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Bring Back the El Camino, Please

Bring Back the El Camino, Please

1965 Chevy El CaminoOnce Volkswagen brought back the “New” Beetle several years ago (1997 to be exact), other retro treasures have slowly made their way back to the car lots. Where would we be today without the return of the Camaro in 2010? What about the iconic Mini Cooper? Even Dodge brought back the Dart (despite the fact that the car looks nothing like the original). It only seems fitting that one of the most iconic styles from the past, the Chevy El Camino, is due to make reappearance. There are several reasons why Chevy should bring back the sexy car-truck sooner rather than later:

Haggle Me

Haggle Me

As a premiere site for buying and selling pre-owned vehicles, Haggle Me offers you one of the best places on line to find the classic car you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you’re looking for that dream car, or you need to sell a car, truck, motorcycle, or even a boat, let Haggle Me handle all the leg work for you. With over ten years of experience finding, buying, selling, shipping, and inspecting vehicles, you can trust the experts here to do the job right.

Truck Trader Classic

Truck Trader Classic

0308cl_simplicity01_zAs a truck trader, classic vehicles are just one way to earn a living. Collecting vintage cars has long been a popular pastime, but trucks are starting to catch up. Classic trucks from Ford and Chevy pick-ups to early Willys Jeeps to the first SUVs of the 1960s, and everything in between are becoming more and more popular as collectibles. If you get in on the market, you can get a great classic truck for your personal collection or next project, you can get into trading and make a profit.

Chevrolet El Camino

Chevrolet El Camino

Chevrolet El Camino The Chevrolet is the classic car-pickup truck mash up beloved by many. Introduced in 1959, the El Camino offered consumers a utility vehicle that also looked and drove like a car. It was Chevy’s answer to the success of the very similar Ford Ranchero. The second, third, and fourth generation of the Chevrolet El Camino were based on the platform of the Chevelle, while the final generation switched to the Malibu. In spite of the car platforms, the El Camino has always been classified as a truck.