1967 Chevrolet El Camino

This truck was built in California and spent most of its life there. When you inspect the body and undercarriage, you will see the benefits of a California vehicle.

It has always been a Marina Blue truck. We believe it was repainted once and then touched up since. The repaint is a bit older, but still looks nice.

Much of the stainless trim is new. There are a few imperfections in the pot metal, but not bad.

The glass is all good. The weatherstripping, seals, gaskets and fuses were all recently replaced. The tonneau cover is also a recent addition.

The suspension was beefed with coil spring air bags and air shocks. This was done to allow for trailer towing. There is a receiver hitch and power cord.

The original style Ralleye wheels look good to me. The derby caps and beauty rings are correct. The tires are raised white letter radials.

The interior has always been black. Originally the upholstery was vinyl. When the seat was recovered, it was done with cloth. There is a modern stereo. The floor shifter is new. All lights, gauges and features function properly. The heater core, controls and cables are new.

The 350 engine starts and runs great. It has an MSD ignition, aftermarket intake/carburetor and headers. The transmission is a 350THM. The differential is an open 3:36 ten bolt.

This is a great truck to drive. It is also worthy of any local show or cruise night. Life in California is good!


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