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Pontiac version of ElCamino


I know photos of it have been posted over the years   This Hemmings article is cool

 

https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2017/02/02/one-off-lemans-gives-glimpse-into-alternate-universe-in-which-pontiac-built-the-el-camino/?refer=news



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Put Hide a Ways on it, I'd bought one in 1968 (but I was 2 years old) Great Looking Rig! 



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Never heard this story about it until I got the email this morning as well. Always thought it was done in house at GM headquarters.

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Me too.... lol     

Imagine building a Beaumont SD version   a lot easier   biggrin

 

1968Pontiacsporttruck_01_1000-970x552.jpg

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That is so beautiful, that i am amazed Pontiac never built their own version. They wanted the Chevy Nomad wagon for 1955 1956 1957 but why not this sweet piece. 



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Could've swore this was the same car but maybe not. As seen at Spring Carlisle 2013.



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427carl wrote:

Me too.... lol     

Imagine building a Beaumont SD version   a lot easier   biggrin

 

1968Pontiacsporttruck_01_1000-970x552.jpg

1968Pontiacsporttruck_02_1000-970x565.jpg

1968Pontiacsporttruck_03_1000.jpg

1968Pontiacsporttruck_04_1000.jpg

1968Pontiacsporttruck_05_1000.jpg

 

 

 


I've never seen this before, that's really cool!



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That Buick version was a Seattle car. A lot of work to graft the Buick skin onto the doors and quarters!

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