A 1967 Chevrolet El Camino in a slick all-black presentation, four-on-the-floor, and serious big block power... what more could you ask for? Make it all available for quite a nice price? Yeah, we can do that, too.
The only thing this El Camino looks like it was meant to do is haul on asphalt. The slick black paint has that has the unmistakable luster that comes from a solid investment. And the added pinstripe helps highlight how straight the sheetmetal is. This stellar presentation would not be complete without the chrome and stainless trim being in immaculate condition on everything from the wide grille, to the SS hood vents, to around the truck bed, to the freshly dipped bumpers that make this pickup look like a shining Chevelle. And of course, no aggressive vintage Chevy would look complete without a set of bright Rally wheels.
Just like the outside, the interior has a premium dark side. You can tell that if the seats, carpeting, door panels, or headliner was not up to standard, it was replaced with the correct material to makes sure it reinforces this quality midnight cruiser attitude. But this is not a complete sea of darkness. There's plenty of bright trim on everything, especially the full-width sweeping dash. And while you'll like all the factory-correct pieces, it's the performance upgrades that will grab most of your attention. Your left hand will be instantly attracted to the three-spoke sports steering wheel, your right one can't resist the Hurst shifter, and that huge AutoMeter Sport-Comp tach w/shift light instantly signals there's something special under the hood.
The stellar black presentation continues up front where the air topper and valve covers match the color of the painted engine bay, so you'll be proud to show off this total package. And these elements earn their aggressive red streak, too. After all, those fender callouts weren't lying. This is powered by a 396 cubic-inch big block V8. And more than just displacement, this one has all the right performance features, like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, serpentine belt system, and long tube headers that add even more power as they contribute to the thunderous sound from the X-pipe dual exhaust. Best of all you're in complete control of this enhanced V8 and its intimidating soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And speaking of control, this one also comes with a thick sway bar up front, front disc brakes, and the overall Chevelle-like ride.
You would expect to pay a ton more for a such a great midnight El Camino with so much V8 power. So you absolutly know that a deal like this is going soon. Don't miss out, call today!