This 1986 Chevrolet El Camino SS represents the final generation of the vehicle that captured our hearts for uniquely mixing a smooth car ride and genuine pickup usability. This example celebrates this all-around worthwhile packaging by giving you nice extras like a locking tonneau and more V8 displacement than the factory offered. It means you have added cruiser distinction to go with the value price.
*Final-gen El Camino
*Classic white paint
*Maroon lower section and matching door line pinstripe
*Locking hard tonneau cover
*Maroon exterior accents are a preview of the maroon interior
*Provisions for R134a air conditioning (needs service)
*Driver-oriented: fold-down armrest, tilt column, and full gauges
*350 cubic-inch crate V8
Larger displacement than what the factory was offering
Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor
*Four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive
*Power brakes with front discs
This El Camino is a true pleasure driver. After all, you have enhanced V8 power, an overdrive transmission, and a car-like ride. Plus, these always had a cool cruiser style with details like the lights in the rear bumper so the tailgate could be smoother. And the profile has sweeping lines that are a bit reminiscent of the three-window coupes from the 1930s. So you can see how the mix of true cruiser appeal and value price makes for an irresistible classic. But you're not the only one who likes to take home a deal. So don't miss out, call today!