Fuel-injected V8 power, low mileage, sleek style, and plenty of
extras (including A/C) headline this 1970 Chevrolet El Camino. So
that means you get an iconic style, plenty of power, and nice
details - all in one affordable package.
This El Camino is documented to show it has averaged less than
1,200 miles annually over more than a half century. That's an
instant indicator that it was treated with long-term respect. But
this one is not just about preservation. It has been given good
investments along the way. The deep blue paint was an upgrade later
in life, and so it retains quite a nice shine to show off the
well-fitting sheetmetal. You can also tell there has been money
spent on the chrome just by the way the large bumpers give off a
terrific shine. The taut black vinyl roof and good stainless trim
(including around the truck bed) give this some premium style. And
the large dual exhaust tips and Rally wheels with raised white
letter tires have a muscle car appeal. So this really gives you the
best of everything, right down to the liner paint in the bed that
also includes an El Camino rubber mat.
The black vinyl top outside is also a preview of the full black
interior. The seat has been recovered nicely. Plus, the door
panels, carpeting, headliner, and dash all have a nice appearance
and a car-like feel. So this El Camino is an easy place to spend
some time. You even have upgraded features including a retro-style
AM/FM digital tuner, stereo speakers, power windows, and
cold-blowing R-134A air conditioning. There's also a well-done
performance feeling that comes from upgrades like the three-spoke
sports steering wheel, large tach, and a SunPro auxiliary gauge
trio cleanly installed under the dash.
The engine bay has a clean look and a nice amount of added polish.
There are even cool details, like the blue in the valve covers and
air filter to coordinate with the exterior paint. But what you'll
really love is the substance of this strong V8 heart. It's a 350
cubic-inch small block with an aluminum intake and headers. Plus,
it's topped with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system.
That makes for added performance and consistency in all conditions.
And because you want a classic like this to be a nice cruiser, you
have easy driving features, like the three-speed automatic
transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/front discs.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the low-mileage El Camino
that delivers on the quality, features, and upgrades you really
want. So when everything you've been looking for is already ready
right now, you know you don't want to let it slip away. Call