STK 2755 1975 Chevrolet El Camino SS
Back in the late 1950's, the folks at GM decided that they had best
create a sedan-utility vehicle in response to the Ford Ranchero.
The Chevrolet El Camino was born and a total of five generations
were produced. This restored 1975 model is a member of the fourth
generation (1973-77) and is based on the A-Body platform of GM
mid-size cars of that era. The odometer reading of 74,500 miles is
actual and the owner states that it is a true factory SS (RPO Z15)
and COPO optioned with the RPO 6-HI 'Laguna soft-face' front clip.
The El Camino was stripped to bare metal and repainted code 74 Dark
Red Metallic with correct white SS-striping. The interior is
basically original with shift console, factory SS spoke tilt wheel
and factory 'swivel' bucket seats. New carpet has been recently
installed along with upgraded circuit board technology for the
factory gauge package. It is nicely optioned with air conditioning,
power windows, power locks, cruise and AM/FM/8-track stereo. Our El
Camino is powered by the optional 400ci small-block motor (U-code),
now fitted with full tube headers. It is backed by a 700R4
automatic and differential gearing is 3.42:1. Suspension features
include power steering, power disc/drum brakes and correct 15"x7"
GM Ralley wheels with new radials. A black Line-X bed liner has
also been installed. Handsome examples of the El Camino SS are
becoming very rare indeed. This truck will surely end up in the
hands of someone who appreciates rare Chevys - why not you? ALL
VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".