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Chevrolet El Camino For Sale

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Dallas

Year: 1959
Color: Red
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 355 V8
The current owner obtained this Elco out of Texas and has enjoyed it for a few years. Walking around this stunning '59 one should notice the gloss red paint that is offset with gloss white. Adding to the curb appeal would be chrome bumpers, dual exhaust, chrome trim, 18' Foose chrome wheels wrapped in radial tires, visible drilled and slotted rotors,...

Houston

Year: 1960
Color: Green
Transmission: 4 speed Manual
Engine: 350 CID V8
For starters, any 1960 El Camino is a bit of a rare find: Chevrolet only sold a little over 14,000 units in its second year; after having a very good first model year's sales of over 22,000 units, wherein it outsold Ford's 3-year-old Ranchero by more than a 2:1 ratio (22K El Caminos vs. 14K Rancheros). The dramatic downturn caused Chevrolet...

Scottsdale

Year: 1964
Color: Black
Transmission: 5-Spd Manual
Engine: 383 Stroker V8
When it came in she had a small 2x4 block zip tied to the clutch pedal so she could drive it! This beauty has been gently driven but heavily loved and the love for power comes in all shapes and sizes. That explains why this gem is housing a 383 cubic inch V8 mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. The...

Atlanta

Year: 1965
Color: Purple
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 350CI V8
Few cars in history are as easily identifiable and loved like the El Camino. Over the 25 model years and 5 generations, Chevy's half truck, half car has proven to be a classic from its early days when it debuted in 1959. The El Camino was created in direct competition to Ford's Ranchero that hit the streets in 1957. When the...

Las Vegas

Year: 1965
Submodel: Restomod
Color: Tan/Red
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: LS1 V8
Incredible! You will not find a nicer 1965 Chevrolet El Camino anywhere. Fully customized, this car has been renewed and improved on every detail. Finished in a custom two tone candy apple red and tan combo with a green accent stripe, this paint job is incredibly high quality. The interior is a custom tan leather with digital gauges. It has all...

Milwaukee

Year: 1965
Color: Red
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 5.7L V8
Few cars in history are as easily identifiable and loved like the El Camino. Over the 25 model years and 5 generations, Chevy's half truck, half car has proven to be a classic from its early days when it debuted in 1959. The El Camino was created in direct competition to Ford's Ranchero that hit the streets in 1957. When the...

Dallas

Year: 1968
Submodel: Super Sport Show Winner
Color: Cordovan Maroon
Transmission: TH400 Automatic
Engine: 396 V8
This El Camino is very well known among the Worlds El Camino Community. For the past 13+ years, the owner has been a leader of the National El Camino Owners Association (NECOA*), the last 10+ serving as the National Director of the 24 worldwide Regions. The car was shown frequently at the US Nationals in his early ownership, winning a total...

Indianapolis

Year: 1968
Color: Aqua Turquoise
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Engine: 350
1968 would be the first year upon what many would consider the best looking of all Chevelle's. With a much rounder and sleeker shape, the new body style was an instant success. As with previous years the El Camino would be based on the Chevelle with the twist of that iconic truck-bed attached to all the beauty of a top tier...

Fort Lauderdale

Year: 1969
Color: Red
Transmission: TH400 3 Speed automatic
Engine: 350 V8
This classic Chevy is finished in a nice medium burgundy finish, on black vinyl & cloth interior. The interior features a bench seat, giving you greater passenger capacity than a bucket seat version.

This one is the recipient of a new GM 350 engine, as well as new battery, brakes, gas tank, front end components, and restored air conditioning. Additionally, it...

Atlanta

Year: 1969
Submodel: Restomod
Color: Silver
Transmission: 700R4 Automatic
Engine: 468CI Big Block V8
This '69 has gone through a four year nut and bolt restoration to make it a reliable daily driver and a weekend car show winner. Finished in a beautiful shade of PPG Global Silver with plenty of metallic, the exterior is just a show stopping as the interior. A two-tone custom leather upholstery creates a modern feel, and other updated touches...

Las Vegas

Year: 1969
Color: White
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
White with black cloth interior, powered by a 350 CID V8 Long Block with an automatic transmission. This 1969 El Camino's options include a AM/FM Cassette radio, power steering, seat belts, hub caps and racing wheels. 500 since the restoration, 12,000 since long block was replaced....

Philadelphia

Year: 1970
Color: Black
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 454 V8
This El Camino is powered by a 454 V8 Engine and backed by an Automatic transmission. Painted in Black with White racing stripes and just the right amount of Chrome it sure does catch your eyes passing by. The Top is a Black Targa hardtop and has a matching Black Targa cover for the bed to match! The interior sports two...

Houston

Year: 1970
Color: Maroon
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
The Chevrolet El Camino is a coupe utility vehicle that was produced by Chevrolet between 1959-60 and 1964-1987. Unlike a standard pickup truck, the El Camino was adapted from the standard two-door Chevrolet station wagon platform and integrated the cab and cargo bed into the body. The 1970 models received sheet metal revisions that gave the bodies a more squared-up stance,...

Atlanta

Year: 1971
Submodel: SS
Color: White
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 350CI V8
The concept of a two-door vehicle based on a passenger car chassis with a tray at the rear began in the United States in the 1920s with the roadster utility (also called 'roadster pickup' or 'light delivery') models. Although based on corresponding General Motors car lines, the vehicle is classified in the United States as a pickup. The Chevrolet El Camino...

Detroit

Year: 1971
Submodel: Pickup Truck
Color: Burgundy Custom
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8 Crate
This 71' El Camino nicknamed 'Native Pride' is a sight to be seen. The paint job on this beauty is nothing short of captivating. No wonder it has won several awards, including 1st place Autorama for Pickup Class. Powering this show stopping machine is a 350 Crate Engine with 357 HP and 407 lbs. of Torque paired to a TH350, 3-Speed...

Tampa

Year: 1972
Color: Blue
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 4.8L V8 LS Swap
Before you is a unique truck. Ever wanted all the pluses of a classic with none of the hassle? This 72 El Camino fits the bill. With its handsome Chevelle looks up front and utility out back, it now sports a completely modern drivetrain and fresh suspension. Yes, you read right. This truck is powered by a 4. 8l GM, LS...

Tampa

Year: 1972
Submodel: SS
Color: Dark Blue
Transmission: 700R4 4 Speed Automatic
Engine: 396 CID V8
The current owner claims that the car was restored about 7 years ago with almost 5k miles driven since. Walking around this car one should notice the dark blue metallic paint, 15' American Racing alloy wheels with offset radial tires, hood pins, chrome bumpers, chrome handles, chrome mirror, tinted windows, SS Badging, spray in bedliner, and dual exhaust peaking out of...

Kansas City

Year: 1972
Color: Red
Transmission: Turbo 350 Automatic
Engine: 502 V8
This stunning El Camino is powered by a strong running 502 V8 paired to a smooth shifting Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission. If the 502 is not enough power for you, there is a large nitrous tank in the back floorboard ready to deliver a 150 shot of nitrous directly into engine! Nitrous has been seldomly used on this set up and...

Tampa

Year: 1979
Submodel: Classic
Color: Black/Grey
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 350ci V8
Chevrolet synched the market when it responded to Ford's Ranchero with the El Camino. While Ford focused more on utility, Chevy went after style AND utility. This El Camino before you expresses that philosophy to a tee. Classy Malibu styling and comfort in front, with the utility of a mid-size truck out back. This truck has all the creature comforts. Cold...

St. Louis

Year: 1981
Color: Yellow
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 229 CID V6
The El Camino was introduced in 1959 and ran all the way through 1987. This current example is of the 5th generation. Beginning in 1978 and lasting until it was discontinued in 1987 The El Camino was made smaller and given more modern, updated styling. And as well as the styling on the outside it also shared its platform and style...

Houston

Year: 1983
Submodel: Conquista
Color: Brown
Transmission: 3 speed Automatic
Engine: V8
Few cars in history are as easily identifiable and loved like the El Camino. Over the 25 model years and 5 generations, Chevy's half truck, half car has proven to be a classic from its early days when it debuted in 1959. The El Camino was created as direct competition to Ford's Ranchero that hit the streets in 1957. When the...

Detroit

Year: 1985
Color: Black
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: Vortec Engine V8
Debuting in 1959 as a coupe utility vehicle, the El Camino endured through the 80s and developed a cult like following. With the ride quality of a sedan, the styling of a coupe and the utility of a small pickup, the El Camino was the go-to vehicle for those with an active lifestyle. This particular El Camino has a Vortec 350...

Philadelphia

Year: 1985
Color: Metallic Gray and Silver
Transmission: 200R4 Automatic
Engine: 350 V8
The Exterior is painted in a sharp Dark Grey Metallic and Silver with matching Grey and Silver interior. The Dash is equipped with a Dakota VHX gauge set, wood steering wheel and a radio. The exterior sports a Steel hood with 2inch rise, 15' American Racing Wheels with BF Goodrich tires. All powered by a 350 Crate motor with Hooker heads...

Nashville

Year: 1985
Submodel: Truck
Color: Dark Chestnut/Saddle
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 5.0L V8 4BL OHV
This sweet El Camino has just spent the last year being brought back to as close to original as the craftsman and his wife, who own it could make it, and it shows. The dark chestnut and saddle exterior with saddle interior look amazing. The body lines are as they should be, and the El Camino just has that clean and...

Charlotte

Year: 1986
Color: Burgundy/ Silver
Transmission: 700-4R Automatic
Engine: 406 CI V8
Few vehicles have left their mark on American automobile history like Chevrolet's El Camino. Since it was in production, people have been asking the all-important question - is the El Camino a car, a truck or something else? All you need to know is that the El Camino's unique appearance has captured the hearts and imaginations of people of all ages...

Las Vegas

Year: 1987
Submodel: Pickup Truck
Color: COPPER
Transmission: 3-speed Automatic
Engine: 305cI V8
Few cars in history are as easily identifiable and loved like the El Camino. Over the 25 model years and 5 generations, Chevrolet's half truck, half car has proven to be a classic from its early days when it debuted in 1959. The El Camino was created as direct competition to Ford's Ranchero that hit the streets in 1957. For the...

Denver

Year: 1987
Color: Beige
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 4.3L V6 V8
This Camino comes equipped with a 4. 3L V6 backed by and automatic transmission. This Car/Truck combo is super cool and presents like no other. With a new carpet kit as well as a few other upgrades the seller of this car has diligently cared for this car and kept it in very good running condition. Don't miss your chance to...

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Year: 1965
Color: Black
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 283
This early production 1965 El Camino is ready to roll. Sitting pretty in the highly detailed engine bay, is a rebuilt, matching numbers 283 CID V8 mated to a 250T automatic transmission. The black and white exterior of this iconic classic is clean and in good condition with new chrome all around. The matching black and white vinyl interior is also...

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Year: 1969
Submodel: SS
Color: Blue
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
Engine: 396 CID V8
On the block is a 1969 Chevrolet El Camino SS. A professional frame off restoration was completed in order to bolster the matching numbers transmission and engine block. The 396 cubic inch 6. 5L motor mates to the 700R-4 Automatic transmission put to the ground by a 12 bolt rear end with moderately aggressive 3:42 gearing. Having just over 2,000 miles...

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Year: 1972
Submodel: 454 SS 4 Speed
Color: Autumn Gold
Transmission: 4 Speed M-22 Rock Crusher Manual
Engine: 454 CID V8
The owner of this beauty purchased the car out of Jersey and has made many upgrades since. Upgrades or repairs include redone interior, wiring, clutch, oil pan, A/C, thermostat, battery, exhaust, hoses, plugs, tires, etc. Walking around this one should notice the unique Autumn Gold gloss paint that is offset with black racing stripes. Adding to the curb appeal is a...

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