1970 Chevrolet El Camino. Solid CA car with its original 350 four barrell V8, headers, dual exhaust, TH350 aut, power steering, power brakes, disc brakes, 12 bolt rear axle, 20" 2015 Camaro SS wheels. This car runs and drives great, engine is powerful, it shifts like it should, goes straight and smooth down the road, brakes are great. Steering is so easy you can use just your fingertip even with big wheels! Original 15" Rallye wheels are included if you want. Here is your chance to get into a fun and beautiful car and start driving a collector car today for a great price! 1970 is one of the most popular year El Caminos. Don't hesitate to send a friend to inspect if you live far away, I have nothing to hide on this car and welcome inspections. Thanks for looking!
This ClassicCars.com featured listing, according to the seller is a “1979 El Camino Conquista in original condition. Family owned since new, always garaged, body is straight, 350 ci with factory 4bbl, and factory air. Perfect starting point for a restoration.” Having spent its life in LaSalle, Colarado, with 164,298 miles on the clock, while original, […]
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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).
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By 1951, when Jaguar introduced the art-deco teardrop lines of the XK120 Fixed Head Coupe, they already had impacted the motoring world with the XK120 roadster that proved to be the fastest production car in the world. The 120 in the name referred to its top speed of 120 mph. Clark Gable famously took delivery […]