In 1954 General Motors produced the Cadillac El Camino, a drivable show car to be displayed in the 1954 GM Motorama. It was not a car pickup in the same vane as the Chevrolet El Camino, and had no rear bed. It was instead a 2 seater car that was never put into production. Chevrolet also used the El Camino name on a true pickup in 1959.
YES. They don't make them anymore.
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No the first Year of el camino is 1959.
yes they did they only made 7 of then and then sold the rights to chevy.
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yes....... you may need to make modifications to the elcamnio
1959 was the first year of production.
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