El Camino Verde Blog
Project El Camino Verde: FINISHED VEHICLE| 07/22/2010
Since El Camino Verde has been completed we've had a blast driving it, and we wanted to find a cool place to photograph the El Camino and ended up finding a gem. These old grain bins are located just inside the city of Bowling Green and made for a killer photoshoot!
Project El Camino Verde: BODY & PAINT| 06/15/2010
Pictured here is one of the last photographs of the El Camino in it's pre–transformation attire.
Things didn't look like this for long....
Project El Camino Verde: WHEELS & TIRES| 05/09/2010
Here's a shot of the car displaying the overall stance of the car once all the suspension components were installed and the wheels and tires added.
They definitely give the car a good stance.
Project El Camino Verde: THE CHASSIS| 03/09/2010
Performance isn't only in horsepower and torque. Performance also comes from proper braking. That's why we opted to install a set of front and rear Baer brakes to El Camino Verde. Here you can see the rear discs that are mounted onto the Moser rear axle.
Project El Camino Verde: THE ENGINE| 02/10/2010
<b>Out with the old...</b> No time was wasted getting the car torn down. First things first though, we removed the doghouse, followed by the stock 305 c.i. engine.
Project El Camino Verde| 01/20/2010
A friend of ours once said, “it isn't easy being green!” The guys at Holley are out to make life a little easier if you've got the blues over going green. Project El Camino Verde will feature a new line of parts that will make swapping GM's new emissions–compliant 430 hp E–Rod LS3 crate engine into various platforms...