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Old 06-26-2012, 02:54 AM   #1
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found this on another forum and thought it was freaking awesome

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I saw this today and was dumbfounded. At first glance I thought it was an S10, I even overlooked it... then noticed something wasn't right with the cab. Then it'* like HOLY ****! I talked to the owner and it'* still on the Regal chassis with a 3800 and FWD. He sectioned a wrecked S10 and blended it into the Regal. It even still has the spare tire well under the bed and the struts, pictured. The hood is off a real WS6 that was wrecked, and he once again welded it in... He'* put 40k miles on it since he did the work, all by himself.

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You gotta love stuff like this. I'm just amazed someone would do this, and do it so well. I gotta say I think it'* pretty damn sweet looking. Like a modern day, frankenstein El' Camino lol.
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I gotta say, that is pretty sweet!
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well theres another new idea for my buick
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Do it, but do it after the rear doors so its a crew cab!
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Do it, but do it after the rear doors so its a crew cab!
Boy, that would be some SERIOUS fabricating. Considering the rear doors on cars slope downward.
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Boy, that would be some SERIOUS fabricating. Considering the rear doors on cars slope downward.
Go big or go home
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wouldnt be that bad, leave the c-pillar and do a avalanche style back inset in to where the rear deck meets the seat rests. might be cool
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Ah, Justin is a clever one eh?!

Would be funny to see a 97 Bonneville modded into an El Camino.
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Yeah, but, Sarah would have to stretch her Buick quite a bit to make it an Avalanche-like vehicle...
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