The El Camino was Chevy's pickup car, introduced in 1959 to compete with the Ford Ranchero. Like the Chevelle it was based on, the 3rd generation arrived in 1968, available in the high-performance SS 396 package. For 1969, the SS had the 396 again, with 265-375 HP, depending on how hot you wanted it. It's surprising--though awesome--to see a SS still on the job. This one's bed is filled with doors from a '60s Chevy Greenbrier van.