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Last Call: El Saabino Edition

Peter Tanshanomi October 25, 2018 Last Call 13 Comments

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  • I’d probably go with 95chero instead of El Saabino. The Calvin sticker on the tailgate suggests the owner isn’t particularly fond of the GM merger era.

    • Vairship

      El 95ino, since there are more ties to GM than Ford or Chryco (despite Calvin)

      • This one’s a bullnose but the later years of the 95 use a Ford V4 engine, making the FoMoCo connection closer for this model, and indeed for the entire 95-96-97 range.

  • Rover 1

    Not alone. For daily driving, putting the ute in commute.




    • Van_Sarockin

      I like the 9000T. T stands for Truck.

  • Zentropy

    I like it!

  • Sjalabais

    “EPA traktor” is a Swedish oddity that allows kids to drive cars. It’s an internet rabbit hole, too:

    • Zentropy

      Weird. So, basically you take a car, turn it into a truck, and declare it only for farm use? I don’t see how a slammed Volvo or Benz would be much use in the fields.

      • Gnomical

        You are probably not an “ole farm boy”; plow the field, disc it, harrow it and you have yourself a dirt track… now have fun!

        • Zentropy

          Lol actually, I am. We had a dirt go-kart track separate from our planted fields. Dad built homemade karts powered by 175-cc dirt bike engines, giving my sister and I (and a friend) plenty to keep us entertained. The brakes sucked and they lacked reverse, but they were a blast.

  • tonyola

    For grins, here’s a tidy-looking 900chero.

    • Now I want a Ranch…Aero

  • Borkwagen

    9-2X nose on a Baja please.