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Stock #:

4206-DFW

1970 Chevrolet El Camino

$27,995

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136800K148894

1970 Chevrolet

El Camino

$27,995

SOLD

Stock
4206-DFW
Engine Size
350 V8
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Miles
64,477 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
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Description

GREAT COLORS! SMOOTH 350 V8, AUTO, POWER BRAKES, NICE PAINT, CLEAN INTERIOR!

With the handsome good looks of a Chevelle and the utility of a pickup, the El Camino offers the best of both worlds: performance and practicality. This 1970 El Camino has been built to further blur the lines that separate vehicles-big performance, great looks, and a lot of comfort.

The bodywork is beautifully finished and the workmanship is shown to great effect thanks to vivid Green Metallic paint off-set with blinging White SS-style stripes on the hood. These vehicles typically led harder lives than your average Chevelle, and finding a clean one, let alone investing enough to bring it to this condition, is a tough proposition. But this Elky pulls it off with great gaps, exact fitment, and laser-straight bodywork that's proof that a ton of time and money was spent in getting this 'ol girl prepped and ready before the paint went on. And that paint happens to look brilliant to, showing only minor signs of use, most of which could be attended to via a professional buff and polish. A cowl hood was installed up front to set an aggressive tone, and out back, the uber-clean bed was covered in black spray-in bedliner material, so it's more than capable of handling anything you're ready to haul. All the chrome and trim is bright including the bumpers, slick SS grille, and the trim around the bed which has no dings or damage from use. 'SS' badges in the grille and on the front fenders add a flair of drama and the dual exhaust tips under the rear bumper bark out the snarl of the engine ahead. Man, this is one good-looking Elky.

Offering a trick mixture of old and new, the interior was completely restored using as mixture of correct and aftermarket components to form a cool cab in which to spend some time. That means the freshly upholstered ProCar bucket seats and custom center console are all slick and practically look new, and the door panels and dash are just the way they were in 1970. But when you slide behind the wheel and grab the Pilot steering wheel, which has been fully wrapped in woodgrain, you'll realize this is no ordinary El Camino. A full array of stock instruments are ahead of the driver, augmented with a set of auxiliary units that were neatly integrated into that custom-built center console that splits the seats. A Sony AM/FM/CD stereo delivers eardrum-splitting performance to match the engine, with tunes blasting from behind the seats via JL audio speakers and an amplifier, and it all sounds great because the cabin has been fully insulated with Dynamat materials. The carpets below are in great shape and are formed in the correct pile, and the rubber Chevrolet-scripted floor mats will protect them for years to come.

If your idea of entertainment runs more towards G-forces rather than decibels, you'll be relieved to know that the engine is packing heat. The warmed-over 350 cubic inch V8 offers an Edelbrock aluminum intake, 4-barrel carburetor, and a chrome air cleaner up top. The engine bay is very sanitary and clean, with a few dress-up items such as Chevrolet chrome valve covers and light blue paint on the block itself. Long-tube headers help the block breathe easy, a red-top optima battery ensures an easy start, and the big radiator up front keeps the whole show nice and cool. The transmission is a TH350 3-speed automatic and lives between the pipes of a nice-sounding Magnaflow dual exhaust system with chrome tips peeking out from behind the rear bumper. The stock suspension looks to have been lowered a bit to give it a low, mean look that is still fully functional on the street. Bright and loud 20-inch Foose chrome wheels stuff the wheel wells, wearing low-profile radials that look right and finish off the killer look.

This is a really nice car, er, truck. None of the upgrades have compromised its utility, but its drivability and performance have been improved and the slick presentation is unforgettable. Call it a truck, call it a car, either way you're going to love this El Camino. Call us today!

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Features

  • Power Steering
  • Seatbelts
  • Power Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Defrost
  • CD Player
  • AM/FM Radio
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Green Metallic
Interior Color
Tan
Front Suspension
Single Shock w Coils
Rear Suspension
Air shocks, Coils, Trailing arms
Front Brakes
Power Drum
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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