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66 El Camino Plane Jane

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I like to build mostly Plain Janes. This one has optional whitewalls and wheel covers only.

Thanks for looking.

Al

Edited by Porscheman

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Posted · Report post

Looks great!

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Posted · Report post

" Mainstreamers " are always good to look at ! You're El camino justifies a main streamer .....................

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Very nicely done, Al. What did you put in it for power?

Charlie Larkin

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Posted · Report post

nice build

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Very nice! I love the plain janes too.

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Al:

You always have some nice builds... I really like this 66 for sentimental reasons....

Regards

Bill (Duntov)

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Very nice, clean build. Looks good in silver.

Sam

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Nice clean looking model. I like the Plain Janes sometimes also.

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Posted · Report post

Plain Jane looks nice, it's good to see builds like these, great job!

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Very nicely done, Al. What did you put in it for power? Charlie Larkin
This is a curbside, sorry no engine.

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Very Nice and 1966 was a great year

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I tend to like the more mainstream, plain Jane type of builds. Straight sixes and four-doors were the bread and butter for Detroit in the '60s. Not everybody drove an SS in real life, so your El Camino gets a big "thumbs up" from me.

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