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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-02-2018, 04:00 PM Thread Starter
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Cool One for the books

While taking a break from working on my dash, I found this. https://www.yourcustomcar.com/1198-c...el-camino.html Sure is different. I thought of Stickman. The only thing I could see that would look better was if the rear doors were filled.

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Years ago at Carlisle, PA car show I saw a very nicely done Impala/El Camino conversion. It was where the expensive cars were under a roof and pretty sure it was part of Rick Hendricks car collection. Obviously money is not an option for him and it was a nicely done conversion.

I found a few pics of similar conversions on the web but this is one I found....

https://www.reddit.com/r/cars/commen...o_concept_car/
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While taking a break from working on my dash, I found this. https://www.yourcustomcar.com/1198-c...el-camino.html Sure is different. I thought of Stickman. The only thing I could see that would look better was if the rear doors were filled.

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Actually some funeral homes will take their old hearses and have them converted to flower cars. Happens quite often. Not what this is but it is interesting that it happens. Cool car.


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