• Stock:


  • Engine Size:

    327 V8

  • Transmission Type:

    3 Speed Automatic

  • Body Color:

    Dark Gray Metallic

  • Interior Color:


  • Miles:

    94,837 (Unknown)

  • Location:

    Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas

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We've had a bunch of El Caminos lately, and this 1967 example is one that nicely balances great looks with fun performance and a very reasonable price. It's still a car willing to work, but at the same time, you can show up at the local cruise night and everyone will agree that it's a very cool muscle car. It just might be the ultimate dual-purpose hobby car.

The charcoal gray paint gives this El Camino a subtle look, but there's no denying the muscle that lives underneath. It's led an easy life because the sheetmetal is in great shape with no signs that it was ever a work truck. The gray paint is probably two-stage urethane, so it's durable and easy to maintain, and if you really want to make this car pop, a professional wet sand and buff will pay big dividends. It was finished about six years and less than 1000 miles ago, so there are a few very minor marks but overall this car makes a great first impression that stands up to a closer look. The chrome and stainless trim in particular is in excellent condition, especially the trim around the bed, which always gets beat up when folks use the El Camino as trucks. And speaking of the bed, it has been finished with a spray-in bed liner that's not only durable but very professionally done with few signs of use since it was completed. It's really hard not to like this car.

The black interior features a bench seat and a beautifully finished instrument panel that uses contrasting blue paint to make it stand out. The seat covers are virtually new with zero wear, and most of the other soft parts were replaced at the same time, including the carpets, door panels, and dash pad. The three-spoke steering wheel and bright metal on the dash makes the El Camino feel upscale from behind the wheel, and the dash offers a comprehensive array of gauges that all have crisp markings and clear lenses. Factory A/C is a great find in a car like this, as is the tilt steering column. A modern AM/FM/CD stereo system with speakers stashed behind the seat really fills the compact cabin with sound and heavy-duty floor mats mean that you don't have to worry too much if you actually do take this one to the hardware store on the weekend.

The engine is a 327 cubic inch V8 with a casting number that decodes to a correct 1966-1968 small block engine. Equipped with a GM intake and Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, it's a very strong runner with a lot of enthusiasm. Fully rebuilt, it starts easily and pulls the relatively lightweight Elky around with ease. Detailing is quite good with Chevy Orange paint, a bit of chrome, and fresh components throughout, including a new alternator and master cylinder. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission feeds the original 10-bolt rear end, which we believe has 3.42 gears inside, a nice compromise between performance and comfort. A recent Flowmaster dual exhaust system sounds awesome and fresh air shocks out back help fine tune the ride, even with a load in the bed, which is really what this El Camino does best. Chrome Torque thrust wheels give it a racy demeanor and are wrapped in big 225/70/15 blackwall tires for an industrial look.

This is one of the best running and driving El Caminos we've featured in a long time, and at this price, it's impossible to go wrong. Call today!


Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Air Conditioning, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts


Maintenance Records


Engine Type
Engine Size
327 V8
Transmission Type
3 Speed Automatic
Transmission Spec


Body Or Basic Color
Dark Gray Metallic
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Paint Type


El Camino
94,837 (Unknown)


Interior Or Basic Color
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console

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