Everyone has seen an ss el camino conversion. I found an awesome alternative to that. There is a kit available for all 1978 through 1987 body style el caminos that consists of a fiberglass 1950 studebaker front end and reaer feder flares. It looks so awesome on it. I know almost everyone hates the look of the 1978-1987 body style but this thing looks so awesome! The guy who manufactures these also did a station wagon version. Iam fourteen years old and recently bought a 1984 el camino. Its nothing to brag about because its got a 6-cylinder enine with 110,00 miles on it. Im planning on doing a frame off restoration and putting this kit on. The first thing is an LTI engine to replace the old one. Im selling everything i pull so i your interested let me know.
The website for these kits is http://studemino.com/
Here are somepics of this beast (not mine… yet)
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