Engine: 283ci 220HP V8
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Mileage: 12940 Miles on Build
Exterior Color: Bahama Green IRID
Interior Color: Red Vinyl Bucket
Aftermarket Oil/Volts/Temp Auto Gage Gauges
Custom Deluxe Seat Belts
Cragar Mag Wheels with P225/70R14 Tires
Instrument Panel Pad
Masterpiece has to offer this 1964 Chevrolet El Camino. The ’64 is powered by a 283ci 4-barrel 220HP V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission on the floor. The exterior is done in a Bahamas green Irid. The fit and finish is very good with all the panel gaps being correct and the chrome shines bright. The interior carries a bright red theme with the optional padded dash. The bucket seats are in great shape and do not show any wear marks or tears.
The El Camino runs and handles great and will be a showstopper at your next local car show. When you sit in the driver’s seat and turn the key of the ’64 it fires right up and gives you that nice rumble from the dual exhaust. The ’64 rides on 14” Cragar Mag wheels with P225/70R14 tires. Other options are tinted glass, after market oil/volts/temp Auto Gage Gauges, AM Radio and custom deluxe seat belts.
At this price the El Camino won’t last long. For more detailed information about our classics please call us at 317-535-3500. Our showroom is not open to the public, please call in advance for an appointment. Masterpiece offers collector car financing through Lightstream a division of SunTrust Bank, J. J. Best Banc Financing or Woodside Credit Collector Car Financing. We can also provide shipping for buyers worldwide. For shipping rate quotes, please call us at 317-535-3500.
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