Chevy El Camino Ultimus

A car enthusiast named Tom Holden took a stock 1959 Chevrolet El Camino in the early 60s, and transformed it into “Ultimus”. As you can see, it features a double bubble top, split seat base, futuristic (at the time) dashboard-mounted TV display, center armrest-mounted telephone, tape recorder, and get this, a functional mini bar, complete with glass, shaker as well as several brands of liquor. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Chevy Ultimus
Chevy Ultimus
Chevy Ultimus
Chevy Ultimus
Chevy Ultimus

“The “Ultimus” Car, 1965 or 1975? This little honey is owned by Tom HOLDEN,It cost him $4,000 to build. He has turned down offers of up to $25,000 for it. Hydraulically operated trunk with upholstered gas, oil, and water cans,” according to Jims59.