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Its a car ! No, its a truck !
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America's favorite car/truck hybrid was first produced in 1959. The first generation was built on the Impala platform, and was produced for just two years. After a three year absence, the El Camino was re-introduced in 1964 on the Chevelle/Malibu platform. The 1964 (and subsequent) El Caminos were an immediate hit with the public. A Super Sport (SS) version of the El Camino was produced each year, starting in 1968. From 1971 to 1977, GMC produced a version of the El Camino called the GMC Sprint. In 1978, it became the GMC Caballero. The (Chevelle) Malibu was canceled in 1983, but the El Camino and Caballero outlasted their cousin by four years and stayed in production until 1987.

This web site focuses specifically on the Chevelle/Malibu-based El Caminos, especially those built from 1964 to 1972. Information on other years is also provided.

El Camino Spotter's Guide

El Camino Production Totals

El Camino Engines

El Camino Body Parts Interchangeability

El Camino & GMC Sprint Parts and Information Sources

Interesting El Camino Facts

Vintage El Camino Press Reviews

Famous El Camino Owners

El Caminos in Movies & TV

El Camino Mutations

El Camino Owner's Stories & Strange Sightings

How to Spot a Genuine/Fake SS

El Camino Features and Links



'68-'72 El Camino, Chevelle, Monte Carlo, & GMC Sprint production totals poster


Suggestions, comments, corrections, and contributions to this web site can be sent to the email address below. Currently needed are items for the "El Camino Body Parts Interchangeability", "Interesting El Camino Facts", "Famous El Camino Owners", "El Caminos in Movies & TV", "El Camino Owner's Stories & Strange Sightings", and "El Camino Features and Links" sections.
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