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Old 10-01-2008, 05:01 PM
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Well when no one is here to entertain me or everyone is ignoring my eccentric ways.

I google my Arse off & look for the kool/weird stuff.


http://www.leverfamilysite.com/El_Camino_Mutations.htm

Giving up my good stuff now.

Your lucky I like you Brian!!


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I like everyone until they ............



How about a 55 elcamino?



Heres a good one http://www.chevelles.com/elcamino/index.html



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Or a white 55 Camino

Saw this a few years ago, when I was lucky enough to be in Charlotte @ Lowes Motor Speedway during the Auto Fair.
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A guy around here has a '72 chevy sprint (el camino) lifted, and powered by a 5.9l cummins diesel, with all the 3/4 ton dodge running gear (trans, axles, t-case, ect). Looks alright, and turns heads wherever it goes. They had to lengthen the front end 8" to fit the diesel in.
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4 x 4 vette

back in the early 70's my brother bought enough pieces from 3 wrecked corvettes to put together a 57 body and dropped it on a buick powered jeep wagon chassis. I thought he should have restored it but this is America ... we used to have freedom to do our own thing. Restoration guys would get upset when they saw my steel t bucket. I found the 1915 body in 1951 and they were still crushing most old cars then.
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That buick is awesome ...I think that the 4x4 ElCamino is on a K5 Blazer frame IIRC

Shane

K5 chassis , too short . Short bed chassis , just right .

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Over at el camino centeral they would put the 4x4 elco on the wall of shame. But I like them.

I like em too. eCC can KMA . So far I haven't found a '70-'72 eL Cam to put on my 4X4 chassis , but I have found a '69 to do it with. It'll work, but the '70 series looks better up in the air like that. IMHO .

Damn, I'm Jonesin bad over a body to do this with. I have 2 K5s to play with, but I want an Elky up in the arh .
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