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We recently spent the afternoon at a regional new car show. The show was all about showing consumers what each manufacturer currently had for sale, no specialty showcars. However, the group from Chevrolet brought out a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette and … Continue reading
Did you miss the Superbowl and are curious about the new car commercials that premiered? Or would you just like to re-watch your favorite car commercial. Well, following is a list of links for the various manufactures that we could … Continue reading
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The Chevrolet Impala has served the Chevrolet brand for may years in many different roles. It has been everything from an crown jewel show car to the basic bare bones fleet vehicle. First appearing in 1956, the Impala would be … Continue reading
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General Motors and Chevrolet were eager to get into the mid-size car game and compete with the Ford Fairlane. As such, the General created the A-body platform that would serve Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldmosbile and Buick. The A-body platform was initially … Continue reading
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With the the third generation El Camino being introduced in 1968, the 1969 model was little changed from 1968. The third generation model was based on the 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle 116 inch wheel base used on for station wagons and … Continue reading
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And the War begins…not a military war but the Mustang-Camero war. Or maybe it is the Mustang-Camero battles of the Ford-Chevrolet War? But the year was 1967 and Chevrolet took direct aim at the Ford Mustang and unleashed the Chevrolet … Continue reading
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The Chevrolet Chevelle was a Chevrolet’s mid-sized model. The Chevelle was offered between 1964 through the 1977 model years. It was part of General Motors successful line of A-body rear wheel drive platform cars: the Chevrolet Chevelle/Malibu, Pontiac Tempest/GTO, Oldsmobile … Continue reading
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General Motors and Chevrolet took a gamble in 1977. That year all full-sized B and C body cars were downsized. For Chevrolet, this meant downsizing its B-body bread-and-butter Impala and Caprice sedans. But the gamble paid off for both Chevrolet … Continue reading
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In 1959 and 1960 the Chevrolet Impala was Chevrolet’s top end full-size model. The Impala was made a separate model in 1959 instead of a subseries of the Bel-Air. It still used the same platform as the lower end Chevrolet Biscayne … Continue reading
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Chevrolet decided to enter the growing personal luxury market for 1970. To do so, Chevrolet introduced the Monte Carlo. The Monte Carlo was was Chevrolet’s counterpart to the Pontiac Grand Prix, which had been introduced for 1969 model year. Both … Continue reading