A great color combo, big block power, and plenty of Super Sport upgrades make this 1967 Chevrolet El Camino a classic muscle machine that knows how to stand out in all the best ways.
1967 was a particularly mean-looking year for the El Camino as the fenders were extended in the ends for a sharp and muscular appeal. Even the mirror-like bumpers follow this extra curve. The factory-correct Bolero Red paint adds to this sporty presentation. It was refreshed later in life for added luster, and you can tell from the uniform shine that the panels are looking quite nice. Plus, this has extra attitude thanks to Super Sport style upgrades with the SS louvered hood and ribbed rocker panels. But don't forget the practical side of the El Camino. After all, there's a full bed under that taut black tonneau cover. And this one even has a trailer hitch to make sure you finish your Saturday chores before going to the Sunday car show.
You open the door to even more of that cool SS-style with the factory-correct black bucket seat interior. You can tell there has been a solid investment here because it retains a terrific vintage look with a deep black on everything from the carpeting to the desirable center console. And all this darkness is broken up nicely by plenty of bright trim everywhere from the dash to the floor shifter. The whole inside has a time capsule-like appearance, and that even extends to the details like the AM radio that's still cranking out tunes. You even have provisions for nice features like air conditioning and power windows. This really gets the classic sporty attitude right with Chevy's three-spoke steering with the thin wood grip. And beyond that you have a speedometer as wide as the horizon with the proper tach just to the side.
Those fender callouts weren't lying. This is powered by a 396 cubic-inch big block V8. The engine bay has the distinct look of correctness on everything, including the bold orange block, shining valve covers, and matching air topper. And as you look closer you'll see good maintenance like the newer hoses and alternator. Topped with a proper quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, this is the kind of power you love from a classic El Camino. And the dual exhaust knows how to announce this big block to the world. All this power is handled correctly thanks to the stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission and an SS-style rear end with boxed trailing arms and a sway bar. Plus, the power steering and front disc brakes make this an all-around fine driver.
This is the classic El Camino with the presentation you love, the power you desire, and a quality feeling all around. Don't let this total package slip away. Call today!!!