Friday, 3 January 2014

Chevy El Camino Escalade is One Confused Ride

We're not so sure if the term cross breeding can be applied on cars, but it does seem suitable to describe what's going on with this ride we found for sale on eBay. The car is listed as a "1985 Chevrolet El Camino/Cadillac Customized Collector's Edition".

The custom-made model pairs the body of the fifth and last generation Chevrolet El Camino passenger pickup-truck (produced from 1978 to 1987) with a front grille from a Cadillac Escalade SUV grafted into a new bumper, 1963 Cadillac rear tail fins and lights and a cabin "customized to resemble a Cadillac interior with wood panel accents", according to the seller.

Power comes from a small-block 5.0-liter V8 driving the 15-inch IROC-Z rims on the rear axle.

If this odd mix-n-match tickles your fancy, you'll have to go higher than the $7,200 bid we saw on eBay as it didn't meet the seller's reserve.



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