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21:26  17 september  2019
21:26  17 september  2019 Source:   motorious.com

Rule The Road In A 1960 Chevrolet El Camino

Rule The Road In A 1960 Chevrolet El Camino Part car and part truck, this classic is completely awesome. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); There’s a strong following for the El Camino, and when you take a look at one like this 1960 Chevrolet El Camino, it’s easy to see why. While some simply dismiss the car as a wanna-be truck, the truth is there’s a grace and beauty to the design that’s just so incredibly unique.

Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control
Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control

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Jeep Gladiator Prices Are Soaring As Some Dealers Add Markups of up to $20,000

Jeep Gladiator Prices Are Soaring As Some Dealers Add Markups of up to $20,000 The hottest new Jeep or a Mercedes-Benz E-class? Both are selling brand-new at similar prices. But alongside the fair sticker prices are heaps of absurd Gladiator listings. You'll find Rubicons listed above $80,000, bare-bones Sport S trims on skimpy tires for $70,000, and base Sport trims in the $50,000s-many of which have no apparent mods at all. Right now, markups of a few thousand dollars, $10,000, and even upward of $20,000 are common. This, on a 2020-model-year vehicle with visible hinges, no curtain airbags, and an assembly quality dating back to the American Motors era.

It’s amazing how affordable many classic Jeeps models still are these days, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see their prices start to climb. After all, the Jeep brand has become a darling not only for Americans but many people around the world. That’s why grabbing this 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control isn’t a bad idea, whether you’re just looking for an investment vehicle or something unique and cool to drive to events.

Just under 2,600 of these were made for the 1960 model year, so it’s not like they’re growing on trees these days. As the public starts to become more aware of these snub-nosed pickup trucks from Jeep, and the fact likely there won’t be anything like this again because of modern government regulations, values should climb rather steeply.

The Classic Trucks of the 2019 Woodward Dream Cruise

The Classic Trucks of the 2019 Woodward Dream Cruise It's not all muscle cars—pickups and vans star on Woodward Avenue, too.

While not perfect, this Jeep FC-170 is in good overall condition. That beautiful yet rugged Champagne body has a nice luster to it, with only minimal scratches. Straight panels both sides also feature even gaps. Steel wheels painted white add a throwback look, matching the white tailgate, plus there are duallies in the rear. That snub nose features the famous seven-slotted grille and round headlights, plus the Jeep logo, as if anyone would mistake this for anything else. A nice brush guard adds a tough edge to the front end, while a front skid plate makes the capability of this ride quite clear.

Powering this ride is a 226ci Super Hurricane inline six-cylinder engine tied to a four-speed manual transmission. Being a proper Jeep, this truck comes with four-wheel drive, if you choose to hit the dirt or need it for any other situations.

Appropriately Spartan in appearance, the tan interior looks almost blemish-free, just like the exterior. Factory controls and gauges are in their correct places. In the bed is a drop-in liner, providing protection for the paint, so you can still haul car parts, outdoor gear, or whatever you like.

To inquire about buying this unique, classic Jeep truck, contact Canyon State Classics.

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The Days Of Cheap Jeep Gladiator Leases Are Over .
Well, that was a nice run at least. This isn't going to be good news for those who have been wanting to get a hold of the advertised cheap lease prices for a Jeep Gladiator. The increase in lease prices was spotted by CarsDirect. According to the website, the Gladiator lease prices have been steadily on an upward trend since May of this year. Jeep's online payment calculator on that month for a Gladiator Sport with a manual transmission was at $196 for 36 months with 10 percent down payment. Today, however, it's listed at $246 per month.

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