Maria Del Camino: an art-car that's part tank, part El Camino

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7 Responses to “Maria Del Camino: an art-car that's part tank, part El Camino”

    • HammerheadFistpunch says:

      And I was just thinking about that older story last week, while complaining that I can’t find a solid 59 El Camino that isn’t full of holes (whether caused by rust, bullets, or other)

  1. dalewynn says:

    The video is great. I love the ending with the car disappearing into the darkness of the garage.

  2. nixiebunny says:

    Saw this at Burning Man a couple times, but it was never parked in such a way as to show off the portrait of Maria in the hood. Now I finally understand what all the holes are for!

  3. What’s the status of its road legality? It it licensed as a tractor or a car, to operate on public roads?

  4. DewiMorgan says:

    Driverless? I for one welcome…

  5. My dad had the station wagon version of that year.  He told me that when he went to the dragstrip to watch races he’d hide beer inside one of the panels.  They charge exorbitantly for alcohol at drag races.

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