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1968 Chevrolet El CaminoReview
Lehi writes:

Sure Wish I Had Another One — one of the classics that was a great all around car. with the right power combo, it was an unstoppable machine. at the same time it was practical and even got good mileage out on the highway. and the lines that came out that year were awesome, softened up the hatd corners and made an awesome designed car

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: 68 Chevy El Camino, need i say more?

Cons: nothing bad about this car

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1968 Chevrolet El CaminoReview
Jason writes:

In Progress Restore...true 68ss 138 Vin — This is a 68 El Camino Super Sport, all original, all matching, picked up in oklahoma. It is stripped down currently and getting there. Sheet metal work is 90% done. Then the engine will get overhauled and the beast will be brought back to life...then I would like to move on to a real car like a 71GTX or a 70 Coronet RT 440.

Pros: Nice front. Lots of room to pull stuff in. V8 396 RAT.
Half Truck * See cons....;)

Cons: Half Truck.

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1968 Chevrolet El CaminoReview
Dallas writes:
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Ol' Reliable — Just built a 427 BBC for it, still runs on pump gas, drive it to the racetrack, and runs consitent 11.60's in the quarter. Love this car! I've won countless races in it including 3 NHRA Wally's, and a division championship.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Looks cool, lots of power, and its a Chevy!!

Cons: Gas mileage....especially when theres nobody in front of you....hahaha

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