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Make: Chevrolet
Model: El Camino
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1970
Mileage: 21,686
Color: Other
Engine: 383 Stroker V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1970 Chevrolet El Camino Additional Info:

One look at the paint, and you'll fall in love with this 1970 Chevrolet El Camino. And don't worry about rushing to judgment, because the deeper you dig, you'll only find great pieces like the full custom interior, upgraded drivetrain, powerful 383 stroker V8 under the hood, and so much more.Yes, the paint is as good in the pictures as it is in real life...if not better. There was a very large investment in a modern Copper Metallic and a very professional hand applying it. But it takes more than amazing paint; you need to have outstanding bodywork, too. The result is an even shine that rolls off the whole body. You can really see the quality in the way the paint radiates off the entire side without even a ripple. So this kind of craftsmanship is worth the price alone, but there's also so much more going on this total package. The brightwork is amazing on everything from the mirror-like chrome bumpers right down to the details like the door pulls. And there are plenty of aggressive touches like the tall cowl hood, blacked-out grille, full tonneau cover, and bright Billet Specialties alloys with a 17/18-inch stagger that give this El Camino an aggressive stance.The moment you open the door, you realize there was plenty left in the budget for making you love the inside as much as the outside. That's because the custom tan leather bucket seat interior has the kind of fit and finish that would make a new car jealous. The matching color is on the custom door panels, carpeting, dash, and center armrest for a truly thoughtful presentation. This one was built with the driver in mind. Your left hand will love the chrome and tan custom steering wheel that gives you a full view of the AutoMeter gauge package. And your right hand may never want to leave the pistol grip of the B&M shifter. There's an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo w/satellite radio controls, but let's face it, you're favorite soundtrack will really be the wicked rumble of the dual exhaust.That growl is courtesy of the monster of a motor under the hood. It looks fantastic in the copper painted engine bay. In fact, not only are the walls in the modern color, but even the block is, too that's a true award-worthy presentation! Plus, there are so many polished components that you'll nee your sunglasses before popping the hood. But once you get beyond the shine, you'll see the substance of a performance-built V8 crate motor. This 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 has plenty of go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, aluminum heads, and powder coated headers. It feeds a TH350 three speed automatic with a 3500 RPM stall to keep you in the best powerband. The power gets to the ground through a racer's favorite Safe-T-Track rear end running versatile 3.55 gears. But this one is much more than just pure power. The Chevelle connection is felt on the road with a nice car-like ride that's backed up by great driving features like power steering, an upgraded A-arm front suspension, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes.There was a large investment over every inch of this El Camino, and that's why you're probably thinking about all the awards you can win with it. But don't fantasize too long, because a deal like this will be gone quickly. Call today!!!