Do you want this 1969 Chevrolet El Camino because of its all-round
well restored presentation? Fresh bucket seat interior? Or big
block power? At this nice price, that answer to all three is
The paint provides an instant attraction on this exceptional El Camino. The modern application of the factory-correct LeMans Blue comes from a good investment in a professional hand applying it. When you take this out in the sunshine the sparkle undertones of the deep blue radiates color. Plus, it makes for a terrific combination with the mirror-like bumpers and all the trim around the fenders and the glass. This is a true uniform package as the factory-correct black vinyl roof bridges the gap between the blacked-out SS grille and tailgate. And because this is a fully coordinated package, it makes elements like the cool newer redline tire stand out even more.
When you step inside, the upgraded black bucket seat interior with center console instantly drives home the Super Sport feeling of this El Camino. There has been a solid investment in the carpeting, door panels, headliner, and seat covers to keep everything feeling fresh. The result is a time warp back to 1969. After all, the dash is correct with everything from the heat/defrost sliders to the AM radio that's still on display. And we know you'll love grabbing the Chevy's upgraded three-spoke sports steering wheel in your left hand, and resting you right one on the iconic horseshoe shifter.
You can tell there was plenty more invested under the hood during restoration. The shiny air topper, matching valve covers, and big bold block of this 396 cubic-inch V8 are easily recognized within the exceptionally tidy engine bay. And the detail work on this one is great, too. So people will be marveling at everything from the original-style battery to the "Keep your GM car all GM" decal on the air topper. But a big block El Camino is mean for driving. That's why this big block inhales deeply though a Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of the dual exhaust. The motor fires up nicely likely due to a rebuild in the last few years, and there's all the right driving features thanks to its Chevelle-based ride. Power steering, front disc brakes, a thick front sway bar, and a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission are all part of this total package.
This is a stellar presentation of big block power and factory-correct colors. So when you can get something this well restored for such a nice price, it's time to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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