- Written by webmin
Who doesn’t have a recurring daydream fantasy of selling the house and everything in it, ditching the day job and heading out West to pursue a bohemian lifestyle in Arizona or New Mexico or some place full of desert and open skies? I have to wonder if certain towns in the Southwest are made up completely of people who’ve pursued that dream. Anyway, once you get there, this 1967 El Camino currently for sale on Hemmings.com would make the perfect daily driver, hauling your giant abstract metal sculptures around while you’re scouting the perfect mesa-and-cactus landscape for your sunset photography. From the seller’s description:
Engine is original 283 w/original automatic 2 speed power glide transmission. 61,912 actual miles. Runs & drives. Interior has original headliner, dash & pad, & door panels. We installed new carpet after some floor repairs, had original seat redone, new arm rest pads, door handles, new chrome on the dash, new all digital am/fm cd mp3 satellite capable aftermarket radio, & new rubber pads for pedals. Also have original Mark IV air conditioning unit. This was an Arizona car we bought to restore. We have original documents from first owner including receipts, build sheet, options, etc. We have new lenses for tail lights, glovebox lock, mirrors, & 2 gallons of Grenada Gold paint color which goes w/car. We were going to restore this but after 2 years on last project we need a break. With a little work you could drive car as is, or finish off the restoration to your liking.
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P.S. I may have already mentioned this, but I always think of my college pal Abe and this scene from The Mexican whenever an El Camino enters the conversation.