Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1965
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 in direct competition to Ford's Ranchero that hit the
streets in 1957. When the El Camino first came into the market it
was built on the Chevrolet X-frame and shared the same engine
options and styling as the other big Chevy cars at the time like
the Impala and Biscayne. In 1964 the El Camino was 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 1965 Chevrolet El Camino sports
a spectacular one-of-a kind paint scheme of red and silver. A meaty
set of Cragar 15' chrome wheels, chrome dual mirrors and a red
tonneau cover are great additions to a dynamite looking truck. The
black vinyl interior boosts a custom bench seat with center
armrest, AM/FM/ cd radio, air conditioning and after-market
oil/volts/water gauges. Finally, under the hood of this beauty is a
Tuned Port Injection 5.7 V-8 engine attached to a three-speed
automatic transmission. Power steering and power brakes are a nice
addition. Whether you are looking for a show piece or a great daily
driver this 1965 Chevrolet El Camino surely fits the bill.
1965 Chevrolet El Camino
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