1966 Chevrolet El Camino
A nice mid 60’s example of Chevrolets car/truck utility vehicle based on the Chevelle platform to respond to the success of Fords Ranchero. Finished in Viper red with excellent chrome and stainless trim, it’s enhanced with black bench seat upholstery with matching door panels and dash. Equipped with Chevy’s classic 283 V8 engine, it’s dressed with a Holley four barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Moroso aluminum valve covers, and chrome air cleaner, also has new dual exhaust and a column shift 2-speed powerglide automatic transmission. Rolling on newer Chevrolet rally wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial TA’s, 215/65-15 front and 255/60-15 rear. A solid dry car that would be an outstanding auto for someone wanting a unique vehicle to show or cruise, runs & drives A1…
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