Easy lifehacks

What body type is an El Camino?

What body type is an El Camino?

Coupé utility Muscle car
Unlike a standard pickup truck, the El Camino was adapted from the standard two-door Chevrolet station wagon platform and integrated the cab and cargo bed into the body….

Chevrolet El Camino
Model years 1959–1960 1964–1987
Body and chassis
Class Coupé utility Muscle car
Layout Front engine, rear-wheel drive

What are the parts of an El Camino G body?

78-87 El Camino Parts 1 78-88 Radiator Isolation Bushings are Now In Stock! After many, many requests, we are finally reproducing these Radiator Isolation Bushings. 2 *New* 78-88 G-Body Tachometer Filter. 3 78-88 L/H Seat Track Repair Leg. 4 78-88 Gauge Clusters. 5 1978-1988 Door Glass Blow Out Clip! …

What kind of fuel injection does an El Camino use?

Now Back In Stock! 85-87 El Camino Fuel Injection Sending Units! 1985-1987 El Camino reproduction fuel injection 3 outlet gas tank gauge sending unit. This is a correct stock replacement for the 4.3L, but it can also be used when installing a modern fuel injected engine into any 1978-1987 El Camino.

What kind of gauges does an El Camino have?

1978-1988 Monte Carlo, Malibu, and El Camino polished gauge bezels (set of 6). These polished aluminum rings surround the factory gauges inside the shadow box, to create a cool custom look. Fits cars with round gauges only. *New* Rear Disc Brakes Conversions by The Right Stuff!

What are the specs of a Chevrolet Elcamino?

Chevrolet Elcamino specs: 1978-1981. Platform: A-body Extended. Trim Levels: base/Classic. Conquista (1978-1981) two-tone paint package. Black Knight (1978 only)- black/gold graphics appearance package. Royal Knight (1979-1981)- gold, blue, or red-graphics package similar to Black Knight.

Who are the best suppliers of El Camino parts?

As one of the industry’s largest A- and G-body restoration suppliers, Original Parts Group offers thousands of 1964-88 El Camino parts and accessories, with new parts added daily.

What are the different models of Chevy El Camino?

Specialty models included the Super Sport, Black Knight, Royal Knight and Conquista. The Black Knight was a 1978 -only offering, because Chevy changed the name to Royal Knight in 1979 after a copywright infringement issue. Also available was the El Camino SS built by conversion-van manufacturer Choo Choo Customs.

When was the last year the El Camino was made?

Although 1987 was officially the El Camino’s last year, 420 examples were produced and sold as 1988 models, bringing an inauspicious end to an iconic vehicle. A quarter-century after it went out of production, it remains a polarizing yet popular part of automotive culture – and an enthusiast favorite.

When did the fourth generation El Camino come out?

The fourth generation debuted 1973 with the “Colannade” styling of the Chevelle. Dimensionally, it was the largest El Camino in history, with long front and rear overhangs that accommodated new crash standards at the expense of the previous models’ tightly wrapped styling.

Author Image
Ruth Doyle