Chevrolet began production of their fourth generation of the El Camino in 1973 and the restyle for this generation was aimed to match closely with their ever popular Chevelle design. Although this model was the largest in size for the El Camino, its light body construction actually shed pounds from the previous and was offered the same way until 1978 with the exception of its adjusted front headlights which went to quad stacked lights in 1976.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1977 Chevrolet El Camino for your consideration. Finished in red over a red interior, this car shows well cosmetically. The doors snap shut with no sagging and the body is straight. The interior shows well and has been well kept. It is powered by its 305 v8 paired with an automatic transmission. The car runs and handles well and goes down the road smoothly. It rides on 15 inch wheels with BF Goodrich white letter tires. Other highlights include power brakes, power steering, air conditioning and an aftermarket Kenwood CD player.