This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino really checks all the boxes for a
nice classic, including a cool color theme, an A/C interior,
desirable power options, and an SS-style suspension setup. And as
you look under the hood, you're going to see a desirable ZZ4
performance crate V8.
Ermine White feels like a good Chevy performance color. After all,
the first Corvettes were all painted this hue. So more than just
factory-correct, it fits the personality of an El Camino that's
built to be a fun and powerful cruiser. But before you dig into the
info on the upgrades, it's also nice to appreciate the classic
style that comes on this distinct pickup/coupe. It has the
wide-stance front end of its Chevelle sibling, and the long lines
of the pickup body look imposing, too. Form-fitting chrome bumpers,
unique trim around the bed, and classic rally wheels all give this
a great cruiser style. This example was even brought back from
California. So it makes for a desirable history, and you can just
picture a couple of surfboards in the useful truck bed.
Medium blue is a great look against the white exterior, and the
trim tag says this is the factory-correct color. It offers a
mixture of correct components and worthwhile upgrades. The clean
carpet, door panels, and dash make this inviting. And even the
courtesy lights are working. The split-bench has the look of
factory, but it's now power-adjustable for the best driving
position. There are more comfort upgrades like a retro sound
AM/FM/iPod stereo, cup holders, and cold blowing air conditioning.
And when was the last time you saw an El Camino with power windows?
Plus, this is a driver's setup with a three-spoke Chevy sports
steering wheel, a tilt column, and correct-style tach.
Under the hood is a hot small block nestled in a tidy engine bay.
This is a 350 cubic-inch ZZ4 performance crate motor. This V8 has
the right features, for power like a Holley four-barrel carburetor
and a Chevy performance intake. There are also the right components
for an all-around good driver, including a serpentine belt system,
HEI ignition, and an aluminum radiator with electric fans. As
you'll look underneath, you'll spot nice upgrades like an H-pipe
dual exhaust and an SS-style rear with boxed trailing arms and a
sway bar. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes, and front discs complete a solid all-around
This El Camino has been upgraded for both power and comfort without
losing the classic style you'll love. So don't let this opportunity
pass you by, call today!