‘83 El Camino Conquista, Original V8, under 117,500 miles. As far as I know this has always been a California Car and has been in my family for over 10 years. Clean title with pink slip in hand. New Two-Tone paint and interior upholstery but kept it as stock as possible with original colors. Also has brand new door and window rubber. Original rims and all the chrome trim is there. Spent over $2k a couple years ago on all new brakes, intake manifold also pretty new. Just smogged, registration current, daily driver. This ElCo was my daily driver for about a year and has always run great, lots of power with a comfortable ride. Great suspension, Power Windows and Door Locks, Alarm with Keyless entry and remote pager, New dash speakers and original radio but needs a new antenna which I bought but haven't installed. The AC needs a new condenser.
Also just put on new black/yellow license plates that read "83LCO", pretty sweet.
Pick of the Day is one of Chevrolet’s early personal pickups
Dad and daughter turned car-based truck into a gem
This 1959 El Camino has traveled 10,000 trouble-free miles.
The full-sized, Chevrolet El Camino was first launched as a new model in 1959 in response to Ford’s full-sized Ranchero model (launched in 1957).
Ed “Big Daddy” Roth’s iconic creation appeals to the younger crowd as well as the memories of older gearheads
The Pick of the Day looks to be in immaculate original condition
Sale to take place during Barber Vintage Festival. Auction house also expands upcoming Stafford sale to two days