With distinct glossy paint, an A/C interior, proper V8 power, and
an overall look and feel of quality, this 1970 Chevrolet El Camino
represents the kind of turn-key classic we all want.
This distinct color on this one is Mosport Green. It's a little
lighter than the factory Mist Green, but it still keeps a cool
Chevy connection. In fact, this is a rare Corvette color. And to
further the 'Vette association, this one even has C3 alloy wheels.
You'll like this El Camino for more than just its sporty
connections. The hint of metallic in the paint radiates nicely
while it loves to highlight the straightness of the sheetmetal.
Nice chrome bumpers, complete trim, quite a clean bed, and doors
that close with confidence give this a high quality presentation.
Plus, 1970 was one of the most iconic years for the Chevelle/El
Camino, and so it's great to see that distinct front end looking so
The all-black interior is nicely done. The clean dash, taut door
panels, soft carpeting, and a comfy seat all make this a nice place
to spend some time. There are even good fundamentals that you can't
see, like newer floors. The comfy feeling is also helped by the
right upgrades, like R134a air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo
with USB input, upgraded speakers, and Bluetooth.
Under the hood is an era-correct 307 cubic-inch V8. While it's easy
to spot some of the polished upgrades, don't forget to notice the
performance pieces, too, like the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor
and Edelbrock intake. It fires up nicely, and there's a nice tune
out of the newer stainless dual exhaust. The Chevelle connection is
felt on the road with a nice car-like ride that's backed up by
great driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission,
power steering, and power brakes with front discs.
This El Camino has iconic look, awesome color, and the best
features. So it's a total package you know you need to get your
hands on right now.