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No 167. Some one did a good job on making this something it was not. I think they used a Le saber windsheld on the back. If you look close you can see the weld marks on the top and side. Kind of cool. This is No. 157

No 167.
Some one did a good job on making this something it was not. I think they used a Le saber windsheld on the back. If you look close you can see the weld marks on the top and side. Kind of cool.  This is No. 157
fieldofcars, Nov 1, 2009
    • alfredfromchicago
      . This is a 59 or 60 Buick four door Hardtop, that someone tried turning into an
      El Camino. They used the rear half of the Hardtop (flat top roof). Neat attempt.
    • moonman42002
      looks like an old buick invicta neat idea
    • 47Plym
      ...I believe that's a 1960 Buick custom pickup.....an El Buick-o
    • fieldofcars
      I just talked to the guy who did this last weekend. He did it over 20 years ago. It was a 1960 Buick 4dr cut to a 2 door. The more I look at it I like it more and more.
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