1969: Custom El Camino
The Custom El Camino body has two main variations:
The Custom El Camino came in a myriad of colors and probably four finishes:
- Color Chart in Progress
- Painted surf boards is normal
The interior of the Custom El Camino is a molded plastic piece.
The "Custom El Camino" is one of "Detroits", as the real American made models in the Topper line up are known. It is a lightly customized version of the 1968
Chevrolet of the same name, with power bulges on the hood, scoop like additions on the sides of the bed and two radical surfboards on top of the enclosed bed.
Like the other 7 Cars from the Great Eight, it came with open or sealed doors and always with painted surfboards.
The "Opening Door" version of the Custom El Camino
The "Sealed Door" version of the Custom El Camino
Details of the Topper Custom El Camino
Engine Compartment Details of the Custom El Camino
Base Details of the Custom El Camino
Custom El Camino in Teal
Custom El Camino in Lime
Mirror Lavender with Opening Doors
Mirror Gold with Opening Doors
An Epic Collection of the Custom El Camino
The Custom El Camino commonly came in honey gold, red, orange, lime, purple, gold, lavender, dark green, pine green, teal, light green, royal blue, light orange and
blue. Sealed doors variations came in gold, lime, orange, red, purple, light orange, teal and aqua. Mirror colors are lavender, red gold and green. The prices for M/NM
models start around $150 with blue at $350-$400. Sealed doors are in the range of $300-$500 range and Mirrors start around $180 with a green usually in the $700 range.
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