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What is your favorite El Camino/Sprint/Caballero generation?

  • 1st Generation (1959-60)

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  • 2nd Generation (1964-67)

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  • 3rd Generation (1968-72)

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  • 4th Generation (1973-77)

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What is your favorite El Camino/GMC Sprint/GMC Caballero generation? What is your favorite El Camino year?
I understand the GMC Sprint/Caballero generations are 1st Generation (71-72), 2nd Generation (73-77), 3rd Generation (78-87), but please just use the date ranges in the poll. :wink:
 

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Gotta dig the 5th Gen. I also love the 1st Gens, someday, when I'm rich, I want to build a 59 as a drag car.
 

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Well to be honest I love even less than just the generations that are broken. I love part of the 5th generation that is the 78-80 El Camino. I love the one headlight look of the cars. My El Camino is a 78 and 79 and I love the look of them. The other one I love is the about 77 the ones with the headlights on top of eachother.
 

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I like them all, and need at least one of each. Maybe my wife will let me...
 

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I votred for the 5th gen since that's my fave....I'm with those who like the single headlight models. The only dual headlight one I like is the 70 LS-6 454...figures huh?

I also agree with Robert...I want one from each gen...'59, '67, '70, '73 or '74 all to go with the '78 we have now...come on lotto numbers!
 

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Words of warning. If you search on her there's a lot of sites listed. The European sites can be nasty. Queen of a lot of B movies. Daughter of a minister. Titled German royalty. She's a baroness. Did sport an almost perfect figure. Made Playboy's 100 best leg list. Best early model Elky out there.
 

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I gotta' go with one of each generation. A 1959 348 w/3x2s, a 1967 396, a 1970 SS 454 LS6 and a 1987 ChooChoo SS. I've got the 87 ChooChoo and I'm on the trail of a '59 basket case, w/all parts and no body rot.
 

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It would have to be a Cranberry Red '70 SS with cowl induction, black buckets M22 4 speed with the 402/375 HP. I would take it in an El Camino or Chevelle. Beggars can't be choosy!
 
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