Harry Bradley's 1964 Chevrolet
1964 Chevrolet El Camino designed by Harry Bradley. The first version of the car was built by the Alexander Brothers in 1965. The car was built while Bradley worked as a designer for General Motors, and served as the prototype for the all-new production 1968 Chevrolet El Camino.
The second version of the car is also known as Blind Faith. Bradley began building Blind Faith in 1973. The car was completed 10 years later. The second version of the car was powered by a rear-mounted 1967 Oldsmobile Tornado V-8 that produced 395-horsepowers.
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