• fb_100000014015596 avatar Eric Posted: 6/7/2011 10:29am PDT

    I always referred to both Rancheros and El Caminos as "Pickup Cars". El Caminos are almost cult popular today. BTW, the earliest Rancheros were the 1957 model, based (of course) on the big (all new that year) Ford of the day. Of course there were no Falcons yet.

  • marty avatar Marty Posted: 6/6/2011 11:50am PDT

    @Michael: I'm not saying Jobs is the first CEO. @Kent: They're trucks - there's no way you could "party in the back" like we have without open air.

  • Michael Posted: 5/30/2011 1:31am PDT

    Steve Jobs was not Apple's first CEO, but I guess I'm missing the point: He likes pick-up trucks...

  • kent stuart Posted: 5/27/2011 8:48am PDT

    Falcon??? The last Falcon Ranchero was model year 1966. From '67 on they were Fairlanes and Torinos and LTDII's.
    Yes it did have an open bed in the back, but to refer to it or an El Camino as a 'truck' further suggests the author has little more than a passing connection to these vehicles. Steve would be unimpressed.....