Sweet feathery Jesus, I want the red one!!!! Happy MM!
Candy is dandy! The cool kids did Lemonheads and Red Hots. Just so you know. Happy Mute Monday!
And I changed my mind again . . .
Poor Moi's fingers!!! But yaaaa! you're up for Mute Monday.I want a classic Chevy Truck, circa 1950, but an El Camino is pretty hot too.Happy MM. Now rest. xoxo.
How in dawg's name did you know I've been salivating over muscle cars lately?! I've thought it through and decided that it's the only vehicle suitable for driving the COWWgirls around town. I imagine us all duded up, sitting high in the back seat as our cabana boy drives us down Central. We'll be the hit of all the parades!Dang, now all I can think about is that cabana boy...
an who dun lub the jello chebby??
The Return of man cars. Whoo-hoo!Uncle onc't had a heavy chevy that hauled us over half of creation...them was fun times.Happy MM!
Nice wheels Moi. Happy Mute Monday!
Great set of wheels, love the red one! Happy MM!
Nice take and some hot old cars.Black for me please.
Excellent pics! Sterling colors. You probably should say "I'm UP" again.You've inspired a Troll Story post from my days driving (not owning) an El-Camino!
love it!!! i bet these NM caminos do that bouncey thing dont they? the big dog wants to take my smashed old beamer and make an el camino out of it. grrherhahaha my grandfather had and el camino. it was so him. happy MM
The mullet of cars.
FABU! My 16-year-old daughter is in love with El Caminos and desperately wants one. We're currently restoring a '63 Chevy Nova Wagon and a 1928 Ford Model A... not a C-word, but still cool. Or, rather, it will be someday. I need Overhaulin' to come to my house.
I have red 1965 Dodge Dart Station Wagon that belonged to The Mister's grandparents. It's NOT cool, but I love it anyway.
Oooo zexy cars! :) Happy MM!
Nice rides! We have a lot of classics out here I think it is because the cars don't tend to rust quite so quickly.
Very cool, love the different colors. :)happyMonday!
El Caminos. Damn. Dadczar was a Chevy/Olds dealer for his whole working life, and I never remember seeing an El Camino on the lot. Staten Island folks didn't know what they were missing.
I'll have the fourth one down!:-)
They're a Ute over here in Aus.Well done.
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