Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee proudly presents is 1984
Chevrolet El Camino. Few cars in history are as easily identifiable
and loved like the El Camino. Over the 25 model years and 5
generations, Chevy's half truck, half car has proven to be a
classic from its early days when it debuted in 1959. The El Camino
was created as direct competition to Ford's Ranchero that hit the
streets in 1957. When the Elky first came into the market it was
built on the Chevrolet X-frame, it shared the same engine options
and styling as the other big Chevy cars at the time like the Impala
and Biscayne. Chevy pulled the line for 3 years but in 1964 the El
Camino came back completely retooled on the new mid-size Chevelle
platform. For the remainder of the El Camino's life it carried on
as a midsized vehicle with car styling comparable to the
Chevelle/Malibu but with that unmistakable pick-up truck bed. This
two-tone blue 1984 Chevrolet is a clean example of the El Camino
phenomenon. Under the hood is a 305 cu.in. V-8 attached to a
three-speed automatic transmission. The interior is appointed in
blue velour with a bench seat. Options include power steering,
power brakes, Pioneer AM/FM/CD radio and air conditioning. This
1984 Chevrolet El Camino is great for that home improvement run or
just as a daily driver.
1984 Chevrolet El Camino
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