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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Lone Rider, Dec 10, 2007.
Good eye. The owner/builder of this Cummings swapped truck lives in the Phoenix, AZ.
Nice! I grew up out there since we moved to Cave Creek in 1980. At that time, there were only two direct routes between Cave Creek and “The Valley” (aka the Phoenix metro area), Cave Creek Road and Scottsdale Road, so we spent a lot of time on those. Eventually, the two lane Cave Creek Road was widened to four lanes and Phoenix annexed all the way north to just south of Carefree Highway. Also, Pima Road was added to the East and Tatum Blvd was extended north, beyond Dynamite Blvd.
After my time in the Corps, I moved back to Cave Creek and we bought a house off Dynamite Blvd. Most of my commutes to work and school were on that stretch of Cave Creek Road, in the photo.
That one is a beauty!!
For sale in Kings Il. '57 REO on '99 Ford 350 4wd w/7.3. Needs side glass & interior looks a little rough
Always liked 59s, but 60s is better....
I have nothing against a ‘60.
For the "Ute" guys, '81 El Camino "Royal Knight"...
I never understood the appeal of that particular badging, because IIRC Royal Knight was underwear or jammies or the like. No cred for a half car there .
I'm not a ute guy, either. But, like the Ridgeline, they definitely had/have their niche.
I only post 'em for our 'Straylian Brothers. They sure seem to love their utes.
I have nothing against the El Camino/Ranchero pickup cars (as I called them when I was a kid), I was only commenting on that Royal Knight thing. Royal Knight was a brand of kids undergarments or some such during the '70's, and that's why that particular edition of El Camino was laughable to me back then. Woo hoo-- the Tighty Whitey Truck!