Tom Holden's 1959 Chevrolet

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The Ultimus as it sat in 2018, when it appeared in an episode of American Pickers on History Channel. Photo courtesy of Claire Abendroth, Michigan Live.

1959 Chevrolet El Camino, owned and restyled by Tom Holden of Detroit, Michigan. Tom' bubbletopped El Camino is known as "Ultimus." Tom liked the 1959 Chevrolet El Camino better than the 1960 model, so the first thing he did was to build his 60 into a 59.


Rick Klibenski

In February of 2018 the Utlimus was owned by Rick Klibenski of Parma, Michigan, and the car appeared in an episode of American Pickers called "Double Bubble Trouble."[1]




 

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