The Chevrolet El Camino may seem like an oddball today, but it was all the rage during its heyday. Although the El Camino was conceived to emulate the Ford Ranchero, the Chevy captured the limelight. So, let's take a look back on the model's history with Donut Media. The Ranchero came to market in 1957 and Chevrolet quickly responded with its El Camino in 1959. However, sales tanked shortly after the first model year and the truck was quickly discontinued. Chevrolet gave the segment one more go, and this time, the El Camino shared its underpinnings with the Chevelle. That's good because the...
Aussie Fuses Camaro Nose On Holden Ute To Form ‘El Camarino’
Last year GM was planning to introduce the Holden Commodore Ute--a two-door version of the regular four-door sedan but with the rear chopped off and replaced with a tray--to the U.S. market as a Pontiac GT Sport Truck but for several reasons, namely money problems and CAFE, the plans were scrapped...Viknesh Vijayenthiran