El Camino

Just 1,671 Miles! 1987 GMC Caballero

The Caballero was GMC’s version of the Chevy El Camino, with minor badging changes and production in smaller quantities. Both were based on the Chevy Malibu but with a larger wheelbase. The 1987 model year would spell the end… more»

6-Wheels! 1978 Chevrolet Malibu/El Camino

At first glance, it’s hard to tell if this vehicle is more Chevrolet Malibu or more El Camino, the popular  “gentlemen’s” pickup. Because of the extended roofline and side windows, the half in front of the first set of… more»

Shed Find: 1974 Chevrolet El Camino

The El Camino, a “gentlemen’s” pickup, enjoyed a long run at Chevrolet, from 1959-60 and again from 1964-87. More times than not it was based on a Chevelle station wagon platform, yet most DMVs consider it to be a… more»

SS 454! 1973 Chevrolet El Camino

For most of its life, the Chevy El Camino ran parallel to the mid-size Chevelle. It was a “Gentlemen’s Pickup” that was part car/part truck. This 1973 edition was ordered with Chevy’s big-block 454 V8 engine and SS (Super… more»

Ready To Enjoy: 1972 Chevrolet El Camino 350

This 1972 Chevrolet El Camino is a rust-free classic that seems to tick many of the right boxes for enthusiasts. It is tidy, it features a healthy 350ci V8 under the hood, and the buyer can kick back in… more»

High Option Big Block: 1967 Chevrolet El Camino

Sometimes it’s the quiet ones that you have to watch out for. That’s the case with this 1967 Chevrolet El Camino. This is a master of deception because hiding below that unassuming exterior is a sleeper with a firebreathing… more»

Texas Trailer Find: 1964 Chevrolet El Camino

We seem to have had a few great Texas discoveries coming across our desks here at Barn Finds recently, and this 1964 Chevrolet El Camino is one of them. The owner found the car languishing in a storage trailer,… more»

Restomod: 1960 Chevrolet El Camino

1959 was the year that Chevy went long, wide and low across their platforms, and this example of the first-gen El Camino shows off all the wild styling cues that the late 1950s were known for! One of 14,163… more»

Older SS Clone: 1968 Chevrolet El Camino

By 1968, the El Camino was in its third generation since joining Chevy’s line-up as a “gentleman’s” pickup. From 1964, it had been based on a mid-size platform and would remain in the portfolio through 1987. This ’68 edition… more»

Round Two: 1984 Cadillac “Camino”

I know, I know, we have covered these Cadillac “Caminos” before on Barn Finds. And the theories always abound as to whether they are modified Coupe de Villes, flower cars (which probably started as a Coupe de Ville), or… more»

Parked For 30 Years: 1964 Chevrolet El Camino

This 1964 Chevrolet El Camino appears to have had an interesting past. Its previous owner worked on it in his barn for around 20-years, but sadly, he passed away. His family inherited it, but it remained hidden away for… more»

35k Miles Survivor! 1975 Chevrolet El Camino

The El Camino was a mid-size gentleman’s pickup based on the Chevelle from 1964-87. When that intermediate got redesigned in 1973, taking on a Colonnade look, so did the El Camino although the styling was less obvious as a… more»

Pickup Project: 1976 Chevrolet El Camino

The El Camino was considered a “gentleman’s pickup.” It was part truck and part car as those were the days before pickups and SUVs ruled the market. From its 4th generation of production, this 1976 El Camino is offered… more»

327/4-Speed! 1967 Chevrolet El Camino

I’ve had a real El Camino jones going on for a while and I continually check out everyone that I can find that looks minimally interesting. And yes, this one qualifies! This 1967 El Camino is a life-long Idaho… more»

No Reserve: 1984 Chevrolet El Camino Conquista

If a buyer in 1984 chose to purchase a Chevrolet El Camino, they had a range of optional extras and packages to choose from. The person who handed over their cash for this El Camino ticked the box next… more»

Muscle Truck: 1971 Chevrolet El Camino SS 454

From 1964 until the end of their production run in 1987, the Chevy El Camino was a “gentleman’s pickup” based on the mid-size Chevelle. As such, whenever the Chevelle got a facelift or redesign, so did the El Camino…. more»