The El Camino was Chevrolet's response to the successful Ford Ranchero and made its debut in 1959 and was produced up until 1987. 1967 marks the last year for the Second Generation of the El Camino. There were 34,830 units produced in 1967. There were 6 different engine options and 3 different transmission options in the second generation El Camino.
GR Auto gallery is pleased to present this stunning 1967 El Camino for your consideration. The car came to us from Pennsylvania. The tan exterior shows very well and the interior is well kept and tidy. It is powered by its 250c.i “Stovebolt Six” paired with its Powerglide automatic transmission. The car runs and functions very well and holds the road as it should. The El Camino rides on P205/75/14 BF Goodrich whitewall tires on 14 inch steel wheels with hubcaps. The car has power steering and an AM radio and a clock. Don't miss your opportunity to own such an affordable early muscle car.