Gateway Classic Cars of Charlotte is proud to digitally present
this 1965 Chevrolet El Comino. The first El Camino rolled off the
assembly line in 1959. It had a Bel Air exterior and rested on a
modified Brookwood station wagon platform. People liked what they
saw, and El Camino's first year on the market outsold Ford's
Ranchero, which had a jump start on this niche-type of vehicle.
Unfortunately, 1960 did not bring the same sales numbers as '59,
ultimately causing the auto manufacturer to put the El Camino on
"hold." Chevy was not about to give up and spent the next three
years redesigning the El Camino. By 1964, they were confident they
had reached their goals, and sales proved them correct.This car
gets plenty of attention wherever it goes. Fresh, bright red paint
shines brilliantly and covers the original sheet metal (a bonus
when a car spends over 20 years in Arizona). The classy,
fawn-colored interior looks great and compliments the exterior very
well. The "smuggler's box is hinged, allowing for easy storage in
the Rhino-Lined bed. A Chevy 350 V8 under the hood purrs like a
kitten, thanks to the Edelbrock intake manifold and 4-barrel
carburetor combination. Power steering allows you to fully
concentrate on the fun you're having while shifting the rebuilt
Muncie M 20 transmission through all four gears. A 10-bolt
differential with a 3.36: gear ratio delivers that V8 torque to new
tires, wrapping timeless 15" Rally wheels. Call us now to find out
to make this cool Camino yours!
1965 Chevrolet El Camino
Exterior Color:Bright Red (Code 81)
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