Ten Great Cars That Should Make A Comeback

Carmakers aren't always sure what we want, so this time we're telling them loud and clear. These ten great classics have a recipe for success. If you're in the car business, just get a pencil and start copying. » 11/21/13 11:00am 11/21/13 11:00am

Australia Wants Us To Think The El Camino Is Coming Back

This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:00 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important? » 6/03/13 9:24am 6/03/13 9:24am

How The Hell Did Someone Register A Holden Ute In New York?

We have a bit of an El Camino fetish here. Anytime someone mentions the prospect of it coming back to America, we get all hot and bothered and have dirty dreams for weeks. Alas, GM never makes it happen and we have to lust after our Holden driving friends in Australia. » 12/20/12 2:20pm 12/20/12 2:20pm

Chevy Is Bringing Back The El Camino... Says News Report We…

We were burned before. The Pontiac Sport Truck was set to come to the US in 2009 only to have Pontiac die, killing the El Camino project as well. Now a local Australian newspaper claims ‘the pickup with an ego' is coming back. Oh please give us that sweet El Camino dope again. » 12/06/12 1:40pm 12/06/12 1:40pm

Watch this OCD guy flip out whenever he sees an El Camino

"Wipe off that El Camino or something bad will happen." That bizarre suggestion from a friend was enough to set off a major tic for one man with obsessive compulsive disorder. Whenever he sees an El Camino, he's overcome with the need to — HOLY SHIT! THERE'S ONE RIGHT THERE! MOTHER FUCKER! SEE MAN?! — do one of those… » 12/16/11 10:00am 12/16/11 10:00am

The Chevrolet El Camino turns 53

53 years ago today, Chevrolet introduced the1959 El Camino to the automotive world and it hasn't been the same since. In direct response to the popularity of the Ford Ranchero, Chevrolet had decided it needed to stake a claim in the world of the automotive based utility vehicle. » 10/16/11 9:00am 10/16/11 9:00am

For $16,500, Vita-Meata-Vegamino

The failure of Chevy's Vega was possibly not just due to its reputation for horrific durability, but also - with only two-door sedan, hatchback coupe, and wagon offerings - for its dearth of body style choice. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Vegamino, with it's mid-mounted V8 fixes that problem, but is its price still … » 9/15/11 8:00am 9/15/11 8:00am

The 1958 El Nomado is the car-truck hybrid Chevrolet never made

Although Chevrolet didn't introduce the El Camino until 1959, what if they had decided to unleash their unique utility vehicle on the world one year earlier? Behold the El Nomado, a well executed custom vehicle currently listed on Ebay that answers that exact question. Even with a lot of modern custom touches, this one … » 7/23/11 11:00am 7/23/11 11:00am