Easy, Chevy didn't make an El Camino SS in 1980.
No the first Year of el camino is 1959.
no production didnt start until 59
I'm driving one.
The Conquista is what Chevy decided to make instead of the El Camino becuase the name was dying out and they needed to reamp the name. El Camino being Spainsh for "the road" made the name seem raceist towards the Spanish culture.
make sureyou have quarter panels for a 71 el camino not fora 71 chevelle they look the same but are usally a little lighter in color
YES. They don't make them anymore.
NO it will not. You MUST have a 1983 ECM/computer that is programed for that make a model car.
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Yes they did make a Chevy Silverado SS. In fact they still make them. You can check out the new Chevy Silverado SS at it's own official site at http://www.chevrolet.com/silverado-family.
yes you can, it will bolt right up to your engine, just make sure you have enough tunnel space to fit it.
Easy - they didn't make an El Camino SS in 1982.
Yes normally they were truck engines.
You can change your 1983 Chevy single headlight set up to a dual?æheadlight set up. You will need to make several modifications to the front grill.
I owned a 78 Monte Carlo with a stock 305 2 BBL carburetor. If I remember correctly, the HP was 145MPH.
you dont make one. you buy one silly
Yes, and so can a clogged fuel filter.
make sure the timing is right, no vacuum leaks, or the carb could have a bad accelerator pump in it.
Yes, it was called a Rampage. It was built on the small "L" car chasis. Similar to the Dodge Omni. Years of production were 1982-1984
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.
Make sure the bulbs are okay, then check the dimmer switch.