Chevrolet

One Family Tri-Five: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

Chevy introduced a whole new line of cars in 1955 that would go on to sell more than 4.5 million copies in three years. Later dubbed “Tri-Fives,” these cars have become some of the most collectible domestic automobiles of… more»

Blank Canvas Build: 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

A previous owner commenced restoring this 1965 Corvette Convertible more than two decades ago, but the work stalled early. It is a structurally sound vehicle representing a blank canvas for a new owner wishing to create the ‘Vette of… more»

Weiand 12-Pak Included! 1931 Chevrolet Sedan

Typically, an unfinished project will leave a new owner with decisions to make and the prospect of spending considerable cash on new drivetrain components if the existing configuration doesn’t meet their requirements. That’s what makes this 1931 Chevrolet Sedan… more»

450 HP Project! 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

Beginning in 1970, the Chevy Chevelle Super Sport was marketed in two versions, the SS 396, and the new SS 454. But the 396 was new in a way, too, as the engine now displaced 402 cubic inches. But… more»

Shorty Conversion: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

We’ve seen plenty of these oddball shorty conversions over the years, but they have been largely contained to old VW Buses and luxurious Cadillac models. I can’t recall seeing a muscle car (or at least something that looks like… more»

Indy Pace Car Project: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Since the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911, there have been manufacturer-supplied cars to pace the field. One of the most popular automobiles to have this honor was the Chevy Camaro, which did it four times between 1967 and 1993…. more»

Eclectic Collection Sell-Off: Days Gone By Museum

Museum and private collection sell-offs are enormously entertaining. In one sense, it is sad to see what is surely a lifetime of work being broken up piece by piece, but on the other, these eclectic assortments of vehicles likely… more»

L78 396 V8: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS

The domination of the Ford Mustang in the new “pony car” field would get dealt a blow when the Chevy Camaro came along in 1967. While the new Chevy “only” generated about half the sales of the Ford, it… more»

Only Two Owners: 1968 Chevrolet C20 Pickup

For as many great trucks as we see flowing across our pages at Barn Finds, some stand out. This is one of those, here on craigslist, a 1968 Chevrolet C20 pickup, with only two owners and an asking price… more»

Real Deal Survivor: 1954 Chevrolet Corvette

It is no secret that Chevrolet considered dropping its Corvette range before C1 production ended. Sales volumes were not as hoped, early quality control issues sullied the Corvette’s reputation, and overall performance didn’t meet buyer expectations for a genuine… more»

John Deere Tribute? 1957 Chevrolet 210

This 1957 Chevy 210 station wagon was someone’s pet project that came to halt for one reason or another. We’re told it’s been sitting for several years and doesn’t run, although it did when it was parked. The color… more»

32k Miles and One Family: 1965 Chevrolet Impala

The 1965 model year would be a record one for Chevrolet and its full-size cars. More than 800,000 Impalas would be delivered to buyers, and of those one-fifth were the 4-door Sport Sedan (aka hardtop) like the seller’s car…. more»

Parked in The ’80s: 1965 Chevrolet El Camino

Some enthusiasts hesitate if confronted with another person’s project build when it comes to market. There’s always a worry that its shiny paint hides second-rate repairs that will come back and bite the new owner. I don’t believe that… more»

Untouched Survivor: 1970 Chevrolet Corvette

After more than half a century, it is common for many classic cars to undergo some form of restoration work. However, this 1970 Corvette Convertible has avoided that fate. The seller claims it is as original as the day… more»

1936 Chevrolet Sedan Project

Chevrolet would produce nearly one million automobiles in 1936, reclaiming the number one sales position for the year. Two major series were offered, the Standard and the Master Deluxe, the latter wearing a four-inch longer wheelbase than its junior… more»

California Drag Car: 1968 Chevrolet Nova

The third generation of the Chevy II/Nova was introduced in 1968 and it was an instant success.  Production increased by more than 70% over 1967 and would continue to grow as the car evolved through 1974. The Nova was… more»