The name El Camino was first used on full-size cars during 1959-1960, and then on the 1964-1987 midsize Chevrolet platform. It was unique – as it was a utility model – so it had only a front seat, with a pick-up box taking up the rest of the body. The Chevy El Camino proved to be one of GM's more popular vehicles. However, like any other Chevrolet, the El Camino needs the protection of a car cover. Rust, for instance, can be a source of endless pain, unless the affected body panel is removed and replaced, which is very expensive! So, you made the right choice in coming to AutoAnything for your Chevy El Camino car cover
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It's amazing to see how quickly the El Camino's paint can deteriorate. Remember, galvanized steel was not popular when the Chevy El Camino was available, so once rust starts, kiss the body panel good-bye! Of course, the sun's rays are bad for the paint, as is acid rain, bird droppings and insect splatter. Bird droppings and insect splatter literally eat the paint as they secrete harmful acids. Thankfully, AutoAnything can show you what is available for your Chevy El Camino. And remember, there is free shipping with every El Camino car cover as well as a 1-year lower price guarantee.