Spotted this neat little job at the Pomona Swap Meet a few weeks ago. Its strictly business up front, business in the rear, but 2 very different businesses. Like twin brothers, ones a hedge fund manager, ones a brick layer. But what is with those wheels?
Could this be a prototype for a never built El Camino Crew Cab?
…At least maybe opted for the V6. I guess after losing his license Dr. Doom isn’t doing so well.
I know what this started out as, a 1929 Mercedes Gazelle kit car, I don’t know where it got cross bred with an off-road baja racer. I’m no suspension engineer, but I have never heard of a rear with both leading and trailing links. This was shot in the junk yard, but in the parking […]
Poor thing, such an undignified last resting place. Hopefully it will get put out of its misery, crushed, and turned into a Kia sometime real soon. At least they parked it near the Corvair van so it’d have a friendly face nearby. How far the once great have fallen. If those tail lights were still […]
Finally a speed at which the Corvair van is safe, that is as long as the occupants have had a tetanus booster recently. Not only is the flat 6 still there and complete, the fan belt is in a non-thrown position.
This guy’s approach to customization seems to be like the person who orders the left side of the menu at the restaurant. The front view is in focus, but I wouldn’t say its better.
Bitchin’ rattle can and masking tape flame job can’t keep away the long hook of the law. If it talked its last word could have been “…then I’ll see you in hell!”
Here lies Gato’s 1971 Matador. It had a good run, but being a Matador is a dangerous job. Here’s what she looked like the day the good folks at AMC made her.