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The El Camino was produced by Chevy from 1959 until 1987, with a gap between 1960 and 1964. It was a pickup truck, but based on a car platform. There were 5 generations of this car / truck.
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After Chevrolet saw the success of the Ford Ranchero, another car based truck, in 1957, they developed a similar vehicle to compete. The 1959 El Camino was based on the Impala platform, but production was rushed and it was not succesful. It was restyled for 1960, and sales dropped even more. The model was discontinued, before making a comeback in 1964, based on the Chevelle line. Performance versions with a 327 engine were introduced in 1965. The third generation in 1968 saw the introduction of an SS high performance model with 402 inch engine (badged as a 396). An LS6 454 engine was put in a few models. These are very valuable today. The 4th generation in 1973 was larger but lighter than the previous version. It was also less powerful. The 5th generation in 1978 saw the move from the Chevelle to the Malibu and Monte Carlo. It was smaller and many were sold with a V6 engine. El Caminos are very popular with a select group of collectors. They were reliable and many are still driven daily. You can find them cheapest on eBay, where you can also find parts if you want to fix one up.
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