For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet El Camino in Johnson City, Tennessee

Vehicle Description

I am selling a 1967 El Camino SS clone. It is a beautiful example of a highly-sought-after classic muscle car. It has accumulated 5000 miles since the restoration, it shows 97k on the odometer. It runs, sounds, stops and functions perfectly. The paint is other-worldly gorgeous, it should be at a cost of nearly $50,000. The paint, a classic milky-black, is finished to perfection. All the panels are laser-straight. It has exactly zero flaws....no dents, scratches or swirls, perfection. Under the hood is a balanced, blue printed 396 big block 396 Chevy motor. In my garage, on an engine stand, is the matching numbers 327 included, with the sale. It has a six-speed Tremec transmission that puts 460 dynoed horse power at the wheels, perfection. The interior is spotless, no resto-mod here. The upholstery is...well..again, perfection. It retains the original classic feel in the interior, with a few tasteful mods. This car garners a huge amount of uhs and ahs, you need to be aware of that. The bed is ash wood with chrome runners, no expense spared. It has an aftermarket suspension, it'll stick corners with the best of them. The stance of this car is what everybody strives for....perfection. The body has no insignia except the SS on the grill. Basically, it is a well-appointed, tastefully finished classic car, wrapped in a million dollar paint job....only thing missing is a giant bow....a perfect gift to put under the tree this Christmas. Below I've listed a few highlights:

- Matching numbers 327 on an engine stand, runs and functions as it should

- Chevy 396 under the hood, 460 HP dynoed

- Eisenmenger valve covers

- Brodix heads

- Fitech Fuel Injection

- Aftermarket hood hinges, really cool.....see pictures

- MSD Ignition

- Sanderson Headers

- Battery relocated to behind the driver's seat, includes an absolute kill switch

- Tremec 6-speed transmission

- Flattened and stripped firewall

- Hydraulic clutch

- Fitech fuel pump

- Aftermarket, well organized fuse box

- New interior, reupholstered bench seat (including the padding) and headliner, new carpeting 

- JVC stereo system, speakers, subwoofer and mounting

- Vintage Air air conditioning

- Aftermarket power steering unit

- Viking coil-overs on all four corners

- Wilwood Disc-brakes all four corners

- Tastefully lowered on all four corners, perfect stance

- 373 Rear End

- Magnaflow exhaust and tips

- Ash wood liner in the bed

- the Block is sanded and painted, not cheap!

Finally, I own the El Camino out-right, title in-hand. I have all the receipts for everything that was done to her while I was lucky enough to own her. The only reason I'n selling this Chevy is because I'm selling everything I own....well, almost everything. I'm moving onto a sail boat. The boat is big, just not big enough for a garage, haha. A garage is where she lies, under a cover, in wait for the rare occasion I take her out for a ride.

 

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Chevrolet El Camino
  • Listing ID: CC-1638318
  • Price: $67,500 (OBO)
  • Location:Johnson City, Tennessee
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:El Camino
  • Exterior Color:black
  • Interior Color:black
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:V-8
  • Odometer:5000
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Excellent
  • Seat Material:Vinyl
  • Engine History:Replaced
  • Engine Condition:Running
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