right on this racy truck/car. These vehicles typically led harder lives than your average Chevelle, and finding a clean one, let alone investing enough to bring it to this condition, is tough. Gaps are good and a lot of time was invested in getting the body panels this straight when it was repainted a few years ago, and theres very little wear and tear beyond some polishing scratches that are just barely visible. The bed is protected by a hard-shell tonneau cover and the bed was refinished with gorgeous oak planks that look warm and inviting, but also mean the bed is best used as the worlds biggest trunk. Trim is bright and well maintained, with good chrome on the bumpers, a stock grille, and the trim around the bed is very nice, with no obvious dings or damage from use. A black vinyl top is a rarely-seen option but it looks remarkably good on this upscale El Camino. The black interior is almost entirely new and features a pair of neatly upholstered black buckets with red stripes that seem appropriate. Carpets, headliner, and door panels are reproduction pieces that look good and fit right, and the bucket seats make it feel spacious in the cab. A custom center console has a carbon fiber look and a Hurst shifter, which features a carbon fiber shift ball for a high-tech look. Factory gauges are joined by a column-mounted tach and auxiliary dials under the dash and the wheel is from Budnik, and it works well the carbon accents. Cold A/C is a nice touch in a car thats built to cruise, and you also get an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit that really fills the small cabin with sound. This El Camino has all the right stuff to make a first-rate hobby car. The engine is the original 327 cubic inch V8, which was recently rebuilt and runs extremely well. Its got the usual upgrades including an aluminum intake manifold, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, full roller valvetrain, MSD ignition, ported heads, and long-tube headers to help build torque. The engine bay is extremely sanitary and clean, with a lot of dress-up items such as those chrome valve covers and air cleaner as well as a custom serpentine belt drive with polished accessories. The transmission is a 4-speed manual, likely the cars original transmission, and it snaps through the gears with authority. Theres a recent Flowmaster dual exhaust system that gives it a great performance sound and the 12-bolt rear end feels like it has street-friendly gears inside. Handsome polished Torque Thrust wheels stuff the wheel wells, wearing big 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials. With a great deal of money spent recently, this is a good, clean El Camino thats ready to enjoy. Turn on the A/C, crank up your favorite tunes, and enjoy the ride. Call it a truck, call it a car, either way youre going to love this El Camino. Call us today!
Weve made the case for the practical and stylish El Camino here before, and with this charcoal gray 1972 Chevrolet El Camino, it remains as true as ever. Theres a strong-running small block under the hood, a handsome paint job that accentuates the cars classic styling, and honestly, if you can find a muscle car more versatile than this one, you should buy it. Dressed in sophisticated charcoal gray paint with black stripes, its the archetypal Elky, and personally, the 72s are my favorite with their single headlamps and side-mounted parking lights. The bodywork is well done and doesnt look very old, although there are signs of use that are probably inevitable. The doors fit well, and the tailgate is in great shape with none of the rust or dings that typically show up on these cars no matter how well-maintained they are. Bumpers, both front and rear, appear to be reproduction items or even very nice originals, and all the stainless trim is in good condition. Factory parking light lenses, a standard Chevy hood, and bright stainless trim all give it an OEM look, and despite the stripes, this isnt an SS clone. The bed makes this a practical piece of muscle, and thanks to a very neatly done spray-in bedliner, that means you shouldnt be afraid to put it to work now and then. I promise it wont mind! This El Camino carries a handsome black interior, which uses a bench seat to permit three-abreast seating. Most of the interior appears recent, including the door panels, headliner, and even the seat cover, all of which are correct reproductions. A bench seat is probably a smart choice in an Elky, just to maximize passenger capacity, and the column shifter means nobodys uncomfortable. The standard gauge cluster is little more than a speedometer and fuel gauge plus some idiot lights, but the powertrain is so reliable, more gauges arent really necessary. Theres an AM/FM/CD stereo in the dash that sounds great, and youll not that this is a factory A/C car, although some of the components have been removed. But for the most part, theres nothing inside to detract from the original look and thats a good thing. The engine is a 350 cubic inch V8 that runs very well with good power and a great rumble from the Flowmaster dual exhaust system. Wearing a coat of Chevy Orange, the engine is dressed with a chrome air cleaner and finned valve covers, so it looks pretty stock. For performance, theres an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor atop a GM intake (which has been painted orange to help it blend in), an HEI distributor, and a set of long-tube headers that hug the block for good service access. A stout TH350 3-speed automatic transmission handles the gears, doling out torque to the 10-bolt rear end, which is full of relatively tall gears so the Elky is easy-going on the highway. Power steering and brakes make this truck/car handle easily, and theres a recent Flowmaster exhaust system. Traditional Rally wheels look awesome and wear 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials. Properly sorted cars are hard to find, and when theyve led hard lives like most El Caminos, its even more difficult. This is an exception. Drive it, have fun, and dont forget that it still might enjoy working once in a while, too. Call today!
If youre unhappy with your Chevelles lack of trunk space, allow us to suggest an alternative: this awesome Rally Red 1971 El Camino, complete with a 454 cubic inch big block under the hood, a 4-speed between the seats, and lots of options. Styling was a high-water mark for the 1971 A-bodies and many find them to be the most attractive of all. With a high-quality restoration that looks and drives extremely well, this El Camino belongs at the top of your shopping list if youre looking for fast yet practical fun. Looking extremely handsome in bright Rally Red with white SS stripes, this El Camino was repainted not too long ago and its holding up very well. Thanks to an exceptional frame-off restoration in 1989 and great care by a hobbyist, its working days are over, so shining up the paint on a Saturday afternoon is routine. Panel gaps are very good considering that this is half truck, and the fully functional cowl induction hood gives it an aggressive look. White SS stripes were added, along with appropriate SS badges in all the correct locations, completing the transformation. All the chrome and stainless, including the bed rails around the pickup bed, is in very good condition with few signs of hard labor behind it. The white vinyl top makes it look dressed up and aside from some checking on the hood, youd never know this restoration is 30 years old. Looking in the bed, you can see just how clean and well-maintained this car really is. The beautiful white interior is as nice as the body, with a pair of buckets flanking a center console and Hurst 4-speed shifter. Accurate door panels and new red carpets and headliner were installed at the same time and give the interior a sporty vibe; from behind the wheel, you cant tell its not a Chevelle. The options list is extensive, including the aforementioned console, power windows (including vent windows!), power locks, tilt wheel, and factory A/C, which is all-new but has never been charged. The dash is impressive, with functional gauges and a beautiful dash pad, and in the spirit of performance, theres a fully array of dials including a rare factory tach. The stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit that fits well and they didnt hack up the dash. The engine is a stout LS4 454 cubic inch V8, rebuilt to LS6 specs and dressed for duty in the El Camino. With finned valve covers, factory cowl induction air cleaner, and original style exhaust manifolds, it could almost pass for an OEM installation. However, under the air cleaner lives an Edelbrock intake manifold, Rochester 4-barrel carburetor, upgraded cam, 10.5:1 compression pistons, and an HEI ignition system. A dual exhaust system gives it a fantastic big block bark, and the slick-shifting 4-speed manual transmission doesnt mind the occasional hard shift in the heat of combat. A heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end with an upgraded cover doesnt mind the horsepower one bit and the brakes were recently upgraded to 4-wheel discs. It rolls on a set of handsome 15-inch SS wheels wearing 235/60/15 white-letter radials. Look at the photos again. This is a clean, solid El Camino with big block power and a great paint job. For a fun, big block muscle car with enough practicality to work for a living, you could hardly do better than this great-looking 71 El Camino. Call today!
1968 El Camino SS396 New engine rebuild, new paint, new vinyl top, new interior, Autometer analog gauges, IDidit steering column. Serious inquires only.
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Small pickups that were easy to drive had been around for quite a while. Station wagon-based pickups came next, but tended to be pretty basic. By 1976, the El Camino had built a vehicle with the best of both worlds. Luxury features transferred in from the high-end cars of the time, and chassis design that offered a nice ride with substantial hauling capability at the same time. This car has all that, then dresses it in gorgeous gloss black paint and adds a few engine mods that give it a mean little rumble at idle. Check it out. The silhouette of this car is long and lean and just begs to be painted black. The hood and the bed rails slope gently toward the cab which has a windshield that rakes back on a steep angle and is matched by the angle the sail panel cuts as it blends from the back window onto the bed rails. Make that look even lower and leaner by adding an SS stripe that wraps around from one front fender to the other, and you have one sweet looking car,... or truck,... or SUV. Except that term wasnt being used yet. The front end is dressed up with a chrome grill of vertical bars flanked by rectangular quad headlights and underlined by a sharp looking bumper. On the side, add a couple body colored sport mirrors, and at the rear add a big SS to the stripe along with El Camino in script underlined by another chrome bumper. Spray the bed with Line-X and you have one sweet looking ride. Open the door and you will find an interior out of a high-end car. The door panel has a smooth upper with styled squares in the center edged by chrome piping and a comfortable armrest for cruising. A split bench seat with a fold down center armrest is comfortable and everything is nicely covered in black vinyl. There are a few signs that this ride has a bit of attitude under the hood with a beefy Grant GT steering wheel and a column mounted tach, along with a T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission mounted in the floor. The stock dash is neat and clean with supplemental Sunpro gauges mounted underneath to help keep track of water temp, oil pressure and voltage. There is an AM/FM cassette player for your listening pleasure and the updated R134 A/C blows nice and cold. GM did some quality soundproofing by adding a double panel roof along with a nice headliner, and good-looking carpeting ties it all together. Pop the hood and you will find a healthy 350 cubic inch engine that is nicely dressed out sitting in a neat and clean engine bay. A black air filter housing looks great with a bowtie and Chevrolet in red held down by a red bowtie wingnut. That sits on top of an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb and intake manifold. Black valve covers match the air filter with the same red bowtie and Chevrolet in script and look good sitting just over the long tube headers winding their way out the bottom. The overall look of the engine bay is bad to the bone. Flowmaster mufflers along with the headers give the car a healthy rumble at idle. Power front disc brakes assure good braking ability and GM chassis engineers equipped the car with specially matched spring rates for a good ride without sacrificing payload and added beefy sway bars to assure good handling. The rubber meets the road through 255/60R15 BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires all around mounted on Rally wheels. Good looking, comfortable, capable. What are you waiting for? Come on down and check out this sweet ride.
Quality custom work throughout this build really sets this El Camino apart from other ones. It started by pulling the rust-free body off for a ground up restoration. The look of the body was cleaned up with some well-known street rodding techniques, and the look of the interior was created from scratch by some first-class custom work to integrate a 59 Impala dash into the car. The results are impressive, unique, and outstanding. When you shave the door handles, mirrors and emblems for that super clean, street rod look, you better get the body work right because thats what its all about at that point. They certainly got it right. The panel fit is outstanding and the black paint on those long gently curving body panels reflect the light in smooth lines. Up front the look is kept clean by integrating LED turn signals into the headlights leaving nothing else but the grill of horizontal black and chrome with a sharp looking bumper underlining it. The black paint flows smoothly up and over the big block hood that incorporates a hood mounted tachometer. At the back is a perfectly finished tailgate with some outstanding custom air brush work underlined by another bright and shiny bumper. Raise the tonneau cover and check out the gorgeous all wood bed done in Poplar with polished stainless strips. There is a tilt up section near the cab that has the battery mounted on one side and plenty of additional storage too. Open the door and get ready to feast your eyes on this custom Red interior. The show starts innocently enough with a simple door panel of horizontal lines with a slash of chrome across the top. Then your eyes are drawn in to a red 59 Impala steering wheel with its chrome inverted V horn ring mounted on a tilt column. It looks unique and awesome and things just keep getting better with the rest of the bright red dash also from that same Impala. You can imagine the work involved in making all those curves flow smoothly and fit into this Camino. There was all new wiring run behind it and Classic Instruments gauges trimmed in chrome look fantastic nestled down into their pods. The factory air that this car came with was updated to a Vintage Air R134 system and an AM/FM/Satellite radio was installed for your listening pleasure. The bucket seats are factory Camino as is the console with the Lokar shifter rising high out of it for the automatic transmission. Under the hood you will find an engine that is dressed out nicely and pumped up so that there is no doubt this sweet ride is for both show and go. It is a 350 cubic inch engine bored .030 over then fitted with 10.5:1 pistons and a mild cam driven by a Pete Jackson gear drive. (you gotta love that sound!) A chrome air topper and an Edelbrock carb feeds the engine through an aluminum intake. Finned aluminum valve covers look great painted red with brushed tops and Hedman headers get the exhaust heading out to dual Flowmaster mufflers that exit out just behind the rear wheels. Power is sent back through a 3-speed automatic trans to a 10-bolt rear end with 3.31 gears that rides on 67 Chevelle springs. Power front disc brakes insure that you can haul this ride back down from speed and the rubber meets the road through 255/45/R18s in the back and 225/45R17s in the front mounted on Show Wheels. A super clean look, awesome custom interior, and a healthy V8. Come on down and check out this unique El Camino. And ask your salesperson about the book full of build receipts while you are here.
This is among the last of the El Caminos produced. It is a shining example of the concept that a vehicle can have the drivability and comfort of a car with the usefulness of a pickup. If that appeals to you, then come on down and check out this modern classic. The Caminos were presented in several forms based on different chassis over the years. These last of the breed models were built on their own dedicated chassis for the first time, with some sheet metal and styling cues borrowed from the Malibu. A nice shade of Blue looks good with the crisp, clean upper lines of the front fenders which slope down smoothly to a rectangular grill flanked by quad headlights and underlined by a sharp looking chrome bumper. From the side, the roofline flows over and down the sail panels as it blends into the bed. A chrome highlight accents the look by running down the side as well as up and over the wheel wells, with the rocker panel dressed out in a complimentary piece of chrome too. El Camino appears in script on the rear fender and chrome dresses out the top edge of the bed which is nicely coated with Rhino liner. The rear tailgate and bumper are sourced from a Malibu wagon and look great on the back of a pickup. Open the door and you will find the comfort of a car waiting for you no matter what you are hauling in the bed. The door panel is two-tone blue with a pull handle and a long armrest that is comfortable while cruising. The split bench seat has been freshly recovered in blue velour with blue vinyl highlights, has a fold down center armrest, and it is comfortable! A two-spoke steering wheel has an El Camino center button and sits in front of a stock dash. Ventilation controls include those for the A/C system that will keep you cool on those hot summer days and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD and iPod compatible radio for your listening pleasure rests just below them. El Camino floor mats to protect the carpet, look good and are a nice touch. Open the hood and you will find a 305 cubic inch motor set down in the engine bay. Good torque and Chevy V8 reliability are a couple of the nice things about this engine. A couple other nice things are that it has been up graded with an Edelbrock air topper which feeds an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold. Chrome valve covers add a splash of flash to the engine bay and signs of good maintenance include newer plugs, cap and wires as well as fresh belts and hoses. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear axle mounted on coil springs and located with trailing arms and a beefy sway bar to keep car stable even with a load in the bed. Up front, control arms and coils are helped by another beefy sway bar for handling and there are also power disc brakes for good stopping ability. The rubber meets the road through 235/60R14 white letter tires mounted on sharp looking 5-lug wheels. Good looking, comfortable, useful. Come on down and check out this El Camino. You might just decide that it is just the combination that you have been looking for.
1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS. Autumn gold exterior with matching gold interior. This is a 350 HP 396 Super Sport,backed by a factory 4 speed, with plenty of power and with options like air conditioning, power steering and power brakes. This vehicle has recently gone through a complete rotisserie restoration, and is NICE!!
1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS454 clone, but with a rich history in paperwork and photos. Deep rich black paint with painted silver metallic stripes, black vinyl top and black SS interior with bench seat and column shift. 468 stroker motor with a 700r transmission. Coil over shock rear end set up, with drop spindle front. Polished American Torque Thrust wheels, wrapped with BF Goodrich TA radials, keep it rolling, while the air conditioning, power steering and power brakes make it a total pleasure to drive. This is one sweet ride!
Body Off Restored El Camino Restomod 502ci V8 508hp 5spd Manual A/C 4 Wheel Disc /// This exceptional first-year El Camino is a choice classic that combines 502 cubic inches of big block power with an upgraded performance suspension, five forward gears and captivatingly cosmic appeal! The beneficiary of a body-off, nut-and-bolt restoration, this Camino is a razor-sharp head turner that currently presents much better than original factory fodder. During the cars precise reboot, solid sheetmetal was massaged into great alignment. Bright BASF base was sealed in Glasurit clear and dressed in professionally restored trim. And today, one close look at our high-resolution photos reveals a handsome payoff in the form of one slick Chevrolet resto-mod! Check the cars clean engine bay and youll find 502 cubic inches of buff Chevy big block which, according to a receipt thats included with the cars sale, was sourced directly from GM Performance Parts. That impressive big block twists a tough Tremec TKO600 5-speed. At the front of the car, a factory sway bar leads trick drop spindles, tubular control arms and modern coil-over-shocks. Opposite that hardware, a massaged rear-clip features aftermarket lowering springs, CPP control arms and choice Bilstein shocks. A premium CPP steering gear is augmented with four CPP calipers, which clamp a quartet of drilled and slotted rotors. And at the corners of the car, polished American Racing Torq Thrust IIs spin sporty Cooper Zeons. Peer through this Chevys curvaceous greenhouse and youll find an attractive Red Houndstooth interior. Modern power windows frame a broad bench seat. A jet-inspired dash hangs Dakota Digital telemetry above modern air conditioning and a short Hurst shifter. And in front of the driver, a stylish Lecarra steering wheel laps a tilting column. A rare exercise in gratuitous power and flamboyant style, this killer Chevy is a well-done classic thatll be a blast on the road and a hit at the show! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
With the handsome good looks of a Chevelle and the utility of a pickup, the El Camino offers the best of both worlds: performance and practicality. This 1972 Chevrolet El Camino SS tribute has all the right features from bucket seats to a big block V8 to offer this tradition at a very desirable price. This was the final year of the third-gen El Camino. GM would be closing the book on the now-iconic symbol of Chevy muscle. So this one represents this legacy properly with all your favorite features of the Super Sport package, including the dual hood stripes, power bulge cowl hood, complete SS badging, and correct Super Sport wheels. And its all wrapped in the 1972-correct shade of Pewter Silver. But more than just this sporty personality, this generation El Camino really has style with the form-fitting chrome bumpers, nicely integrated tailgate, and plenty of bright trim surrounding the handy truck bed. The interior gets all your favorite Super Sport elements right with a nice set of bucket seats, a center console in-between, and the iconic horseshoe shifter. Plus, you get the dual-spoke SS steering wheel that gives you a clear view to the upgraded round gauge package and the helpful auxiliary readouts. This driver-oriented dash now also has the convenience of a modern AM/FM/CD stereo. Under the hood is a 402 cubic-inch V8 thats dressed to impress. Theres plenty of shine on the air topper and valve covers; the wires and hoses look fresh; and the bold block radiates from within the dark engine bay. So you know this is the kind of machine made to lift its hood wherever it parks. But beyond just appearances, this V8 was built to run. It was rebuilt about 3,000 miles ago, and so it fires up nicely as the four-barrel carburetor feeds the big block. The V8 makes a nice growl out of the dual exhaust. All this power gets to the ground through GMs sturdy TH400 three-speed automatic transmission on its way to the stout 10-bolt rear end. Taking this mean machine out for a cruise is no problem with great driving features such as power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/As at all four corners. This is the last of the great ones, and its offered now for quite a nice price. So dont miss this deal. Call now!
This 1978 Chevrolet El Camino has been given all the right investments in an upgraded big block V8, comfy A/C interior, a cool paint scheme, and plenty more. So yes, every so often you can get everything you want in a distinctive classic without having to break the bank. Bright yellow is a great way to grab attention, and when you have a big block classic, thats exactly what you want to do. As it draws you in closer, youll love details like the contrasting black pinstripe that follows the curve of the profile and even warps around the tailgate. Plus, theres some nice shine with the bright bumpers, complete side trim (including wheel arches,) and the bed rails. The performance nature is instantly recognizable with upgrades like the cowl hood and 17-inch American racing Torq Thrust wheels. Inside is a nice mix of factory components with the right upgrades. It starts with a split-bench that offers dual armrests, so you can decide between extra seating or bucket-like comfort. The tan velour cloth here nicely coordinates with the door panels, dash, and carpeting for a uniform factory feeling. There are nice luxury items like the power windows, upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo, and modern R134a air conditioning. The later model sports steering wheel is another reminder that theres something special under the hood even before you turn the key and hear it roar. While this generation El Camino was relegated to only small block power, this example fixes that. Its a true big block machine with a true 454 cubic inch V8 filling the engine bay. It has been upgraded further with the right performance goodies like a four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and Edelbrock heads. Its a real upgrade in power you can certainly feel out on the road... and thats exactly where this upgraded El Camino belongs. Its a strong runner setup to be an easy all-day cruiser with features such as a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. And because the El Camino has the suspension of a Malibu, its one of the smoothest riding pickups around. Big power, bold packaging, and the right features make this a standout classic for a terrific price. Dont miss you chance. Call now!
A value-priced 1968 Chevrolet El Camino is already attractive. But when you see this one has two-tone paint, plenty of recent investments, and some enhancements to the V8, you soon start to see an irresistible total package. Someone was quite thoughtful with this color package. They utilized the full-length trim as a divider line for the blue and pewter. Even the tailgate continues this theme. The result is a classic with instant distinction. And thats on top of a design that was already quite desirable. After all, these El Caminos shared their appearance with the Chevelle, and 68 is one of the most desirable years for this muscle car series. And this one doesnt forget that the El Camino has a much more practical side. Thats why theres fresh liner paint in the bed. The black interior looks good, and it shares much of its car-like comfort with the Chevelle Malibu. Theres even new carpeting to make it feel quite plush. So this is a nice place to spend some time. Plus, the new AM/FM/XM stereo with USB and Bluetooth means you get the best modern tunes in this vintage ride. But as you lay your hands on the B&M sports shifter, you get the distinct impression this classic is more than just comfortable. Under the hood is Chevrolets trusty 305 cubic-inch small block. This V8 is great for upgrading, and in fact it already comes with enhancements like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the sweet-sounding dual exhaust. And not only was the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission installed less than 1,000 miles ago, but also it has a shift kit to keep you in the optimal powerband. More than just a powerful classic, this is a terrific cruiser, too. Thats why you also have features like power steering and a car-like ride from the Chevelles suspension. This is the classic El Camino with an appeal that goes well beyond its affordable price. So dont miss this deal, call today!
With a performance-built V8 peeking out of the hood, slick paint, a custom interior, and an overall award-winning presentation, this 1964 Chevrolet El Camino represents one of the most show-stopping and thoughtful builds youll ever see... and its up for grabs. This one instantly announces its something special the moment it comes into view. After all, the color that you love is Magnetic Red borrowed from a more modern Corvette. Plus, it has been upgraded with plenty of metallic element added to really make it radiate every time the sunshine hits the super-straight sheetmetal. Speaking of improving on the Corvettes good looks, this El Camino has a custom-crafted L88 big block hood, and one-ups the Corvettes aggression with a hood scoop boldly coming out of the top. Adding to this sporty appearance are more upgrades, like the polished Summit Pulsar wheels and the full-length black triple stripe that shows off this car/trucks unique profile. Theres a very good reason to show off this bodywork. This was the first year the El Camino was based on the now-legendary Chevelle body/chassis, and so this one celebrates the best parts of this marriage by drawing extra attention to the fundamentals. It includes mirror-like wraparound bumpers, an extra clean grille, and blue-dot quad headlights. Even the smugglers hatch on the bed is looking good with fresh carpeting. If you think the full attention to detail on this custom makes it ready for the car show, then youd be right. We have a long list of accolades this El Camino has already won. And the way this one continues to look, theres plenty of room in the truck bed to haul home more trophies. The interior is a terrific mix of comfort and speed. For example, the leather bucket seats keep you planted during performance driving, and theyve also got plenty of bolstering to be all-day comfortable. Not only do you have an armrest center console in-between these seats, but your seat also power adjusts to the ideal comfort position. Other great upgrades include an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input for modern music players, cup holders, and ice-cold R134a air conditioning. Just like the exterior, this one has some thoughtful details. You see it in places like how the black and red theme is uniform throughout including on the lettering on the dash. When you turn on the turn signals, it plays a tune instead of the standard mechanical click. So once again, you can see how this build earns its awards. But more than just great comfort features, you know this is also a drivers machine. The sports steering wheel and professional-grade AutoMeter gauge upgrades (including large tach mounted in the center) let you know this is performance machine. Have you counted the gears on the shift ball yet? There have been so much time adding shining elements in the tidy engine bay that we dare you to find another piece that could polished. But more than just look terrific, theres a ton of substance behind this style. This is a special 355 cubic-inch V8 that has been fortified and enhanced with forged pistons (11.5:1 compression,) Mallory HyFire ignition, Pete Jackson gear drive, steel crank, Fink rods, GM 292 angle plug heads, roller cam/rockers, Edelbrock TRIYX Tunnel Ram intake, and topped with two Holley 650 CFM four-barrel carburetors. Headers add power while also giving a wicked sound to the dual exhaust. But more than just listen to this one; follow the path of the pipes in the undercarriage photos. There youll see more thoughtful details like the metallic red (proving the thoroughness of the restoration) and the cool checkboard driveshaft. Plus, youll also spot nice driving upgrades like the thick sway bar up front and boxed control arms in the rear. It all proves there was plenty of investment to make this build a great looker and a great driver. In fact, youll see that theme furthered by features like the Richmond five-speed manual transmission that gives you full control of the V8 power while also providing overdrive comfort. Even the progressive setup of the twin carbs allows you to choose mild or wild on demand. Add in quick ratio power steering, Wilwood front disc brakes, and BF Goodrich T/As, and you start to see how this is a great package for show and go. Complete with owners manual and restoration photos, youre looking at the El Camino we all want. So if youre quick enough, youll be the one who has it. Call now!
1986 Pro Street Elcamino, 100% Street car, tags, insurance, 4100 lbs of BAD,OK HERE WE GO...Wheeler Performance 383 SBC loaded with the best forged parts on the market (have all documentation, to many name brands and parts to list), ZZ4 383 Fast Burn Heads with Mallery2.02 / 1.60 Values with Crane rockers, studs, guides and push rods.Vortec V1 Race Supercharger (13lbs of boost), Wilsondual stage NOS System (jets sizes will be disclosed later)Dual exhaust, Hooker comps headers (Flowmasters) exits rear of the car. TCI super streetfighter fully built to withstand 1500 hp (almost not enough....just kidding...or am I)sporting a custom Stall Converter by ACC out of Conway SC. Built Buick Grand National rear end including all Strange Full Spool 3.42 gear and Mosher axles big studs. All QA1 where ever you can put it LOL. Combo Pros with new tires up front and Drag Radials in the back...Have new set on extra rims. Car has lots of HP... ALOT!!!!. SO with all that said...4100 lbs, a 3.42 gear on 28 inchtalltireswith 1 stage....you have a9 sec car.. just like that. I have all paperwork on this car for the past 10+ years,well past 40K...Call Jason for more details. (931) 378-9100