Deputy Director Region 6 - 2013 Founders' Award Re
My first new car was a 66 Elky, forget all the others before or after I remember it as the start to a 67 a 69 and 3 more restored 69's and one stuck and will never be sold at any price while I am alive. My "EL Chromeo" was a 2 year frame off in 89 & 90 and still going as it is never finished, only done for now every once and awhile. But from about 6 years ago it has been if I buy any more cars to have fun with or resale they must be a good completed ride that only needs TLC and some bolt ons. A it's cheaper and B I can't do the physical part anymore. El Camino's, ya just gota love them, but go to a show of any size and there is 1 to maybe 3 unless it's a meet of ELky's, I have seen a 485 car show (2 years ago) with one ELky mine now is that a high or what you win not matter what and I did, best engine and a mag pic. So drive them easy or drive them hard just keep fixing them. If you just drive one on the street once a week or every day when the guy next to you gives the thumbs up you just won again and that's your win.