- $26,995 Get Financing
- El Camino
- Seller: StreetsideNashville
- Phone: 615-930-0600
This 1967 Chevrolet El Camino has an aggressive color, upgraded suspension, and a professionally-built dual-quad big block monster motor. And as you look over every inch of this classic, everything from the louvered tailgate to the full custom safety cage tells you that if this pro street machine got any wilder, you might not be able to hang a license plate off the back.
The upgraded paint is a vibrant color close to Chevy's famous Hugger Orange. It's an aggressive hue with a nice gloss from a more modern application. Even this Chevy's crisp body lines look sporty. The aggressive nature even gets better with the addition of the large cowl hood. Even the brightwork contributes to the intimidation factor. Because while you may like the look of the bumpers and the grille, it's really the shine of the 15-inch Weld-style racing wheels that capture your attention. And that extra-wide rear set really lest you know where the power meets the pavement.
The interior has a terrific look where it has a fresh style everywhere, including the carpets, door panels, seats, and dash pad. But what you'll like the most is that it will never be mistaken for a coddler. It's a pure pro street setup with bucket seats that contour to your body, a sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauges, toggle switches, and a B&M ratchet shifter. And the full custom race cage even extends into the bed for added security and strength.
Where this Chevy earns its attitude is with the full custom big block under the hood. This is a 454 cubic-inch V8 enlarged to 468ci total. It's further enhanced and fortified with a Comp Cams Xtreme Energy hydraulic flat tappet camshaft, Be Cool aluminum radiator, MSD ignition, an Edelbrock cross-ram intake, and topped with dual Holley four-barrel carburetors. Plus, Hooker long tube heads feed into an X-pipe dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. This motor is a 2015 build that's well documented with receipts, and it's said to have only 2k miles on it since completion. Part of the build also included the transmission. It's a racer's favorite Powerglide with a 3000 stall and the control of a manual valve body. This feeds a 12-bolt Positraction rear end with 4.10 gears for quick and confident take-offs. They also upgraded the suspension during this time, and it includes Moog bushings, UMI tubular rear arms, and a UMI rear sway bar. Power steering and front disc brakes are also there as easy features for use at both the street and strip.
Complete with build receipts, it's amazing that something this vintage and powerful is also so affordable. So don't miss this deal, call today!