1967 El Camino Specifications

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While similar to the previous version, the 1967 El Camino featured a new grille, hood and front bumper.

New fenders and headlamp bezels were also revised on the 1967 El Camino. A dual master cylinder and front power disc brakes were now optional. Although the 396 engine was available, there was no official 1967 El Camino Super Sport option.

The 1967 El Camino trim was available in two levels including the base model El Camino and the El Camino Custom. The El Camino Custom featured a thin lower body molding, wood grain tailgate molding, and hubcaps with the Chevrolet bowtie. Each configuration could be ordered with a six cylinder or V8 engine.

El Camino interior colors were available in Black, Fawn, Blue, or Red. The buyer could have ordered a number of different El Camino exterior colors including Tuxedo Black, Ermine White, Nantucket Blue, Deepwater Blue, Marina Blue, Granada Gold, Mountain Green, Emerald Turquoise, Tahoe Turquoise, Royal Plum, Madeira Maroon, Bolero Red, Sierra Fawn, Capri Cream, and Butternut Yellow.

To complement the wide variety of available colors were the available drive train combinations that could be opted for on the 1967 El Camino. Base power was had by one of two six cylinder engines. Buyers who wanted more power could opt for aV-8. Manual transmissions were either 3 speeds or 4 speeds and the only available automatic transmission was the 2 speed Powerglide.

About 35,000 1967 Chevrolet El Caminos were produced.

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