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El Camino Last Generation-1979 until 1987

The El Camino has slimmed down in for the  fifth generation and the “Classic “ is demoted to the entry trim level, then the Black Knight(1978 only), the  Conquista, and the Super Sport as the top offer. The “Black Knight” takes the moniker of “Royal Knight” from ’79 to ’83. The V8 power in ’79 is available

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Chevrolet El Camino 1959 and 1960

A Chevrolet prototype of the El Camino had been in the planning stages since 1952. When Ford introduced the successful Ranchero in ’57 the plans were revived and put into production for the 1959 model year. For this first year the car was well received and initially outsold the competitions Ranchero. © Redwood8 | Dreamstime.com

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Chevrolet El Camino third generation 1968 to 1972

Chevrolet El Camino for 1968 is still on the Chevelle platform  and the trim features it sports-both inside and out- are from the Malibu. Optional choices include carpeting, cloth with vinyl or an all cloth bench seat or the vinyl Strato buckets with a center console. Other optional offers in  “68 include  posi-traction and front

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El Camino Fourth Generation 1973-1977

The 1973 El Camino was the largest model to date, but it still used the two-door Chevelle wagon platform, although it looked a bit unusual with the newer and heavier energy absorbing bumpers front and rear. The entry-level model and the SS version had a similar interior to the Malibu, but the more uptown El

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El Camino 1964 to 1967—The Second Generation

The second-generation El Camino didn’t reach showroom floors until 1964, and the new model shared the Chevelle platform. Chevy chopped a two-door Chevelle at the B- pillars, which yielded the El Camino, a plain Jane clone of the Chevelle, but it displayed the badging of both vehicles. The available power options of the utility designated El

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