1967 Chevelle

El Camino Section Links

Dimensions
FINGERTIP FACTS - EQUIPMENT
Photo Gallery
Power Teams

Fisher Body Trim Tags *

Protect-O-Plate Warranty Card *

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Plate *

* These sections are broken down by plant and, due to the number of pages involved, will not display this menu. You must click the El Camino menu link at the top of the page to return here.

Chevelle El Camino

The El Camino body style was originally based on the full size Chevrolet platform in 1959 and 1960 before being discontinued. It resurfaced again in the 1964 Chevelle series and is basically a Chevelle car with a pickup style bed. Except for the, some might say, cramped interior due to the lack of a back seat, it still looks like a car when you're driving it.

The El Camino is often thought of as being a bit different from a Chevelle when actually it's nothing more than another body style like the convertible body style or the station wagon body style. For 1967 the El Camino was offered in both the 300 Deluxe series (133/13480) and the Malibu series (135/13680). However, since there are some unique aspects to the El Camino I've included a separate section for it that encompasses the links on the left of this page. The 1967 El Camino was only produced at three assembly plants; Baltimore, Fremont, and Kansas City.

1967 El Camino in Marina Blue

Need additional reference material?

1967 Factory Assembly Instruction Manual
1967 Chevelle Factory Assembly Instruction Manual


1967 Chevrolet shop manuals and parts book

 

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