Highly Optioned Project: 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454

The Monte Carlo moniker was only a year old when the 1971 cars arrived, but right from the get-go Chevrolet offered a Super Sport package, and fortunately for buyers, it was a good one.  The seller calls his SS… more»

Grandpa’s Workhorse: 1952 Chevrolet Half-Ton Pickup

What is it with me and trucks. So many examples still wear the evidence of years of work, punctuated by the styling signatures of long ago. Is it possible to be glamorous and practical at the same time? I… more»

Up on Jacks: 1975 Chevrolet Camaro Type LT

The second generation of the Chevrolet Camaro was built throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s. Changes were generally small from year to year except when it came to bumpers and fascias, fore and aft. All Detroit cars were… more»

Sleeper Potential? 1975 Chevrolet Monza V8

Not to be confused with the Corvair Monza of the 1960s, the Chevy Monza was in production from 1975 to 1980. It debuted as a subcompact hatchback in a 2+2 seating configuration and was based on the infrastructure of… more»

61k Original Miles: 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS

Enthusiasts considering a classic purchase often face the decision as to whether they should preserve their unmolested investment or if treating it to a cosmetic restoration is the best option. That is the choice facing the new owner of… more»

Rebuilt 350 V8: 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

From its birth in 1964, the Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe was the most popular model and body style of the mid-size automobile. The 1968-72 editions were best-sellers and have been the subject of many SS clone projects. This 1972… more»

1 of 618: 1965 Chevrolet Corvette

The big news in Corvette circles in 1965 was the addition of the 396 cubic inch big-block V8. The L78 produced a whopping 425 hp and just 2,157 of them left the assembly line. The seller’s car was one… more»

SS Clone: 1991 Chevrolet C/K Pickup

Clones, in general, are tricky beasts in the car world. When it comes to cloning a vehicle that is typically out of reach price-wise for most enthusiasts, it’s possible to justify building your own version of it. But when… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe

A well-executed tribute can generate almost as much excitement as the genuine article, especially when the target is recreating a classic as desirable as a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396. That’s what has been achieved with this Chevelle Malibu… more»

One Owner: 1973 Chevrolet Blazer K5 4×4 Cheyenne

Where are we in the Blazer-mania cycle? Are prices moderating or it is still just nuts out there? Well, the highwater mark was this ’71 restomod that brought a cool $440k at Mecum in January of 2022. There’s this dealer,… more»

Texas Barn Find: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

When it comes to the Tri-Fives, it’s hard to go wrong choosing a ’55 for a project, and when it’s a droptop plus the more upscale Bel Air model that sweetens the idea all that much more.  This one’s… more»

Barn Find 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The personal luxury car was becoming a hot market segment by the late sixties, so Chevrolet decided to get into the game too when they introduced their Monte Carlo in 1970.  The first generation only lasted three model years… more»

Solid Shortbox: 1966 Chevrolet C10 Stepside

Chevrolet’s C/K Series of trucks debuted in 1960 and would run in some fashion through 2002. Its main competitors would be the Ford F-Series and Dodge D-Series. This 1966 edition is said to be able to run for short… more»

Fiberglass Project: 1967 Chevrolet Corvette

The C2 (second generation) Chevy Corvette was in its last year in 1967. The following season, the Mako Shark-inspired Corvette would join the world. Nearly 23,000 copies of the ’67 were built of which a little more than a… more»

327 V8/4-Speed: 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

Between 1955 and 1957, Chevrolet sold more than 4.5 million automobiles. This was thanks to the popularity of the new design that would go on to be recognized as the “Tri-Fives”. And the availability of a V8 engine in… more»

Olds 455 V8 Power! 1976 Chevrolet Monza

The Chevy Monza was a derivative of the company’s first subcompact and would be in production from 1975 to 1980. It was similar to the Pontiac Sunbird, Buick Skyhawk, and Oldsmobile Starfire. They were built as economy cars but… more»