The '71 El Camino 2024 Super Treasure Hunt packaged on its U.S., international, and short cards.
The vehicle is Spectraflame purple and decorated with stripes. On the black rocker panels, you'll find the "TH" symbol.
It can be found in mix "F" of 2024 Hot Wheels mainline cases. Learn more at HWtreasure.com.
The El Camino, manufactured by Chevrolet from 1959 to 1960 and then from 1964 to 1987, is a unique coupe utility vehicle that combines elements of a car and a pickup truck.
Distinct from typical pickup trucks, the El Camino was crafted by modifying the Chevrolet two-door station wagon platform and incorporating the cab and cargo bed into the vehicle's body design.
The original El Camino was introduced in 1959 as a response to the success of the Ford Ranchero. It was adapted from the Brookwood two-door station wagon.
After a brief hiatus, the El Camino returned in 1964, this time based on the Chevrolet Chevelle platform.
The 1971 is part of the third generation of El Camino which began in 1968 and introduced a longer wheelbase.
1971 models featured a front-end redesign, eliminating the quad headlights found in previous years.
1971 also introduced the GMC Sprint, a rebranded version of the Chevrolet El Camino.