This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino is a true vintage custom machine that
with cool upgrades, including a powerful small block. And the price
makes this deal hotter than the flames in the paint.
The '67 El Camino has a great look to it that defines the era.
After all, these had the same style is the iconic Chevelles. And
there's just something extra cool about the well-creased design,
including the style line runs front the extended front fender all
the way to the tailgate. So it makes for a great place to start a
custom build. This instantly announces its something different with
the custom orange up front that transforms into burning flames that
are consuming the pearl white behind it. There's even a blue
boarder on these graphs that are also used for the custom
pinstriping on the rest of this Chevy. Shaved door handles, a
lowered stance, and 18-inch Boyd Coddington wheels all add to this
full custom setup. The idea behind this one is a lot of custom work
on a vehicle that displays it has lived a useful life. So the value
price leaves room in your budget for improvements and
personalization if you're looking to upgrade to a show vehicle. But
there's already something quite cool about this El Camino's
ultimate shop truck kind of vibe. The bed even has the right
coating to get to work right now.
The same improved for usefulness style continues inside. It begins
with the bucket seats that are covered in a comfy gray cloth.
Similar materials are used on the door panels and dash pad. There
are nice classic elements, including wood-like trim, the Delco AM
radio for display, and a center console with clock and floor shift.
These are joined by some cool-looking upgrades, like the billet
door handles and Budnik steering wheel. And there's even a control
under the dash to adjust the rear air ride suspension.
The engine bay has a cool look where the bright valve covers and
air grabber have the same flame-kissed look as the exterior paint.
This is to signal you've got a hot small block under the hood. The
350 cubic-inch V8 has all the right pieces you want, like
double-hump heads, a midrise intake, and topped with a four-barrel
carburetor. The Hedman headers add even more power while feeding a
large X-pipe dual exhaust system. The motor is said to be part of a
more recent rebuild, and the way it runs strong reaffirms there has
been an investment here. Power steering is great for cruising, and
the Powerglide automatic transmission is there for both easy
driving or a little hot rod fun.
This El Camino has a cool/useful look today and a price that lets
you easily take it to the next level. So don't let this opportunity
pass you by, call today!