The 4th generation El Camino was introduced in 1973. This version features rectangular headlights along with the classic El Camino style.
This example features all original sheetmetal and flooring throughout. It is a dry climate car finished in two-tone dark blue & light blue metallic. The paint is decent, with a number of flaws on closer inspection. The body itself is exceptional. There are chip touch ups and a paint blister on the hood.
Open the door to 1976. The interior features factory blue vinyl bench seating along with the original dash and instrumentation. An aftermarket cassette stereo has been installed as well.
The dash is covered in carpet, likely to cover cracks. There are a few notable cracks on the dash visible as well.The upholstery is clean and nice, displaying some color wear primarily on the driver's side.
The door panels are original and in good shape as are the door undersides.
Underneath this car it is excellent and original. The flooring and frame is a further testament to its exceptional dry climate condition. The exhaust system has been replaced.
A new engine option for 1976 was this 305 c.i. V8 rated at 140 horsepower. The engine compartment features excellent sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support.