1987 Chevrolet El Camino. One owner El Camino with 57,000 original miles. The last year for GM's popular sedan truck, the El Camino was first introduced in 1959–60 and then ran through 1964-87. The El Camino was introduced to compete against Ford's popular Ranchero. The second series of El Camino's were built on the Chevelle platform and then the GM G-body platform. Although based on corresponding Chevrolet car lines, the vehicle is classified and titled in North America as a truck. In Spanish, El Camino means "the path". Line-X Protective Coating in the rear bed. Cruise control. This example was manufactured by General Motors of Mexico. Door stickers state this vehicle is equipped with Superlift, air adjustable rear shock absorbers. Produced in May 1987, the vehicle conforms to all applicable U.S. federal motor vehicle safety, bumper, and theft prevention standards in effect at the time. This vehicle is equipped with trailer hitch.
1987 Chevrolet El Camino--SOLD (New York) - $0
|Chrome & Trim||Red and white pin stripe|
|Tires||P205/75R14 Radials with 14x6 rims|
|Door Panels||Electric Windows|
|Steering Wheel||Cruise Control|
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