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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by El Camino Kid, Apr 23, 2018.

  1. DDDenny
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    I had this 65 in the early 70's, factory 327/4speed/12 bolt.
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  9. 'Mo
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    Joe Bailon built this sweet hauler for his wife Marge, even before the introduction of the El Camino.

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  12. Racingsnake
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    Any more pics of this one?
     
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  13. 'Mo
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  14. Racingsnake
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    Cool, thanks
     
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  16. Mike
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    Thank you.
     
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  19. 6sally6
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    Any chance of getting more info on this one? Maybe different angle shots. Really like how the back window...is.
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  20. 'Mo
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    1942 Buick...

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    But for the "before" pics, I would have thought this to be Photo-shopped.

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  23. raymay
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    I always thought a 61 would make a nice ElCamino. When I did my 56 ElCamino build, I got lucky and found a 2 door 210 Wagon. The doors are longer than a 4 door and make the design more in proportion and allow for a decent size cabin area giving it more of a factory design look. While I like the idea of this 61, I believe the lines could have looked much better if the builder had made a change and installed a set of longer 2door doors. A 59 roof and back window would probably have been a good fit on this one as well.
    That being said, I know and can appreciate the amount of work that the builder had to put into this build.

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  24. 'Mo
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    Dave Wright...Oooh, My!
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