El Camino
Color - Interior:
Color - Exterior:
Sage Green over Ivory
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350 Cubic Inch
Performer Intake
Edelbrock Carb
HEI Ignition
Chrome Alternator
Polished A/C Compressor
Edelbrock Valve Covers
Aluminum Radiator w/ Billet Overflow tank
Ram Horn Exhaust manifolds w/ Magnaflow Mufflers
Saginaw 4 Speed Trans
Hurst Shifter
Stock Rear w/ 3.08 Gears
CPP Power Front Disc Brakes
CPP Conventional Power Steering Box
Front and Rear Sway Bars
Polished Stainless and Re-chromed Bumpers
"Here with new highs in style and sturdiness"
-El Camino Ad
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The 1960 model started at $2366 for the six-cylinder model; another $107 for a V8 with the
two-barrel 283. At first glance, the exterior once again had a Bel Air look, with that series'
bright-metal "jet" appliqué and narrow trailing molding used to accent the rear quarters. Inside,
Biscayne/Brookwood appointments also persisted. The seat was now covered in striped-pattern
cloth with vinyl facings. Available interior trim shades were once again gray, blue, and green. Floor
coverings were in medium-tone vinyl. Mid-1959 powertrain availability was carried over with
minimal changes for 1960: The base 283-cid V8 was detuned a bit for fuel economy and was now
rated at 170 bhp (127 kW; 172 PS), and the fuel-injected engines were officially gone.
Specs Continued:
Electric Wipers
Seat Belts
Tinted Windshield
Houndstooth Interior
Automatic Gauges
Tilt Steering Column
Hidden Audio System w/ CD Player
Vintage Air Heat and A/C
US Mag Wheels
18" Rear and 17" Front
245/45 Rear
225/45 17 Front