From Work-Horse to Show Pony

Scott and Sherrie Bring New Glamor to Jack Spence’s El Camino The cars at the big shows around the nation are technical marvels and works of art. The outstanding craftsmanship and skill in their construction and the vision of their owners is right there on display. What happens to them before restoration is usually comprised mostly of guesswork. Cars and their owners all have stories. Jack Spence bought his black 1960 El Camino pickup for his swimming pool construction and maintenance business. This one was unusual: it came stock from the factory with a Muncie four-speed, a 348cid big block

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