Could this be a prototype for a never built El Camino Crew Cab?
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!”
So you’re looking at this thinking, that’s not a very good homemade flame job, and then you scroll down, and its a Honda minivan!
Nothing says fine German luxury sedan like a window made out of tape that isn’t even transparent.
What are those supposed to be? Ghosts? Flames? 2 headed dragons?
Found this home El Caminized 1957 Chevy Bel Air on Craigslist. Bel Camino anyone?
Be a patriot, hide as much of you license plate from traffic enforcement cameras as possible, and write a racist slogan with hardware store lettering.
Everybody knows that in island ecosystems strange variations on a species can develop. On the island of Santa Catalina, where golf carts rule, a cut down Ford Fiesta can evolve into the perfect mini truck to move trailers. However, this definitely voids to warranty.
Sure you can save money by getting generic stick on letters from your local Pep Boys, but spell check it first.
Okay, send me pictures of the worst things you see on the road, I’m ready for them. Car bras, rims worth more than the car, bad stick on customization, rolling on the donut spare, cardboard or saran wrap windows, awesome custom airbrush vistas, driving while fat, get the idea? Marlon Bondo (Parkwood60@yahoo.com)