Project El Camino Verde: BODY & PAINT
At he outset... 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....
Body Off Frame One of the first steps was to remove the body from the frame. This gave us access to cleaning and detailing the body of the El Camino from the ground up. We've begun to scrape all of the undercoating from the undercarriage to start.
Dog house removed and covered for storage
Final Product Here is El Camino Verde in some shots directly after she was finished and put out on the road for some test miles.
This buildup has changed the car thoroughly in all aspects....aesthetics, speed, handling, etc.
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: 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.
Coffman Takes $10,000 Win Right After Installing RacingHeart's All-New Dragster Headers| 07/19/2018
Racing veteran wins eight-round marathon drag race at Beech Bend in just his second time out.
Interview with Rick Squires from STS Turbo Systems| 07/18/2018
Follow along as Holley's Jeremy Stoermer interviews Rick Squires from STS Turbos. Rick tells us the benefits of rear mounted turbos and answers all the questions regarding turbos, turbo lag, horsepower expectations and models available.