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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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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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The Chevrolet Chevelle is one of the most popular classic cars of all time. It is right up there with the 1955 Bel Air. The 1968-1972 models represent the second generation of the Chevelle. These second generation Chevelles were based … Continue reading
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Disclosure, I am an Oldsmobile man and I hold a grudge against General Motors for what they did to Oldsmobile. But leaving that aside for the moment, I must also admit I am a fan of the Oldsmobile Cutlass. The … Continue reading
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Pontiac tried again in 1964. The first generation Pontiac Tempest was compact. For the second generation Tempest, Pontiac made it a senior compact or what we would consider as a intermediate. For the new model, the Tempest was moved from … Continue reading