We know you already love a deep, dark 1968 Chevrolet El Camino. The more you look at this one, the more you realize it's a very custom vehicle. After all, the interior is far from stock, there's an overdrive transmission, and the V8 has plenty of go-fast goodies. So it's amazing you can get this full package for such an obtainable price.
The great thing about an El Camino was that it was supposed to be adaptable for everything. This was the one vehicle that could go to church on Sunday and run a bale of hay from the fields on Monday. Along the way, something else got added into the mix: attitude. With El Caminos getting caught up in the muscle car war that was consuming its Chevelle sibling, they became the baddest truck/car around. 1968 was a particularly mean-looking year for the El Camino because it has the Chevelle's front overhang like a furrowed brow. And the Super Sport-style upgrades are nice with the blacked-out grille (w/extensions), SS badging, added sport mirrors, and dual scoop hood. More than just look sinister, the black is a great backdrop for all the brightwork, including the mirror-like chrome bumpers and the upgraded polished 15-inch Pacer alloys.
While the outside has added aggression, the inside has added comfort. The black custom bucket seats have a soft cloth and a unique Alligator pattern that is continued on the custom center console, door panels, steering wheel and parts of the dash for a nice total package feeling (you might just have to nickname this El Camino ""The Gater""!) This has all the right features for a great cruiser, including a power windows, a cup holder, a pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth, and beginning provisions for air conditioning. This is set up nicely for the driver with the custom sports steering wheel on a tilt column, all the right auxiliary readouts in the custom center console, and a B&M ratchet shifter.
The dark engine bay funnels all your focus to the bright motor, and this one really deserves your attention. They obviously made a solid investment in shine on this one, but what you'll really love is the substance within the style. This 350 cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand Street Warrior intake, and long tube headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, you'll also spot the right supporting components, like Summit electric fuel pump, steel braided hoses, and an aluminum radiator. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission adds versatility to the power, because it's both stout enough for the motor and it also gives you overdrive comfort. Plus, there's power steering, power brakes, an upgraded front sway bar, and an added rear sway bar.
Complete with maintenance receipts, you can tell there was a ton invested in this unique classic. So now is your opportunity to get something so well equipped at such a nice price. Call today!!!