1972 Chevrolet El Camino SS Pro Street
Why This Car Is Special
The El Camino is the Chevy counterpart to the Ford Ranchero and started its run in 1959. The 1972 shares the same front end as the Chevelle but gives you the ability to haul or tow.
The 1972 Chevrolet El Camino Pro Street we have here at Skyway Classics brings a whole new meaning to that word “haul!”
Ours has been modified into a street or strip “hauler” with a powerful #3999289 454 cubic inch big block V8 engine, race inspired but A/C equipped interior, and a very modified narrowed race or street rear end with big meats to hold the power to the ground.
1972 Chevrolet El Camino SS Pro Street
Modified into a street or strip “hauler”
Orange painted #3999289 454 cubic inch big block Chevrolet V8 engine
Cowl induction factory open air cleaner with the 454 decal
Chrome big block Chevy valve covers
Performance carb and fuel system back to the fuel cell
Cam & kit
Vintage air conditioning
Turbo 350 automatic transmission
Narrowed Performance H.D. spooled rear end
Modified chassis with the frame connector and ladder bars suspension
Front Weld Racing rims and black sidewall tires
Massive rear Welds with Mickey Thompson black sidewall meats in the back
Temperature controlled with dual fans
Frame painted and detailed
Ron Francis Wiring
Fuel Cell w/gauge and sending unit
Very clean and detailed engine bay
Twin black bucket seats
Black carpeting and floor mats
Black door panels
Black four-spoke sports Chevrolet steering wheel on a tilt column
Black factory dash with Dakota Dash digital gauges
Performance automatic shifter with the white shifter knob on the floor
Blue painted roll bar
Deep and dark blue paint with ghost flames
Cowl induction hood, scoop, hood pins
Blacked out front grill with the SS emblem
Aluminum tubbed truck bed
The heart is the orange painted #3999289 454 cubic inch big block V8 Chevrolet Engine wearing the cowl induction factory open air cleaner with the 454 decal, chrome big block Chevy valve covers, aluminum intake, performance carb and fuel system back to the fuel cell, Cam & kit, Roller Rockers, Headers, Vintage air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, and chrome pulleys.
It is backed by a Turbo 350 automatic transmission with the power going back to the narrowed Performance H.D. spooled rear end and modified chassis with the frame connector and ladder bars suspension, and running on skinny front Weld Racing rims and black sidewall tires and massive rear Welds with Mickey Thompson black sidewall meats in the back.
It also has a very clean and detailed engine bay that has a means look as well as temperature-controlled radiator with dual fans.
The interior has all the best pieces with black carpeting and floor mats, black door panels, twin black bucket seats, Vintage Air system, aftermarket stereo, black four-spoke sports Chevrolet steering wheel on a tilt column, full black factory dash with Dakota Dash digital gauges, seat belts, black headliner, performance automatic shifter with the white shifter knob on the floor, and of course, the blue painted roll bar.
The paint on this one is a deep and dark blue with ghost flames and a terrific shine and presentation over the El Caminos swoopy design with the cowl induction hood and scoop, hood pins, blacked out front grill with the SS emblem, chrome bumpers, bright trim, marker lights, SS badging, and the shiny aluminum tubbed truck bed.
This 1972 Chevrolet El Camino SS Pro Street we have here at Skyway Classics is one modified street and strip car reminiscent of all the ¼ mile warriors back in the 60’s and 70’s.
It is not something you will see every day, but those who do see it will look at it in awe as it is one vehicle that they will have to reckon with.
The 1971-72 Chevelles and El Caminos are climbing in value and sell fast. Especially when they look like this one. El Caminos are just plain cool. Is it a car or a truck? Is it a muscle car? Is it a good investment?
Yes, to all those questions.
So, give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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