In 1971 GMC began producing the GMC Sprint, their version of the Chevrolet El Camino. This light-duty pickup truck was identical to the El Camino except for nameplates. The chassis for both cars was based on the Chevrolet Chevelle station wagon, 4-door sedan wheelbase. In both 1971 and 1972, both the El Camino and Sprint shared the same body styling as the Chevelle from the cowl to the front bumper.
For 1973, the Sprint was redesigned along with the matching Chevelle line. It was the largest Sprint generation, but thanks to lighter construction, it actually weighed less than the previous generation. Engine offerings during this period included a 250 cubic-inch inline six, as well as a variety of V8s, including the 305, 350 and 400 cubic-inch versions of the Chevy small-block V8, plus the 454 Turbo-Jet big block through 1975. GMC carried over the "Standard" and "Custom" Sprint designations. The inline six was still only available on the "Standard". Catalytic converters were added to all engines beginning with the 1975 model. Other than annual grill revisions and a switch to quad-stacked, rectangular headlights in 1976, the Sprint remained relatively unchanged through 1977, when the "Sprint" name was replaced with ‘Caballero’ for 1978.
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