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1967 Chevrolet El CaminoReview
Eric writes:
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My First Hot Rod / Love — I love it and will keep it forever. I'm not going to be like the other car enthusiasts that say, " I had a car just like that when I was young" How many more words to I have to type. Not everyone will even find an El Camino to restore.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: That my dad bought it in FL when he was 23. It sat in our barn for more than 20 years, until my 16th birthday. I did most of the body work after school.

Cons: It always loves me by showing me that it is a never ending project.

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1967 Chevrolet El CaminoReview
Bruce writes:

Fun Old Toy , Newer Avg. Compact — likes..looks,sounds,power,truck/car versatility,only a few out there,real head turner,fun to cruise in............. dislikes.....poor old school handling/braking,upgrading soon,,gas mileage sucks,no surprise there,,finding replacement parts not easy or cheap,, again,no surprise. Overall very happy with it.!! I also drive a VW golf . good little fuel sipper,peppy,versatile h/b with folding seats,sunroof,nice stereo,did i mention fuel saver,kinda high maitenance costs though... AS for recommending a car to anyone,buy what suits your needs/budget. The VW is a daily driver,my Camino is a fairweather fun cruiser/carshow hopper,daily driver...not so much.I think my next car is gonna be a motorcycle though?

Pros: cool/fun factor

Cons: not so cool factor.....read complete reviews on both cars,you judge

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