This 1965 Chevrolet El Camino is a sharp-looking classic with a very cool color combo. As you dig deeper, you'll also see a stellar interior, a well-built V8, and four-on-the-floor. So keep reading, because as you find out about more details, this coupe/pickup only gets better.
Ermine White is the factory-correct color, and it was given a quality respray during a full restoration about eight years ago. And when you pay for quality, it endures. That's why the glossy finish does a terrific job of showing off the crisp lines shared with a Chevelle. In fact, you can understand the level of detail work just by the little things, like all the correct badging and how the doors close with ease. The brightwork shines well with wide chrome bumpers, horizontal grille, and trim outlining the truck bed. Plus, the Cragar SS wheels tie the whole package together nicely because it both adds to this El Camino's shine and also has a sporty look that shows off the redline tires.
The red interior is a truly sporty touch as it almost looks like it's radiating within against the exterior white. And the trim tag tells us this was born with this awesome color combo. Of course, the restoration maximizes this appeal with its fresh and bright style. More than just look impressive, this one was made to be a great driver. You have classic pieces like bucket seats, a center console, and a floor shifter. These are joined by upgrades like auxiliary readouts and a sweeping tach to supplement the factory gauges. It makes for the kind of total package where you'll want to hop in and go for a drive. That's why there's also an upgraded retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with aux input to make sure you get to choose the best music for the open road.
The 283 cubic-inch V8 looks nice with the bold orange block, Chevrolet chrome valve covers, and shining air topper all radiating within the dark and tidy engine bay. This has the right casting codes to possibly be the original motor, but you can also tell there have been plenty of upgrades along the way. It has been built with double-hump heads, roller rocker arms, HEI ignition, an aluminum intake and topped with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. It fires up eagerly, runs strong, and you take full control with a smooth-shifting Muncie M21 four-speed manual transmission. Plus, power steering, power brakes, and a Positraction rear end make for a confident driver.
This is the restored El Camino you can show and enjoy. So if you want the most out of your classics, you know this one really fits your desires. Call now!