Only Two Owners! 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

From its introduction in 1964, the mid-size Chevy Chevelle would quickly become one of the GM division’s best-selling cars. Perhaps the most successful was the second generation which ran from 1968 to 1972. The ‘69s got a mild facelift… more»

Garage Find: 1970 Ford Torino SportsRoof

The Torino began in 1968 as the upscale version of Ford’s mid-size car, the Fairlane. It took over representing the series in 1970 and continued as such through the 1976 model year. The autos received a redesign in 1970… more»

Rare SS Wagon! 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle 454 V8

Online sources seem to be divided on whether Chevrolet actually ever built a Chevelle Super Sport station wagon in 1973. But the ones that agree indicate the number with a 454 cubic inch V8 to be very small, perhaps… more»

Blazer 4X4: 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

If you combined the body of a first-generation 1960s Chevrolet Corvair with a mid-1980s S-10 Blazer SUV, the seller’s vehicle is what you might come up with. He/she bought this as a project and stopped working on it when… more»

Tastefully Modern: 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

In the 1950s, Chevrolet (along with most U.S. auto manufacturers) sold only one size of car. By 1964, Chevy was peddling four varieties, two of which were compacts. The newest face in the crowd came that year in the… more»

Itty Bitty Roadster: 1949 Crosley Hotshot

Crosley Corp. (ala Crosley Motors) was an independent manufacturer of microcars in the 1940s and 1950s. The Hotshot was one of their products, a smaller roadster built for two that had no doors. One of its claims to fame… more»

Field Find Project: 1966 Chrysler 300

Not to be confused with the 300 “Letter Series” cars of the 1950s and 1960s, Chrysler introduced a “regular” version of the 300 that was more affordable. These 300s were produced from 1962 to 1971, even after the Letter… more»

Captive Mopar Import: 1971 Dodge Colt

In the early 1970s, U.S. automakers took different approaches to fielding subcompact cars. Ford and Chevy went with new designs, AMC took an existing product and modified it, and Dodge decided to rebadge a Japanese import. Such was the… more»

Patina in Black! 1978 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

After years of playing second fiddle to the Ford Mustang, the Chevy Camaro came out on top in the sales game in 1978. Chevrolet sold more than 68,000 more Camaros than Ford did the Mustang II, in its final… more»

Sporty Gas Miser: 1986 Ford Escort GT

In 1981, the Ford Escort replaced the Pinto as the company’s subcompact offering. Built as a “world car” through collaboration with Ford of Europe, the Escort shifted to front-wheel-drive and would remain in production into the early part of… more»

Patriotic Muscle Car: 1970 AMC Rebel Machine

As an independent, American Motors chose its battles carefully, especially when it came to performance cars. A case in point is the 1970 Machine, a one-year-only version of the mid-size Rebel. Production numbers were low and a little more… more»

1 of 630: 1972 Hurst/Olds Pace Car

Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance collaborated on nine occasions to release a limited-production muscle car, dubbed the Hurst/Olds. And only on two occasions did one of them pace the field at the annual Indianapolis 500 race. The first time was… more»

Rare C-150? 1981 Chevrolet Camaro

The second generation of the Chevy Camaro ended its 12-year run in 1981. The design had been getting stale and an all-new car was just around the corner. But that didn’t stop more than 126,000 buyers from scooping up… more»

Rolling Tri-Five: 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

Some of the most successful U.S.-made automobiles were the 1955-57 full-size Chevrolets. With nearly five million units produced, they would go on to be known as the “Tri Fives”. The top-line Bel Air would be a best-seller, including this… more»

Just 1 Mile? 1968 Dodge Charger

The Charger may have been the comeback story of 1968. After selling less than 16,000 copies in 1967, a redesign of the B-body platform in 1968 changed output to more than 92,000 units. That number would not be broken… more»

Mustang Fighter! 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

Chevrolet introduced its new Camaro “pony car” in 1967 to compete against the widely popular Ford Mustang. They even went as far as developing “Special Performance Package Z28” to challenge the Mustang on the SCCA (Sports Car Club of… more»