Absolutely stunning rotisserie restoration on this rock-solid Arizona El Camino once owned by Lopers Performance in Phoenix. It has earned multiple Best of Show and First Place awards. It is powered by an upgraded 350ci LT1 fuel-injected engine backed by 4L60E automatic transmission. This custom El Camino is loaded with modern upgrades, including Vintage Air, power front disc brakes, custom power steering, serpentine custom pulleys, thousands of dollars in chrome components, Dolphin in-dash gauges, a custom sound system and power windows. Finished in gorgeous Calypso Metallic and Pearl White paint, this custom sports a hand-built oak bed with stainless-steel bed rails, show-quality chrome and trim, new OEM-style upholstery, and rides on new chrome Ridler wheels.
Pick of the Day is one of Chevrolet’s early personal pickups
Dad and daughter turned car-based truck into a gem
This 1959 El Camino has traveled 10,000 trouble-free miles.
The full-sized, Chevrolet El Camino was first launched as a new model in 1959 in response to Ford’s full-sized Ranchero model (launched in 1957).
All aglow in Radium Green, the little coupe was a standout in a great car show filled with standouts
Mid-century convertibles and cars with patina draw my attention
1973 Volvo 1800ES was couple’s honeymoon car, and now its restored and proudly displayed at Monterey Kickoff Cruise-In