Say you wanted a powerful muscle car to shred tires and rule the drag strip but also needed to be responsible and purchase a vehicle that could haul things around and do practical things. The world of practicality and performance being one in the Sixties was practically unheard of. That is until Chevrolet revealed its El Camino, a coupe utility vehicle on the muscle car base we have all come to know and love, the Chevrolet Chevelle. The Chevrolet El Camino will go down in history books as one of the automotive world’s greatest inventions and whilst they were actually used as utility vehicles, they have now quickly become highly collectible. Looking to get in on the fun? This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino we have today is surely a good option. Located in Arizona this piece of American automotive history can be yours to enjoy on a chilled out drive as well as sit pretty on your driveway.
Making a Chevrolet El Camino stand out is a simple task. What's better is that the 1967 model year saw the Chevelle's styling facelift with a new grille, front bumper, and trim making the car look as fierce as a true muscle car. This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino sports a red exterior which makes the car stand out even further, the paint is in really good condition as it is reported to have been recently repainted. The Cragar-styled vintage wheels add to that sporty look and complement the car's overall look extremely well. If you do want to haul stuff around the bed liner has also been replaced. Steeping inside this 1967 Chevrolet El Camino you would notice the black interior with red accents all around. The interior is far from original and sports a host of custom upgrades which include bucket seats and faux wooden steering for that sporty drive feel and a custom dash with digital gauges which grabs all the attention. The seller points out that there are no horn or turn signals, but these minor niggles can easily be rectified.
With the El Camino, you sure got an engine trim for everyone. The smallest engine available was an inline 6 engine and the biggest was a massive, big-block V8 which was geared for more performance. This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino however sports something bigger than the original big-block V8 available from the factory, Chevrolet’s biggest and most powerful engine at the time, the 7.4 L (454ci) V8 engine. The engine is reported to have been recently repaired and has less than 1000 km on the clock since it was rebuilt. The 454 engine is good for more than 300hp whilst also being easily tunable for more power as well. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Car Location: Arizona Rebuilt 454ci Reported to have less than 1k miles on rebuild Reported to have been recently repainted Bucket seats Aftermarket digital dash/gauges No horn No turn signals/blinkers Faux wooden steering wheel Seller noted that the tires are in great condition Brand new bed liner