This 1986 Chevrolet El Camino, originally sold in California, journeyed to Hawaii before being meticulously refurbished by its prior custodian and subsequently acquired by the present owner in 2008. This automotive gem boasts a robust 350ci V8 engine, seamlessly paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and a limited-slip differential. The vehicle is resplendent in metallic pewter, complemented by a refined beige leather interior. Notable features include power steering, 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome bumpers, air conditioning, and power windows. This El Camino is presented without reserve by the seller on behalf of the current owner, accompanied by service records, a Carfax report, and a clean Oregon title registered in the owner’s name.

In approximately 2004, the pickup underwent a transformation, being refinished in metallic pewter. The exterior is adorned with bright trim, chrome bumpers, dual side mirrors, a rubber bed mat, and dual exhaust outlets with polished slash-cut finishers.

The 18-inch IROC Z-style alloy wheels, coated in chrome, are shod with aged Nitto NT555 Extreme ZR tires. The truck features power steering, with braking managed by power-assisted front discs and rear drums.

The bench seat, reupholstered by a former owner, is swathed in beige leather, harmonizing with a color-coordinated dashboard, door panels, and tan carpets. The interior is further enhanced with power windows, carpeted floor mats, and a fold-down center armrest. The air conditioning system requires a refrigerant recharge, and both the alarm and custom Pioneer CD/cassette stereo are presently disconnected due to a minor electrical draw.

A three-spoke billet aluminum steering wheel frames a 120-mph speedometer, a 6k-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges for fuel level, voltage, coolant temperature, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer displays 98k miles, with approximately 2k miles accrued under the current owner. The Carfax report notes a potential odometer rollover in August 1997 and a mileage inconsistency in June 2005.

In 2003, a 350ci V8 crate engine was installed, featuring an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and polished components such as the alternator, air cleaner cover, and valve covers. Exhaust gases are expelled through Bassani headers and a 2.5-inch dual exhaust system.

Power is directed to the rear wheels via a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission coupled with a limited-slip differential.