1967 El Camino


 This coveted survivor truck is an amazing, numbers matching (engine, transmission and rear end) El Camino and it only has 87,929 actual miles showing on the odometer!   The Granada Gold color is the original color of this vehicle as is the interior.  It also has the original 396/325 hp Turbo Jet engine.  Other options on this incredible truck include air conditioning, power windows, vinyl top, tilt wheel, power disc brakes, power steering and the hidden storage compartment in the bed. The automatic transmission allows it to run and drive very smoothly.  This El Camino was restored to exacting standards the way GM would have built it on the line in 1967.  It is a shear pleasure to drive with the big block and automatic transmission.  The A/C blows cold which is an added bonus to driving this truck in the summer months.

The VIN is 136807B158013 which breaks down as follows:

1 – Chevy
36 – V8
80 – 2 door sedan pickup
7 – 1967
B – Baltimore, MD
158013 – Production Sequence Number

The information on the Cowl Tag breaks down as follows:

ST  03B shows that the truck  was built the 2nd week of March
67 – 1967
13680 – Custom 8 Cylinder
783 – Gold Vinyl interior
G2 – Granada Gold (upper and lower)

The Engine Stamp Number is as follows:

TO22ET      7B158013 (7 = 1967, B = Baltimore and 158013 matches last 6 of VIN)

The Transmission and Rear End break down as follows:

Transmission – CC-67-8679
            CC – Ypsilanti  400 Turbo Hydra-Matic
            67 -  1967
            8679 – Sequence Number

Rear End – CW 0303B (Tube) 12 Bolt Rear End

CW = 3:31 gear ratio
03 = March
03 = 3rd day of March
B = Buffalo

If you are looking for a nice old truck, look no further.  This truck is solid with no rust.