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Oh cool. And the rust bubbles starting at the bottom of the quarters, they could easily be patched properly. With a replacement woodgrain transfer, you'd never know. Very clean example.
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Oh cool. And the rust bubbles starting at the bottom of the quarters, they could easily be patched properly. With a replacement woodgrain transfer, you'd never know. Very clean example.

Extremely clean and low-mile.

Also very,very, rare even when new.

But...

I just can't stand woodgrain on an El Camino.

My Uncle had one of these, and his was the definition of ugly - it was white with the woodgrain, and a green vinyl top! This ebay car is far more palatable.

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I luv it!.....because it's so evocative of the era....the woodgrain, the vinyl roof.

I've seen a Ford Ranchero done like this to, from the factory and I actually kind of liked it...it looked so 'I own a ranch with a white rail fence'.

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