This 1978 Chevrolet El Camino, acquired by the current vendor in 2022, has undergone significant restoration. The roof and hood have been repainted, a bedliner coating applied, the interior retrimmed, an engine tune-up performed, the transmission serviced, and various components including the ignition coil, radiator, water pump, fuel pump, thermostat, hoses, exhaust header gaskets, and fuel lines replaced. The vehicle is powered by a replacement 350ci V8 engine paired with a three-speed automatic transmission. The exterior is finished in gray metallic, contrasted by red vinyl upholstery. Additional features include an Edelbrock intake manifold and four-barrel carburetor, exhaust headers, a lowered suspension, power steering, power front disc brakes, 14″ steel wheels, and a push-button AM/FM stereo. This El Camino is now offered with a clean Florida title and no reserve.

The exterior, painted in gray metallic, features dual side mirrors, bright rocker and side moldings, and chrome bumpers. The hood and roof have been repainted, and a bedliner coating was applied by the seller. Notable is a paint bubble on the hood.

The 14″ steel wheels are adorned with chrome trim rings and center caps and are shod with Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 white-letter tires. The truck benefits from power steering, lowering springs, and power-assisted front disc brakes with rear drums.

The bench seat has been reupholstered in red vinyl, complemented by a matching dashboard pad, headliner, carpets, visors, and door panels. Features include a push-button AM/FM stereo, armrests, and rubber floor mats. The air conditioning is non-functional, and there are cracks in the interior trim pieces.

The two-spoke tilting steering wheel, wrapped in an aftermarket cover, frames an 85-mph speedometer, an analog clock, and a fuel level gauge. The coolant temperature gauge is inoperative. The five-digit odometer shows 72k miles, with approximately 150 miles added by the current owner, though total mileage remains unknown.

The replacement 350ci V8, reportedly installed by a previous owner, features exhaust headers, an Edelbrock intake manifold, and a four-barrel carburetor. Recent work includes an engine tune-up and the replacement of the ignition coil, radiator, water pump, fuel pump, thermostat, hoses, exhaust header gaskets, and fuel lines.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a three-speed automatic transmission, with an aftermarket dual exhaust system fitted. Corrosion is evident on some underbody components.