Welcome to El Camino Stuff - a partner of ChevelleStuff.net but dedicated to the Chevrolet El Camino and GMC Sprint/Caballero body styles.
It should be clarified that the El Camino is just another body style of the full size 1959 & 1960 Chevrolet and the mid size 1964 through 1987 Chevelle that this website presents. In other words a 1964-1977 El Camino is still a Chevelle, a 1978-1987 El Camino is still a Malibu and the 1959 & 1969 El Camino is still a Chevrolet, just different body styles the same as the station wagon or convertible is a different body style.
The GMC Sprint/Caballero is included where applicable as it is the GMC sister to Chevrolet.
Photos of ramdom 1967 Chevelle El Caminos. If one is yours and you do not wish to have it shown here, contact me with color of car and I'll find another.
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Only El Camino (and GMC Sprint where applicable) data are shown on this website. Much is shared in common with the rest of the Chevelle line and overall Chevelle information can be found at ChevelleStuff.net.
Many part numbers and casting numbers of parts were used on several lines within the Chevrolet family so information found on this website may, MAY, pertain to other Chevrolet models such as Camaro, Nova, or Corvette but no claims of such are made for information on these other Chevrolet products. Data supplied are for U.S.-built El Caminos/GMC Sprints unless otherwise noted.
Fisher Body Number Plates (a.k.a. cowl tag/firewall tag/trim tag) are listed as trim tags for consistency since that is the term most commonly used.
If you find any information that is incorrect or incomplete,
with documented proof of existence (such as an engine or option
code for a particular year), I'll be more than happy to update
the site. Please contact me here.
I am always on the lookout for clear photos of Fisher Body Number Plates, scans or photos of Protect-O-Plates, build sheets, etc. for decoding and reference purposes only. If you have any of these and would like to share them with the El Camino/GMC Sprint community, please contact me here me first without the attachments so I'll know what's coming.
All El Camino/GMC Sprint owners are welcomed to register their El Camino in El Camino Registry.