The origins of the Chevrolet El Camino reach back to Australia in 1932 when a farmer's wife asked Ford to build "a vehicle to go to church in on a Sunday and which can carry our pigs to market on Mondays." The El Camino has come a long way since the earliest days, yet it still makes a statement with the good looks of a Chevelle and the utility of a pickup.
This particular El Camino is badged as an SS 396, though it actually hides a 454 under the hood that makes almost 500 horsepower. Not sure if that makes this car a sleeper, or not. The engine has been dressed up with some polish, and sounds like a drag strip beast. Okay, definitely not a sleeper.
The interior has been spruced and boosted, too. This El Camino sports a great looking black interior and a great sounding aftermarket stereo system-on the off chance you ever tired of the engine's throaty song.
Put the pedal to the metal and get over here to Art & Speed to check out this beautiful machine. Call (901) 850-0507 or stop by today. Financing http://artandspeed.com/finance available.
454ci V8 Engine
484 HP @ 5200 RPM
Polished Valve Covers
4 Speed Manual Transmission
MSD Ignition & Coil
MSD 8.5 mm Spark Plug Wires
Stainless Braided Hose Cover Kit with AN Fitting Emulators
Aluminum Radiator & Reservoir
Polished Fan Shroud
Power Brakes-Front Discs & Rear Drums
235/60R15 Front Tires
295/50R15 Rear Tires
15" Wheels with Beauty Rings
Raspberry Pearl Finish with Black Racing Stripes
Black Vinyl Roof
Great Bed Liner
Black Vinyl & Velour Buckets with Chevy Bowtie & SS Embroidery
Nice, New Black Carpet
Nice Black Headliner
Manual Windows, Door Locks, and Door Mirrors
Aftermarket Stereo CD Player
8" Subwoofers Behind Seats
Aftermarket Tach, Oil Pressure, Volt Meter, and Water Temp Gauges
SS Steering Wheel