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Camino LS6

Here it is, Roger

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z28luvr01    170

it actually doesn't look that bad from that pic. How are the typical El camino rust areas?

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ocnblu    719
Looks like it's sitting in a damp spot with not much air circulation. Let us know what the purchase price was, and all the deets!:AH-HA_wink: Edited by ocnblu

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Camino LS6    866

:lol:

No purchase will be happening.

The owner wants 2k for it (without the wheels), he expects to do better by parting it out.

A shame really, it would have been an interesting car to save before the rust monster took over.

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Intrepidation    839
It's pretty damn bad.

Rockers are gone, front fenders are junk, it needs quarters...

Oh, and green things are growing in the bed.

That's a shame.

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Sad.. I've only seen one '71-72 Sprint before---a beautiful silver w/ black stripes '71 SP at a Goodguys car show at PPIR back around 2000. I later saw the same truck in Muscle Car Review magazine.

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Camino LS6    866
Sad.. I've only seen one '71-72 Sprint before---a beautiful silver w/ black stripes '71 SP at a Goodguys car show at PPIR back around 2000. I later saw the same truck in Muscle Car Review magazine.

The one owned by Dan Carr?

That thing is stunning!

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The one owned by Dan Carr?

That thing is stunning!

Must be the same car...there can't be many silver '71 SPs in Colorado. A google turned up some pics.. I remember walking up to it thinking something is different about this El Camino before I read the placard. Beautiful car. At the time, I knew about the later Sprints and Caballeros, but didn't realize GMC had a Sprint in '71-72.

Dan Carr's '71 GMC Sprint SP

Rob

Edited by Cubical-aka-Moltar

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That thing is stunning, thanks for the pics Cubical.

As both a 71 and 70 Chevelle former owner, I actually like the 71 bodystyle better.

To me, man...wow..I've always wanted an El Camino of that bodystyle. Too bad the rust monster took over..

Chris

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