It’s undoubtedly been a tough week for football fans in the East Bay, but we’ve found something that might cheer up those who haven’t burned their old Darren McFadden jerseys — a Raiders themed 1967 Chevy El Camino!
The Raiders are still planning to play in Oakland for two more seasons, so why not enjoy the stretch run in style? Let’s not forget the Raiders were a Super Bowl dark horse before Derek Carr broke his leg — there are potentially good times left in the crappy Coliseum.
Must see one of a kind 1967 El Camino for the ultimate Raider fan. From the front to the rear, the custom air brushing will turn heads. It has Red’s hydraulics and a custom painted engine bay with a 383 Stroker.
This is a fully restored El Camino and no expense was spared (previous owner spent closet to $60k). Every single nut and bolt was turned on this car and is ready for the next owner. The odometer reads just over 40k miles but the 383 has less than 5k miles. Underneath the car looks flawless, you could eat off it, I can send pictures if needed.
Of course, once the Raiders do bail for Vegas you can just roadtrip in this thing. Perfect situation.