Original Owner: 1983 Chevrolet El Camino – $1,800 RNM

January 25, 2023 Update – The high bid of $1,800 did not meet the seller’s reserve price of $9,900, so we’ve moved this Silverado to our “Rides Still Available” page. Click the blue button above or below to navigate this ride’s bid page, where you can select the green “Buy Now” button.

GuysWithRides.com is excited to offer Lot 177, a 1983 Chevrolet El Camino, in an online, reserve-price auction on behalf of the original owner.

Bidding opened Wednesday, January 11, 2023, and continues for fourteen (14) consecutive days ending at 3:30 PM Eastern time on Wednesday, January 25, 2023.

This one-owner 1983 Chevrolet El Camino currently resides in Floyd, Virginia.

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The Deets

Year: 1983
Make: Chevrolet
Model: El Camino
Location: Floyd, VA
Mileage: 154,227
Exterior Color: Carmine Red
Interior Color: Burgundy Velour
Engine: 305 cu in OHV V8
Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
Fuel: Gas

High Bid = $1,800

Original Owner: 1983 Chevrolet El Camino – $1,800 RNM

Chevrolet produced the half-car, half-truck El Camino Ute in five generations between 1959 and 1987. While Chevrolet based the first generation on its full-size Brookwoods two-door wagon chassis, the next three iterations from ’64 through ’77 relied on the mid-size Chevelle wagon.  Chevrolet introduced a new, downsized El Camino in 1978, adopting the new, more sharp-edged Malibu styling, While the new El Camino shared front-end sheet metal, doors, tailgate, and rear bumper with the Malibu station wagon, the chassis was a unique design shared with no other Chevrolet.

In 1982, Chevrolet restyled the El Camino’s front end with a new crosshatch grill and quad square headlights. Gasoline-engine choices were unchanged, except Chevrolet’s 229-cubic-inch (3.8-liter) V6 was now standard in California-bound cars, replacing Buick’s 231-cubic-inch V6.In 1983, the 4.4-liter V8 was gone, leaving the 5.0-liter version as the only optional gas V8. The standard engine was again Chevrolet’s 3.8-liter V6 with 110 hp.

The seller of this 1983 El Camino also happens to be the original owner, who reports their El Camino features an older repaint, its original rebuilt automatic transmission, and a four-barrel-topped 305 cubic inch V8.  This 1983 El Camino also features factory air conditioning.

Here is a complimentary CarFax® for this 1983 Chevrolet El Camino confirming the one-person ownership and mileage.  This CarFax also confirms this El Camino is an accident-free survivor example.  To review the CarFax, please click on the picture below. When finished, click on your browser’s back button to return back to this listing:

Original Owner: 1983 Chevrolet El Camino – $1,800 RNM

On Monday, January 9, a mechanic from Lemon Squad completed a pre-purchase inspection (“PPI”) on this El Camino. To review the report, click on the picture below to open it. When finished, click your browser’s back button to return to this listing:

Original Owner: 1983 Chevrolet El Camino – $1,800 RNM

To help you make informed bids, we’re providing access to Classic.com, the analytics and search engine for the Classic Car market, that provides an interactive graph of recent comparable sales year-to-date. By clicking on the green dots, you can navigate to each comparable car sold as a way to help you make an educated bid on the car we are featuring for auction here:

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Interior Gallery

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Underhood And Undercarriage Gallery

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Tires And Wheels Gallery

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If you have any questions about this one owner 1983 Chevrolet El Camino please leave a comment below or feel free to call Rudy directly at 877-468-6497.  Thank you for looking, and happy bidding!


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