Time to get out your full wish list, because this 1965 Chevrolet El Camino restomod is going to satisfy it...and more. You have a fuel-injected V8, overdrive transmission, fully upgraded suspension, a sleek body, and an A/C interior with plenty of luxury appointments. Best of all, the fresh style over every inch is because there's less than 575 miles on the full build.
The bold red paint radiates with a quality shine to immediately announce this is a fresh and thorough build. The modern clearcoat application does a great job of highlighting the well-creased lines that have turned the Chevelle/El Camino into a legend. The brightwork is noticeable from afar, with wide chrome bumpers, grille, and bed trim complementing the shine of the paint. LED headlights and modern alloys hint at the true restomod status. And while those Billet Specialties wheels add to the brightwork, it's hard to ignore the sporty style especially with their 18/20-inch front/rear stance. The badging has been deleted to add to the extra-sleek style, but you can also tell they went for a SS kind of vibe with the dual power dome hood with vent trim. To understand the full thoughtfulness of this build, just look at the bed. You have an aerodynamic tonneau cover, and beneath it, there is both color-matched liner paint and a thick foam form-fitting mat. This level of attention makes for an award-worthy total package.
Black interiors always look stylish against red exteriors, and you can see there was a nice investment in comfort and style. The seats are modern buckets with terrific bolstering for superior comfort. They even power adjust so that you and your passenger can easily find your individual comfort position. The plush carpeting, smooth dash, custom door panels, and all the fundamentals have the clean and fresh feel that remind you how few miles are on this build. There are the best upgrades, like cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, and a retro sound AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth. And it's a full driver-oriented setup with a center console and floor shifter. The Billet Specialties steering wheel is on a tilt column and gives you a clear view of the digital gauges with large speedo and tach.
The ultra-smooth inner walls of the engine bay mean you'll be opening the hood just about everywhere you park. It puts the small block on display, and this V8 is worth showcasing with its ultra-tidy set-up and plenty of polished components. More than just look attractive, this has an appealing amount of power. It's a 327 cubic-inch V8 that has been upgraded to electronic fuel injection to give you the best in power and consistency. It inhales with a custom air intake, and headers feed into the dual exhaust system with a throaty rumble. And any time you really want to bring the thunder, there are electric cutouts for an intimidating sound. The full package is built to be a thoughtful driver. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit built to handle power while also smoothly getting you into overdrive. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you can see the fresh presentation of suspension components such as tubular front end with adjustable coilovers and tubular rear arms with sway bar. You also have power steering, newer bushings, and four-wheel power disc brakes for an easy and confident feeling going down the road.
Bright, powerful, stylish, and fully upgraded - this is a great all-around restomod El Camino. Don't miss out, call today!!!