You can get a classic 1967 Chevrolet El Camino with small-block power, stick-shift control, and a great color combo all for a value price. So you can keep reading for all the details, but you already know this deal is going fast.
The great thing about an El Camino was that it was supposed to be adaptable for everything. This was the one vehicle that could go to church on Sunday and run a bale of hay from the fields on Monday. Along the way something else got added into the mix: attitude. With El Caminos getting caught up in the muscle car war that was consuming its Chevelle sibling, they became the baddest truck/car around. 1967 was a particularly mean-looking year for the El Camino as the fenders were given aggressive overhangs that enhances the sleekness of the sheetmetal. The upgraded Super Sport-style hood, SS badging, ribbed rocker panels, dual exhaust tips, and 15-inch Pacer wheels all add to this sporty side. Of course, chrome bumpers and bright trim are pure classic American sophistication. But the part we like the best is the paint. The period-correct Butternut Yellow is a more modern application with a terrific shine. And it makes for a nice contrast to the full-length black pinstriping and black tonneau bed cover. So the total impression is well-coordinated package of style and performance.
The full black interior looks great against the exterior yellow and coordinates with the exterior accents. The black vinyl on the classic split bench seat is in fine condition, and the door panels, dash, and carpeting reinforce this midnight cruiser attitude. All of this black makes the brightwork touches on the extra-long dash really stand out. This was built to be an El Camino you can enjoy, and so there are nice upgrades like the auxiliary gauge trio and AM/FM/cassette stereo. Plus, you'll love the way the three-spoke steering wheel will feel in your left hand, and your right one may never want to leave the Hurst Indy shifter.
Just like the rest of the car, underneath the hood is a great mix of vintage with performance upgrades. The motor is a 283 cubic-inch block from around this car's era. But now the V8 has been upgraded with bright components like the air topper and valve covers. More importantly, it's running strong with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. Plus, the dual exhaust with Cherry Bombs really make a sweet tune. Best of all you have full control over this V8's powerband thanks to the three-speed manual transmission. And the full package is easy to cruise and show off thanks to features like the Chevelle's easy riding suspension, power steering, and the wide BF Goodrich T/As.
This offers a great classic look, the right upgrades, and the right price. So you know this is the El Camino you want to take home now. Call today!!!