This 1969 Chevrolet El Camino has a mean kind of look and stance
that really maximizes the feeling that it's the muscle car of
pickups. And since this has an enhanced big block and
four-on-the-floor, it has the power to back up its attitude.
The gray paint is a modern upgrade that gives this El Camino some
instant distinction. There's even a hint of metallic that makes it
extra when you're out driving this one in the sunshine. The dual
power dome hood, big exhaust tips, aggressive stance, and 18-inch
black Ridler alloys with extra-wide rear ones give you plenty of
muscle machine style. And we especially like the way those black
wheels go with the blackout grille for an added touch of attitude.
And there's just something special about the way the chrome bumper
hugged the form in '69. So it makes for quite a stylish classic.
And since the El Camino is equal parts coupe and truck, they even
lined the sides of the best in with color-matched paint in case you
feel like doing a few weekend chores.
The black accents of the exterior get you ready for the full black
interior. It's clean and comfortable, and you can tell its focus is
about performance. You get a Grant sports steering wheel, an
auxiliary gauge trio cleanly installed under the dash, and a Hurst
T-handle shifter. So while there are upgraded speakers in case you
feel like adding a modern stereo, we bet your favorite soundtrack
begins under the hood.
The engine bay has a terrific style where the clean matte black
inner walls go with the matte black on the valve covers and air
grabber. It's a great way to showcase this tidy big block power.
Not only do you have a 454 cubic-inch V8, but it's also enhanced
with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a Summit intake, and Hooker
long tube headers that add even more muscle while also contributing
to the rumble of the X pipe dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers.
The motor is even supported by the right components like an HEI
distributor and an aluminum radiator. You are in firm control over
this big block and its soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual
transmission. It's a mean machine, but it's also easy to tame
thanks to good driving features like power steering, power brakes,
front disc brakes, and the grip of modern ZR-rated tires.
This El Camino has the muscle car look, feel, and power you crave.
Don't miss out, call today!
1969 Chevrolet El Camino
Exterior Color:Gray Metallic
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