Conquering the road is another model from Chevrolet. Carrying the Spanish word which means “the road”, the Chevrolet El Camino was a vehicle based on the Impala. It was first manufactured in 1957 as a half car, half truck model.
Garnering few sales, the production was suspended; but after four years, the company brought back the El Camino, now basing its styling, most of its underpinnings and power trains on the Chevrolet Chevelle. Generally, the Chevrolet EL Camino reemerged into the car world with features based on the Chevelle.
When 1965 came, the El Camino gained definite enhancement in the two powerful engine options – the 396 in3 (6.5 L) engine and the 327 in3 (5.4 L) engine. Along with that, the Chevrolet El Camino also followed the styling of the 1967 Chevelle, having the new trim, grille, air shocks and front bumper. The El Camino, in its third generation, was now based in the 116 inch wheelbase platform of the Chevelle wagon and sedan. There were other succeeding generations of the El Camino, but the sure things is, all of them gained enhancement towards the performance that customers need for their application. And, because the Chevrolet EL Camino is among the older cars, it needs routine maintenance and replacement in order to sustain its functions. If it’s your time to do such repairs and replacements, you don’t have to look far. All you have to do is to open your computer and log on to our site. We have the widest choices of top-quality Chevrolet El Camino parts just right for your car. Shop now and get the best deals.