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Chevrolet Malibu (1968-1972)

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The Malibu along with it’s platform mate, the Chevrolet Chevelle was all new for 1968. The Malibu and all other GM A-body platforms, such as the Oldsmobile Cutlass were completely restyled for 1968 with semi-fastback rooflines. 1968 Chevrolet Malibu In … Continue reading

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Mercury Cougar XR7 (1974-1976)

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For 1974, the Mercury Cougar moved to the Ford Torino / Mercury Montego platform and for the next three years would be a corporate twin of the Ford Elite. The Cougar switched to the larger platform to compete with other … Continue reading

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Pontiac Grand Prix (1973-1977)

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The Pontiac Grand Prix initially served as Pontiac’s performance model. For its third generation, the Grand Prix began its transformation from a performance car to a personal luxury car that was becoming popular in the early seventies. In this segment, … Continue reading

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Tell Us About Your Car: 1971 Chevrolet El Camino SS

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The 1971 El Camino was nearing the end of the third-generation A-body El Camino. The third generation El Camino was introduced in 1968. Throughout the run of the third generation El Caminos, Chevrolet would remain true to the original concept. … Continue reading

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Tell Us About Your Car: 1972 Pontiac Lemans Sport

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The Pontiac Lemans was an intermediate size car that shared the GM A-body platform. It’s corporate cousins were the Chevrolet Malibu, Oldsmobile Cutlass and the Buick Skylark. For 1972, Pontiac consolidated all of their intermediate models under the LeMans name. … Continue reading

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Oldsmobile 442 (1985-1987)

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One of the last great Oldsmobiles, the Oldsmobile 442. Oldsmobile started using the 442 designation in 1964 to denote it’s muscle car of the day. At that time, 442 meant a¬†four-barrel carburetor, a four-speed manual transmission, and dual exhaust pipes. … Continue reading

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Tell Us About Your Car: 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe

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The Monte Carlo is one of the classic brands for Chevrolet. Chevrolet marked the Monte Carlo in one form or another from 1970 to 1999, with the exception of a brief hiatus from 1989-1994. From 1978 to 1988, the Monte … Continue reading

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Buick Special Skylark (1961-1963)

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General Motors wanted more of the compact market. To get that market share, GM introduced introduced new line of compact cars in the 1960′s for Pontiac, Oldsmobile and Buick in 1961. The cars shared the same chassis, engines, and basic … Continue reading

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Chevrolet Chevelle (1964-1965)

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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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Chevrolet Chevelle (1966-1967)

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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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