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Going to look at/buy a 1967 El Camino tomorrow, I'm excited!
Pics look good, Cali car, no rust, 327/glide, still has all the pollution stuff on it. It's Supposed to be # matching, yet to be seen.
 

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Good luck...post pics weather it's good, bad, or ugly.
 

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Well I got it, its a lot good, a little bad, and a little ugly.
I'll get some batteries for the camera and post pics later.
 

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I'm going to try to up-load some pics. Well that didn't work.
How do you do the photo bucket thing?
I'll load them to my company web site and see what I can do from there.:texas:
 

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Interesting ride,definitely don,t see many 67' years.
PS, part of my reason for first joining here was an excuse to learn to type & post pics. Gotta start somewhere, something of interest helps for motivation to learn. Welcome to the site.
What sort of plans do you have as far as restoration?
 

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Looks like a good driver and a solid base for doing whatever you want to to it.:beer:
 

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Very little rust, floors, quarters and rockers are great.:texas:
 
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