Neil’s Buick Powered El Camino

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Neil bought this Chevrolet El Camino via Ebay. As he says himself the car was “Mechanically worn out but basically a straight rust free car” so he immediately ripped it apart and started his customizing. The main and the most notiabe change was the engine – Neil swapped the original 229 V6 with a 455 Buick heart which was teamed with stock Quadrajet carb, mated the powertrain to a Tremec 5-speed, tilt steering, power windows, hood, etc. Build process here.
Nice piece of art, Neil.

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