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1967 Chevrolet

El Camino

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Body Color
Engine Size
350 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual

1967 Chevrolet El Camino

1967 Chevrolet El Camino

The El Camino was a direct challenge to Ford's Ranchero, a utility coupe dominating a previously untapped market. GM flirted with coupe-type trucks such as the Chevrolet Cameo Carrier and the GMC Suburban Carrier in 1955, but they went all-in with the El Camino for the 1959 model year. The El Camino was built on a modified Brookwood station wagon platform. The first generation didn't last long. It could have been the new flamboyant wings of full-sized Chevys or perhaps the Ranchero's hefty stake in the market, but after just 2 years and 36,409 El Caminos produced, Chevy dropped the axe on the model. After dropping the axe on the original model GM decided to bring it back in 1964 as version 2 which lasted until 1967.

We offer up for consignment, a fully restored and slightly hot rodded 1967 El Camino from the bow tie company. A fresh rebuild on the 350ci V8 and Saginaw transmission, purchased by our consignors in 2016 and driven a mere 4 times during their ownership, all the while being safely tucked away in the garage when not in use. Some confusion may arise as to how this truck was born due to the existence of 2 trim tags, but regardless of original iteration, this truck is ready to haul home the trophies along with hauling ass.

Wonderfully preserved straight steel panels with well minded gaps make up this car like pickup. The Tuxedo Black respray is very nice and deep, and has just a few very minor scratches and paint chips here and there, but nothing major. Plenty of chrome trimmings lining the top of the bed and defining the cabin glass has been newly polished, also on the interior of the wheel wells, and all is in very nice mirror-like condition. Front and rear bumpers as well as the front grille present nearly new. The bed of this vehicle is lined with black painted ribbed steel and has no rust or major dents and is topped with a shock assisted black vinyl tonneau cover to keep your load secure. 15-inch-deep dish rally wheels with smooth bowtie chrome caps are on all 4 corners and are wrapped with Yokohama staggered width blackwall radials. Keep it simple stupid, (KISS), is the rule of the design for this car which shows very nicely on its exterior.

Opening the doors you will have the pleasure of feasting your eyes on the recovered and redone interior. A shiny black vinyl for the bolsters surround wide tuck and roll black inserts, and this all presents extremely clean in bucket format. These buckets flank a black plastic console with plenty of chrome highlighting around the edges as well as around the fully chromed shifter. Door panels are black as well, and again very clean just like the seats. The original dash sits proudly in front of the buckets and is also amazingly clean. It is made up of a fine mixture of padded black vinyl, black paint, silvery anodized aluminum and a peppering of black textured panels. A modern AM/FM radio has been added as well as a small tachometer to the driver's left, all in working condition. The black headliner is tear free but displays sagging and some notable folds. Ladies and gentlemen please rise for a standing ovation for the interior!

Within a fully restored engine bay in flat black, sits a gleaming red/orange painted GM 350ci V8 which has very recently been rebuilt, and it looks the part. There are aluminum ribbed valve covers and a Weiand intake manifold on top and on top of that is an QuickFuel 4-barrel carburetor. Topping off the mill are a pair of aluminum cylinder heads and actuating the valves is a Comp Cams .454 lift, 218 duration camshaft. On back is a 4-speed Saginaw manual transmission, which throws power to a 12-bolt rear axle. Supple black like new hoses and wires snake their way around this mill, and an open ribbed and polished air cleaner cover crowns this jewel.

Beautifully patinaed I say, which is the perfect description of this underside. A light coating of surface rust is erupting on the untreated components, but all remains structurally solid. A mix of road dirt and factory undercoating grace the flooring with the exception of the front pans which have been replaced and shiny brightly in black. A newer exhaust courtesy Flowmaster, fed by headers, is gleaming against the floor pans and all mechanicals underneath including the front independent coil spring suspension, and rear 4 link with new coil springs. For stopping we see power front disc brakes working together with power drums in the rear.

A pleasure to drive, very smooth running and a very nice ride. This car had good acceleration and came to a stop nicely with no pull. A good job on all the rebuilds and cosmetics.

Taking the time to do things correctly was the mantra of the builder of this hauler. All you now have to do is buy it, and get in and turn the key, and you will have at your fingertips a car/truck that is definitely a classic and spot on for a good-looking year production model.

36-Malibu V8
80-2 Door Sedan Pickup
B-Baltimore, MD Assy Plant
142630-Sequential Unit Number

01B-2nd Week January Build
ST 67 13680-1967 Malibu V8 2 Door Sedan Pickup
BDY KAN2518-Kansas City Body #
TR 763-Black Imitation Leather Buckets
PNT AA-Tuxedo Black
W-Tinted Windshield
2L-4 Speed Manual
G-Center Console
5Y-Custom Deluxe Seatbelts

01B-2nd Week January Build
ST 67 13680-1967 Malibu 2 Door Sedan Pickup
BDY BAL2518-Baltimore Body #
TR 761-Black Imitation Leather Bench
PNT C2-Ermine White, Black Vinyl Top

Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.