Rookie classics offers a 1984 El Camino.
Nice project Chevrolet El Camino with many options!
This El Camino is from 1984, has a strong running V8 and smooth shifting automatic transmission, air conditioning, electric windows, central locks, luxurious and fresh interior, a wooden steering wheel that can be removed, Boyd Coddington wheels, side skirt kit, etc.
It's a great driving Chevrolet which my colleague personally drove home in America in Arizona over a big pass (ridge) in about 46 degrees Celsius and the engine stayed strong on good temperature.
The car was built in Arlington Texas and always driven in Arizona. These are the right ingredients for a super hard and rust free car.
The paint is ok but not perfect. It has some imperfections here and there but overall its not bad at al. There is some paint loose on the tailgate, no rust, but it looks like some sort of chemical reaction from the paint. Only in a spot of about 10 centimeters on the tailgate.
Furthermore the driver side door panel needs to be re-assembled, and some more stuff needs to be done.
There is a piece of a spoiler missing on the right. This can still be found on the internet.
There are also some small things that could be improved, such as a window that goes up and down a bit difficult.
The car is still very dirty and dusty inside and under the hood from the Arizona dust.
Just a very nice El Camino to drive and tinker with.
Please note you are looking at a 38 year old Classic car. This is not a brand new or completely restored 1000 point show car. It is very nice but there will always be that is not perfect or something to improve or renew.
We will sell this El Camino as a project car.
The El Camino comes with american title and import documents.
We speak English and German.
We can deliver this El Camino to your door.