1967 Chevrolet El Camino
1967 Chevrolet EL Camino
Second generation (1964–1967) El Camino. Born a factory AC car with Fridgidare compressor. (AC currently not cold, will be leak tested and charged with Freon). Unlike a pickup truck, the El Camino was designed from the two-door Chevrolet station wagon platform, with a cab and cargo bed. The compact Falcon-based Ranchero was the only car-truck on the market from 1961 to 1963. Then Chevrolet introduced the El Camino in 1964 and 1965. Although based on Chevrolet cars, the El Camino is classified as a pickup. The 1967 had the same Chevelle styling facelift which included a new grille, front bumper, and trim. Air shocks remained standard equipment on the El Camino, allowing the driver to compensate for a load. The 1967 model year also brought the collapsible steering column and options of disc brakes and Turbo Hydramatic 400 3-speed automatic transmission.
Paint and exterior
Nantucket Blue. Newer Driver Quality Paint. Wood grain strip horizontally across the outside of the tailgate. The taillight lenses feature a 3 chrome line bezel creating the appearance of 3 taillight. The license plate is centered between 2 back up lights recessed into a large chrome dynamically shaped bumper. The dual (side by side horizontal) headlights have aluminum blacked out between horizontal ribs ends that are molded into the nose of the fender. Pristine bed with zero rust.
Upholstery and interior
Blue Bench Seat vinyl Interior. Wood grain strip across the dash face horizontally holds headlight switch and ignition module and ignition bezel. 3 spoke factory correct steering wheel with horn buttons on the upper 2 spokes. Chevelle chrome horn button. Vinyl steering wheel perforated wrap gives you a non slip soft grip to steer this nostalgic classic car / truck. “Malibu” emblem glove compartment bezel.
Original Engine: No
350 V8 Engine. NOM built performance 350 small block. Stylish “Corvette” style ribbed ribbed aluminum valve covers, chrome air cleaner. Edelbrock Dual plane aluminum high-rise intake manifold with a four-barrel carburetor. Cast iron exhaust manifolds. Factory stock vacuum advance distributor with remote coil. One of my favorite features, the two-piece steel fan shroud which is one of the easiest designed shrouds ever created to remove from a vehicle. No pulling the fan loose etc..
Wheels and tires
Rally wheels with beauty rings and caps with Cooper Cobra raised white letter tires.