Last Call: El Saabino Edition

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13 responses to “Last Call: El Saabino Edition”

  1. mdharrell Avatar

    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.

    1. Vairship Avatar

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

      1. mdharrell Avatar

        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.

    1. Van_Sarockin Avatar

      I like the 9000T. T stands for Truck.

  2. Zentropy Avatar

    I like it!

  3. Sjalabais Avatar

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

    1. Zentropy Avatar

      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.

        1. Zentropy Avatar

          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.

  4. tonyola Avatar

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

    1. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar

      Now I want a Ranch…Aero

  5. Borkwagen Avatar

    9-2X nose on a Baja please.