Ford released the Ranchero in 1957 and two-years later the Chevrolet El Camino made its debut. Both vehicles filled the same market as a coupé utility with a standard front passenger compartment and a bed out back. They are long gone, the Ranchero ended production in 1979 and the El Camino followed in 1987, but the General Motors Australian-based subsidiary Holden Ute was put out to pasture in 2017.
So dear readers, do you prefer El Caminos or Rancheros?
Vote and give us your take in the comments section below. Like my high school history teacher always told me, “There are no wrong answers.”
My Take? El Caminos