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65 Pontiac GTO el camino style

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Of all the GTO's I always thought the 65 would be the best candidate for and El Camino version. Your beautiful results confirm it.

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This is a great looking phantom! I like a good phantom that looks like it rolled right out of the factory. I have a spare '65 ElCamino body to try on a '65 GTO....one of these days!

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Very cool!  A convincing phantom.  Someone gave me an El Camino, so a project like this will always haunt me.

GTO Camino.jpg

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This has got me ready to start whacking plastic!! LoL

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Nice conversion. very well executed And color choice. Great attention to the details. I have a few ideas for phantoms like this, but my skills haven't progressed to where i'd feel comfortable attempting them. Not being critical, just an opinion, to my eye, the roof looks a little short in proportion to the length of the body.  Still a great build. I'd be proud  to be able to achieve this kind of work. 

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Nice conversion, I must say that I have had my thoughts many times about how this would look, appearantly it looks great. :P

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Never saw this when it was first posted but really like what you've done with this one. Masterful work.

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I'm not sure how it's back on the 1st page, but thanks guys.

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BLAH_BLAH_BLAH_BLAH that is really nice. Looks like something the factory could have put out. I admire your skills ??

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I especially like the swoop of the C-pillar, it looks nicer on the Elky than the coupe!

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Looks great, I have been toying with the idea of building this exact vehicle.  Years ago I converted a Plymouth GTX into a pickup, maybe time for me to do it again and follow what you did here.  Looks like it could have come from the factory as it is.   nice.

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