Resides in Sunset TX!
The rear door must be to access the spare. I don't mind it.
I wish that one could talk.
That’s where you store your golf bags.
Imagine rolling into Oakland Hills in that.
They couldn't dial 911 fast enough!
A flower car?
I was thinking the same thing
'least they didn't ruin a 2dr posty!
They butchered it and then abandoned it.
All I can say is WOW!!!!
There's been a few differnt home made ones here in Australia.
I am ok with this.
I'm not... but I'd be interested in reviving someone else's attempt... it would have to be a rough car for me to feel good about it.
I'm OK as well. JUST as long they took a very rough car. Looking at the Australian versions, YES done A WAY LOT BETTER than the elcamino and ranchero.
Looks fairly solid, can you purchase it?
A guy I worked with had a mid 70's GM. I laughed when he bought it, but he said "Go take a look" and I had to say that it was done fairly well. It wasn't a show car... It was built to haul stuff, but it was not a hack job.
The issue I have with all of the Mopar conversions are the roof and doors are too short. If you look at an El Camino, you'll see they used doors from a 2 door, so the length of the roof and side windows look correct. It always looks like your head would be against the back window in most conversions.
So yea... a 2 door sedan would be the car to start with... or at least not cut the roof up so far. Ideally, the rear of a station wagon and the front of a 2 door sedan.
I would think so as well. Not a big industry around Chrysler professional cars, but they were out there.
Edited: just looked more closely at the pics. Saw the rear doors. I’m going to change my opinion to hack job!
The only one that looks good.
I think that rear door gives access to the box behind the rear window.
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