1967 Chevy El Camino is a very awesome looking and driving Chevy. It has a 283 v8 in it and it runs great. I drove it on a few 20 mile away trips and around town on errands and This car got a ton of attention. The paint is original and has a really cool patina look if you are into that. I had people stopping by when I parked it out in front of my business and after I used it in a parade, talking about the originality of the look. The trans shifts all gears like it should. The gauges were working as well as some of the aftermarket gauges but the speedo was not working and the gas gauge comes and goes. The lights are all working and wipers. The radio turned on but I could not get it to play. There is a 8 tract tape player but not sure if it works. The seat is original, I used a seat cover as the original bottom upholstery was wearing off. The Frame looks to have been repaired. It is steel and very solid all the way through. looks really good. The floors were patched here and there but just okay. They feel solid but looks like thinner metal etc. The carpet looks survivor quality. The headliner is there but old and should be replaced. The dash pad and dash look good. The body is original and looks overall really solid. there are the surface rust spots/ paint chipping and fade, minor rust hole etc. I took pictures of everything and videoed it well. there are a ton of pics all around and under the car at the end of the video. It has good tires and chevy rims and center caps. I have a ton of extra trim pieces and parts that go with the car. This is a car you can start playing with right away or take it to the next level and totally restore it knowing what you are starting with. This El Camino has a clean and clear title.
Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan.
**We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1