VERY CLEAN EL CAMINO W/ GREAT LOOK! A/C, PS, PB W/ FRT DISC, PWR WINDOWS/LOCKS
You can get a pretty good idea of how nice this very impressive 1984 Chevrolet El Camino SS is just from the photos. It's still quite affordable and represents a massive bang for the buck, but the quality and classic look make it far more desirable than your average bargain-basement beater.
Let's start with the bodywork, which is laser straight and doesn't look like the beat-up old El Camino your gardener uses to haul tools. As a lifetime southern car, it's quite clean and you will definitely be impressed by the quality of the two-tone finish. The handsome black-over-silver paint job makes it look sleek and contemporary, and with a mild chin spoiler and red stripes to highlight the fender openings, it has a long, low look that works rather well. A cowl induction hood gives this SS a distinctive performance look, but they retained all the original chrome, including the front and rear bumpers and the factory-style SS decals look right. The bed doesn't look like it ever had to work for a living, and is as nice as the rest of the car and is now protected by a bedliner, so it can still do a few chores around the house if needed. The entire look is one that will have people thinking it should have cost a lot more than it does.
The interior offers the same custom "is it stock or not?" vibe, with a black vinyl split bench seat, door panels, and matching black carpets, which still look quite good, although the door panels might be getting a little tired. This Elky is also loaded with options, including A/C, power windows and locks, a tilt steering column, cruise control, and remote mirrors. The black upholstery works quite well with the sleek black and silver bodywork and easily sheds that stodgy 1980s GM image that the Monte Carlo and El Camino seemed to share. A column-mounted shifter means there's adequate room for three, and drop-down armrests make it comfortable for two. Clean, round instruments in the original instrument cluster that look like they belong in a Camaro instead of a truck, and they lend a racy vibe to the otherwise all-business Elky. The stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/CD head unit, but that seems to be the only notable modification.
The original 305 cubic inch V8 still does its thing under the hood, offering good torque and adequate performance that suits a truck/car like this. It's mostly stock and in 1984 it was torquey enough to be a real handful on the street when the bed was empty, so it's a lot of fun to drive. It's tidy enough with lots of recent service items, including an R134a conversion for the A/C system, and despite being a small block Chevy V8, it appears to be almost completely stock. It runs smoothly and starts easily, and between that TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and the 10-bolt with highway-friendly gears inside, this El Camino cruises easily around town or cross-country. The underside is shockingly clean (take a look at the photos!) and offers a recent exhaust system and shocks, so it's ready to rock. Contrasting Rally wheels finish the look with BFGoodrich T/A radials so it sits just right.
The clean bodywork alone is enough to make you want to take this car home, and there's simply no way you could duplicate this El Camino for anywhere near the asking price. Call us today!
Defrost, Air Conditioning, Heat, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Seatbelts, Power Brakes, AM/FM Radio, CD Player
- Engine Size
- 305 V8
- Transmission Type
- Fuel Specification
- Body Color
- Body Style
- El Camino
- 46,833 (Unknown)
- Fort Worth
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Split Bench
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months