1966 Chevrolet El Camino 283ci V8 engine, 2 barrel carburetor, powerglide transmission, 10 bolt rear end, power drum brakes, power steering, HEI distributor, VIN is 134806KXXXXXX. I bought this car in Arizona and it is very solid, this car is not a rust bucket like cars from the rust belt. The car has been repainted, new black interior, new windshield and rear glass, new door weatherstrip, new exhaust, new aluminum radiator, new upper/lower ball joints and new inner/outer tie rods. 15x8 rally wheels with 245-60-15 Cooper Cobra tires, I also have the 14' wheels and dog dish caps. If you don't want the rally wheels, I will negotiate the deduct on the price of the car. If you like the car but would prefer a modified car, disk brakes, another engine or transmission, different wheels, etc.
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).
With a bespoke body by Vignale and raced by illustrious drivers, the 625 Targa Florio spider is valued in the mid-seven figures
Classic & Sports Car Show and Flywheel Festival scheduled for late June at Bicester Heritage
The Pick of the Day is a Paris show car once owned by the president of Argentina, and a past Pebble Beach Concours award winner