U haul will build you a frame hitch for that 66 ElCamino and if you install it right the receiver will come out where the license plate is. Put a chevelle license plate holder that folds down and you have a hidden hitch. Friend of mine put one on a 67 wagon which would be the same hitch, I helped him install it. Works great.This topic has been discussed several times here, but it's been a long time since and was generally about towing a car hauler. I'd like to tow a small vintage Airstream of around 14' - 18' length and around 2,000 - 3,000 lbs. I will also put my 300lb. trail bike in the bed. My Elky has a stock 327 p/g, original brakes (all new components) and stock springs with air bags (love them!). I would probably add heavy duty springs all around, a tranny cooler, and perhaps front discs. I don't have a hitch yet. Is this a viable plan? Should I shoot for a camper that's under 2,000 lbs, Airstream is making them again? I'd love to hear stories of real-life experiences of folks towing travel trailers with their Elkys or Chevelle Wagons. I've already heard the stories about towing cars with an El Camino (bad idea), and, no, I don't need your advice telling me to go out and buy a $60,000 tow rig. All considered opinions and thoughts welcome and appreciated. Thank you gentlemen.