Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by The Green Bastard, Apr 5, 2009.
CJ you's a busta
means cowboy in spanish
that is a ute
El Camino meant 'the truck' I believe
w/ a 180hp 305?
Fixed for smog truth.
Im taken aback by its aura of quiet elegance.
id pimp it
7500mil/12 month engine oil change?
GMs weren't designed to be driven much, apparently.
I love how they don't quote power figures. Today they quote their power whenever they can. They even tag it on the fenders.
And a 305 w/ 2.41 gears.
I think the HP ratings were:
Accordingly. And 2.41 gears + 3-speed auto was around 1600 RPM @ 60 mph. Gotta make em fuel efficient.
It would be great for a highway cruiser. But it would SUCK around town.
gay ass cowboy
Once a year sparkplugs, eh?
The car/truck can never lose!
it's an El Camino, that's Spanish for THE Camino.
As oil manufacturing technologies increased, the oil companies worked with the auto manufacturers to reduce the amount of miles between oil changes by some 300%.
I know plenty of mechanics that state dd's with low rpm engines can run 5k miles+ between oil changes without blinking an eye.
Knowing GM, the badge .
Synthetic can go 5k+.
Some even more if you follow the Oil Life computer.