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1986
Chevrolet
El Camino Conquista
Stock # 5171-DFW
Engine 5.0L
Transmission 4 speed auto
Color Black
Interior Gray
Mileage 40,001 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Wheel Specification 16"
Rear Wheel Specification 16"
Front Tire Specification 225/55/R16
Rear Tire Specification 225/55/R16
Front Brakes Specification Power Disc
Rear Brakes Specification Power Drum
Options
Seatbelts (Front) Power Steering Power Brakes Front Disc Brakes Cruise Control Tilt Wheel Cloth Interior Believed Original Engine CD Player
Advertised Price
$13,995
OR
$150.98
per month
SMOOTH 305 V8, AUTO, 2 OWNER CAR W/ CLEAN HISTORY, READY TO CRUISE!

It's official, 1980s El Caminos are worthy of collector status. This 1986 Chevrolet El Camino Conquista was deemed worthy enough to preserve and restore, and it certainly attracts a lot of attention on the street. Use it as-is, give it some upgrades, or put it to work; at this price, what do you have to lose?

Thanks to handsome two-tone black-over-silver paint, this El Camino looks like a far more expensive car than it is. It appears that the paint is an older respray, and it's a combination that works particularly well on the Elky's bodywork, enhancing the length of the body and highlighting the car's unique features. It has clearly been properly maintained with no signs of being a work truck, and seeing anything built in the mid-80s to fit together this well is a surprise. Sure, it's a full-blown driver with imperfections here and there, but the curb appeal is great for a driver-grade Elky at this low price-point. And unlike many of its siblings, this one doesn't have any questionable modifications or upgrades (sans the wheels, of course), and it's nice to see all the factory trim still in place as well. The stainless and chrome trim throughout the car/truck highlights the otherwise dark ... Please ask for the full description.

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Stock #:
5171-DFW
1986 Chevrolet El Camino Conquista
$13,995

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Stock
5171-DFW
Engine Size
5.0L
Transmission
4 speed auto
Miles
40,001 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
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SMOOTH 305 V8, AUTO, 2 OWNER CAR W/ CLEAN HISTORY, READY TO CRUISE!

It's official, 1980s El Caminos are worthy of collector status. This 1986 Chevrolet El Camino Conquista was deemed worthy enough to preserve and restore, and it certainly attracts a lot of attention on the street. Use it as-is, give it some upgrades, or put it to work; at this price, what do you have to lose?

Thanks to handsome two-tone black-over-silver paint, this El Camino looks like a far more expensive car than it is. It appears that the paint is an older respray, and it's a combination that works particularly well on the Elky's bodywork, enhancing the length of the body and highlighting the car's unique features. It has clearly been properly maintained with no signs of being a work truck, and seeing anything built in the mid-80s to fit together this well is a surprise. Sure, it's a full-blown driver with imperfections here and there, but the curb appeal is great for a driver-grade Elky at this low price-point. And unlike many of its siblings, this one doesn't have any questionable modifications or upgrades (sans the wheels, of course), and it's nice to see all the factory trim still in place as well. The stainless and chrome trim throughout the car/truck highlights the otherwise dark paint, and there's a nice break point for the two-tone colors above the wheel wells and down the lower portion of the body. The thick pinstripe band surrounding the bed is pure Conquista style, the bed rails add flash along with usefulness out back, and the front egg-crate grille has adorned GM's for decades, and certainly plays the part well here. There's also a spray-in bed liner out back (although it could use a little clean-up), so you can still put this one to work on weekends if that's your plan.

The mostly original interior is a real treat, starting with the comfortable cloth bench seat and stock=spec 2-spoke steering wheel atop a tilt column. The instrument panel should look familiar to anyone who drove a rear-wheel-drive GM product in the '80s, and this Elky includes an aftermarket temperature gauge to the right of the steering wheel, which is always a nice find in an old car. Surprisingly nice gray carpets and smooth vinyl-and-cloth door panels add to the well-kept feeling inside, and you'll note that this El Camino is heavily optioned with shoulder-harness seatbelts, power locks, factory A/C (needs to be serviced), and a tilt steering column. The original radio was yanked in favor of a modern Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit in the dash. You'll be pleasantly surprised by how much room there is inside and how bright and airy it feels, despite the close-coupled two-seat body and big bed out back. This is a car that you could drive cross-country without feeling like it beat you up, or down to Home Depot to haul away a bunch of lumber.

The engine is a 305 cubic inch Chevy V8 (aka the 5.0L) topped by an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor atop a Weiand performance intake, and it's making a reasonable (for 1986) 150 factory-rated horsepower. Most of the engine bay looks fairly stock, and by the looks of things all the factory running gear is still in place, more evidence that this car has been well maintained but never modified or abused. An Edelbrock air cleaner adds some flash to the all-business engine bay, as does the Chevy Orange on the valve covers and block itself, and it's full of mostly OEM components for reliability and easy service. You could spend a few hours giving it a deep cleaning and really make a difference, but if you just want to drive, it's ready to go! A TH200-4R automatic overdrive transmission means this El Camino is an easy highway cruiser, and it spins the original 10-bolt rear end with highway gears inside. A stock exhaust system sounds great and still carries a catalytic convertor for any potential emissions testing (although this Eky is emissions exempt in the majority of US states), and you'll note that the floors are extraordinarily solid, thanks to an easy life spent in the American South (Louisiana and Texas). Flashy 16-inch wheels add a custom look and carry 225/55/16 blackwall radials with plenty of tread left.

The day of the El Camino is here, so whether you want to use this one for fun or work, it remains a great choice. Call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts (Front)
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Cruise Control
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Cloth Interior
  • Believed Original Engine
  • CD Player
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Gray
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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