August 1, 2007
Third Generation El Camino
The third generation El Camino was introduced in 1968. The new car had a longer wheelbase and could accommodate bigger power plants, such as the SS396. Regulations introduced in 1971 reduced power and performance, and the double headlights were replaced by single headlights. Rob’s 68 El Camino took quite a hit. Joshua’s 70 "Hell Camino" is powered by a 396 that has been bored out to 402. Timothy has owned his orange 70 El Camino (pictured below) since eighth grade. And Nate’s 71 is getting a 383 stroker.
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