Yes it would, Atleast if you plan to sell it as a stock vehicle. If you simply want to enjoy the wonderful car truck then the 305 would be alright. Depending on options included with the vehicle, the value loss can be quite significant. However if you are building a custom or a daily driver, what it has for an engine is really insignificant. Anytime you change anything on a classic, the value normally goes down. It all depends on the condition of the vehicle, and what you plan on doing with it. If you do indeed decide to change engines, I would certainly not install a 305. I would instead install a good 350. It is a much better engine with more power and dependability.
what about it?
I had same problem. I fixed it when I replaced my fuel pump with an inline electric pump & regulator. 4psi worked the best for me.
all depends on the engine you have.
= "Do you have to flash the computer after you replaced the engine?" =
235 horsepower is the power of the Chevrolet el camino automatic 1977 engine and its maximum speed is 112+ mph/
Depends on the engine
Depends on the engine and transmission
Most El Camino Have 8 cyclinders either a 305 cubic inch engine or a 350 CI engine. some of the early 60 models had 6 cyclinders.
differen't trim and heavier duty suspension, also the SS had a bigger engine.
The miles per gallon that an El Camino gets depends on the size of the engine. An El Camino with a Chevy 350 gets about 22 miles per gallon.
yes they had a diesel engine but only for 2 years 1984-1986 and the engine was made by Oldsmobile
about 250 horse.
305 cu. In. V8.
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the Chevrolet El Camino automatic 1974 and 1975 are 145 hp and 130 mph respectively.
The 4 engine Boeing 707 was replaced by the 2 engine 757.
More then likely it is a 305