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- El Camino
- Seller: streetsidenc
- Phone: 866-542-8392
The 1972 Chevrolet El Camino has an iconic style, but there's much more going on with this one. The glowing paint and fantastic stance signal you should look closer. And everything from the digital gauges to the fuel-injected Vortec V8 under the hood tells you this is a restomod for driving. They even recently invested thousands $$$$ just to make sure the components were dialed in for a solid overall feeling.
Silver may be a timelessly attractive color, but this application has a deep gloss and smooth feel that is unmistakably a modern quality application. And the good body panels make for an excellent canvas for the paint. The complete package produces a ton of flair that's turned up a notch by well-done brightwork in places like chrome bumpers and trim. Plus, the badging has been deleted to add to the extra-sleek style. Another excellent custom detail is the upgrade to the 1970 front end. That means the iconic quad headlight package leading the way. Plus, there are Super Sport upgrades like the cowl hood and blackout grille. The black SS stripes are painted on for permanent aggression, and since black goes so well with silver, there's also clean-looking liner paint in the bed. The final touch of distinction is the set of 18-inch polished Riddler alloys. They add plenty of attractive shine, and at the same time, the larger size better fits the wheel wells and allows for disc brakes in front.
Just like the exterior, the interior has the proper muscle car appearance. Black vinyl is what we all love to see, especially when it matches the black accents on the outside. The seats, carpets, dash, and headliner have a deep dark appearance of a well-restored package. And there is an overall quality in the little things, like the working dome light and doors that close confidently. The investments were also about making well-integrated upgrades for a better all-around cruiser. You also have a retro-style AM/FM stereo and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. It's also set up to be a terrific driver's classic with bucket seats, a center console in-between, the iconic horseshoe shifter, a sports steering wheel, power steering, and Dakota digital gauge package with large speedo and tach.
While the upgrades to the interior and exterior are subtle, you cannot disguise the upgrade under the hood. The 5.3-liter Vortec V8 is a modern fuel-injected powerhouse with a reputation for robust construction and good power. There were about $7k in recent investments to make this upgraded Chevy a solid cruiser. This includes the transmission mount, front sway bar links, shifter linkage for the three-speed auto, front hubs, wheel bearings, water pump, idler pulley, alternator, fuel tank, and shocks. It means this is the kind of car you want to show AND drive.
Complete with build receipts, this is the iconic El Camino that looks distinct, feels comfortable, and delivers true modern power. That makes it a stand-out classic you need to get in your garage today. Call now!