Do you remember your first car? For car enthusiasts, a first car is more than just a means of getting from point a to point b. When they think about that car, they’re taken back to early solo drives, initial attempts at car repairs and that first-car sense of freedom. Welcome to 1A Auto’s “My First Car” series, in which our founders, management and staff share stories about their first cars. In the first post of the series, 1A Auto Public Relations Manager John MacDonald tells his first car love story.Read More
It’s officially 9/14, and the brand new Ken Block / DC Shoes Gymkhana video has arrived as expected. You have probably already clicked on the video at this point so it is probably worthless to tell you how great it is. Enjoy!
……..If you missed Gymkhana 3 part 1, here it is below. It is more of a rap video than a driving video, but…..meh…. it is what it is.
Whenever you mix free time and El Camino’s, you can guarantee that something amazing will happen. In this case, the mid 70’s body style El Camino that everyone loves to hate became a 4 wheel drive monster. The brush guard was functional and ready for some action, and so was the solid front axle. In all honesty, it was put together fairly well. Under more normal conditions, the body would have been connected to the frame with drywall screws and tie-down straps. This one was far better. It used real metal and wasn’t a giant turd like most 4×4 chassis swaps that I have seen. While I can’t picture myself in this vehicle, I have great appreciation for anybody that puts their time and effort into a car. So cheers to you mid 70’s El Camino 4×4 chassis swap dude, and to a job well done!