This 1968 Chevrolet El Camino SS has a mean dark appearance, a
comfy A/C interior, four-on-the-floor, an upgraded suspension, and
a 454 cubic-inch big block heart. So it makes for a classic that
impresses with both its style and substance.
The black has a great sinister look you want on an El Camino. It's
a real-deal code-38 Super Sport with an even bigger big block
heart. So it makes sense that they went even darker than the
factory blue. It's a thoughtful application where even the white
racing stripes were painted on. You may want to give it a
professional detailing if you're looking to bring back the kind of
luster that complements the nice brightwork. However, we already
like how it's a nice mix of an attractive style that you also
aren't afraid to enjoy. Clean glass, pliable weather-stripping, and
good body lines are all part of this Chevy's fundamental appeal.
And there are terrific upgraded details, too. You have crystal
clear headlights, a Rhino-Lined bed with smuggler's hatch, and a
set of polished Cragar SS wheels with a larger 17-inch size for a
better stance and better tires.
The all-black interior has the fresh look and feel of a solid
investment. So the door panels, carpet, headliner, and dash pad all
combine for a quality impression. Plus, you'll notice the bench
seat upgrades the classic style with individual comfy contouring.
There are more comfort upgrades like a retro-style AM/FM stereo
with Bluetooth, power windows, tinted windows, cup holders, and
cold-blowing air conditioning. And you'll also appreciate how much
of a driver's machine this is. You get an upgraded three-spoke
sports steering wheel, a full round gauge package with tach, and a
Hurst shifter exactly where your right-hand wants to be.
Under the hood is the 454 cubic-inch V8. We love the way this one
looks with the valve covers painted black to match the inner
fenders. And the Chevy orange big block is radiating a powerful
message from within the dark engine bay. It all has a fresh look,
and we have $20k worth of receipts to show a solid investment all
around. We're even told that the low odometer could reflect the
miles since the motor was installed. The 454 cubic-inch V8 was
larger than what the factory gave you in'68, and the upgrades don't
end there. You also have an Edelbrock 750 four-barrel carburetor,
serpentine belt setup, and Hooker headers. It makes for a motor
that fires up eagerly, idles nicely, and makes a sweet rumble from
the Magnaflow mufflers and dual exhaust. Best of all, the T10
four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the
power and its soundtrack. As you look underneath, you'll spot nice
upgrades like the tubular A-arm front suspension, boxed trailing
arms in the rear, and KYB shocks. Add in power steering, power
brakes, front discs, and grip of modern tires, and you've got an
all-around solid muscle machine.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and service manuals,
This classic El Camino Super Sport is a powerful street machine
that already has been built exactly how you want it. Don't let this
opportunity slip away. Call now!