Since a few people have expressed curiosity when I mentioned a couple of things about my El Camino, I figured that I might as well get the details out of the way all in one shot. Here she be: Volkswagon's-eye view http://img268.imageshack.us/img268/1336/danpics0330mz.jpg [Broken] side view showing built-in step so my 4'6" mother can get in (with help) http://img397.imageshack.us/img397/1470/danpics0362ry.jpg [Broken] the only warning to would-be pests :uhh: http://img147.imageshack.us/img147/3461/danpics0340cd.jpg [Broken] proof of the above warning http://img465.imageshack.us/img465/9219/danpics0352td.jpg [Broken] It's a '76 El Camino frame-stacked on a '74 Jimmy chassis. The motor, as you can see, is a '76 Olds 455. A custom bell-housing mates it to a Chevy 350 Turbo tranny with manual valve body for driver-controlled shifting. A second custom plate attaches the GMC transfer case to the tranny. The transfer case has a differential built into it, so I don't have a 2-wheel-drive option; the shift lever either sends 70% to the back and 30% to the front, or splits it 50/50. The tires are 33" Trailblazers, and it'll chirp them going into 2nd gear in low-range. As you can see, it needs a bit of body work.