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The new model was again badged El Camino, but it could be business-basic like a Chevelle 300 or fully trimmed like a Malibu. Soon hotter 327 V-8s and Muncie four-speeds would be offered, as would Mark IV big-blocks like the 396. The 1968 redesign yielded a more coupe-like roofline, and buyers could option up muscle car bits like cowl induction hoods with hood pins, deck stripes and rally.
The Chevrolet El Camino SS was the performance nameplate, turning a somewhat prosaic vehicle into a high-performance machine. Later developments turned the SS from a Super Sport to a custom trim level. There were two basic variations of the SS in different eras.