This 1970 Chevrolet El Camino has a well-coordinated color combo,
nice upgrades, and the unmistakable appeal of big block power under
the hood. So dig into the details on a muscle machine that's
already been done just the way you like it.
It's hard for this one to go unnoticed. The bright red paint was an
upgrade later in life, and so it retains a nice gloss and shine
today. The white SS stripes painted on the hood are sporty, the
vinyl top is truly premium, and together they give an almost
two-tone kind of style against the red. And since you want a real
aggressive machine with the right SS additions, this one has the
blacked-out grille, a cowl induction hood, hood pins and correct SS
badging. Plus, the Cragar SS wheels have both the name and the
style to fit into the Super Sport theme. These wheels also have a
terrific shine that combine with the mirror-like bumpers and
complete trim to give this a true classic American feel.
Open the doors to a cool-looking interior. The crisp white bench
seat with the matching door panels and headliner seem to be
immersed in a sea of black. It all makes for a tasteful color combo
that looks distinct where you want it, and it's durable in the high
traffic areas like the carpeting. The wide bench is comfortable
enough to sit up to three across, and the AM/FM radio with USB and
Bluetooth is ready to keep everyone entertained. But the best
upgrades are just for the driver. That's why there's a tilt column
with NK4 sports steering wheel. It gives you nice grip and a clear
view to the white-faced gauge cluster that includes a long
speedometer and working tachometer. There's even a matching
auxiliary readout trio cleanly mounted under the dash.
The engine bay is stuffed with a well detailed 454 cubic inch V8.
The dark inner walls draw attention to the middle with a proper
Chevy Orange block paint, a chrome Edelbrock air cleaner, and Trick
Flow chrome valve covers. While a big block already makes a mighty
motor, this one has been upgraded further with an Edelbrock
four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer 2.0 Intake. There
have also bene good investments in supporting components, like the
dual electric fans and upgraded polished pulleys on a serpentine
belt system. This big block fires up nicely, and there's a terrific
bass-filled rumble from the dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers.
The three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power
brakes with discs up front all come together to make this big V8 El
Camino a terrific all-around classic cruiser.
Big power and the right features all come together on an El Camino
to make a classic that you know you want to gets your hands on