1984 Chevy El Camino: The Chevrolet El Camino Was GMâS Response To The Success Of The 1957 Ford Ranchero. The Idea Of A Car-Based Light Duty Pickup Or Coupe Utility Had Been Played Around With Prior To World War II But It Seemed To Have Been Forgotten Until The 1950S When The Success Of The âGentlemanâ Pickups Like The Chevy Cameo Indicated That The Market Was Ready For An Even More Car-Like Pickup Truck. By This Fifth Generations Introduction In 1978, The Big Block Options Were Long Gone. The Most Powerful Engine Available Was A 350-C.I. V-8 That Made 170 Hp. The Base Engine Was A V-6 That Started At 200 Cubic Inches And Was Later Enlarged To 229 â A Welcome Change As The 200 Made Only 95 Hp Whereas The Larger 229 Made 115 Hp.
Shana is home from the beach and back in her seat!! We finally got to celebrate with her.. We missed her being gone, but she deserved every moment of her breezy birthday getaway. Thank you for all you do! ...
Mon - Fri : 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sat: By Appointment Only
Sun: By Appointment Only
Holidays: By Appointment Only
Christmas Break: December 24th-January 1st
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ABOUT THE VAULT
Over the past several years, The Vault has become the South’s Premier Classic Car Dealer. Since 2018 we have delivered more than 1,000 cars to happy customers. Our 100,000 sq.ft. showroom and restoration shop holds more than 50 of the highest quality classics . The Vault is dedicated to delivering your dream to your garage and bringing you the full value of your classic when it’s time to sell.