Hot Rod Wagon: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Concours 396

In the late 1960s, Chevrolet liked to name their station wagons differently than their sedans. So, the lineup in the Chevelle ranks was Nomad, Greenbrier, Concours, and Concours Estate, with the latter two being Malibu equivalents in wagon trim… more»

BF Auction: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Concours Station Wagon

Project builds can stall for various reasons, leaving owners with little choice but to part with their prized classic. One of the most heartbreaking is when an owner passes away before they enjoy the fruits of their labor, leaving… more»

Cheap V8-Powered 1977 Chevrolet Nova Concours

From its introduction in 1962 to its retirement in 1979 as a rear-wheel-drive compact, the Chevy II/Nova was one of Chevrolet’s biggest sellers. The fourth generation debuted in 1975 and the magic was still there as the 1977 model… more»

One Owner Survivor: 1976 Chevrolet Nova

The 1960s and 1970s rear-wheel-drive Nova was one of Chevrolet’s most popular automobiles. It would receive its final redesign in 1975, to be replaced by the troubled front-wheel-drive Citation in 1980. For 1976, there was a luxury version of… more»

Muscle Wagon: 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Concours Estate

Life may force compromises upon us, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. Take this 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Concours Estate as an example. It presents superbly and would make a practical family wagon. Usually, owning such a… more»

Unfinished Wagon: 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle

More times than not when a second-generation Chevelle pops up for sale, it’s usually an SS 396 or 454. Or at the very least a Malibu. This is vehicle is the latter, but as a station wagon that was… more»

17k Mile Survivor: 1976 Chevrolet Nova Concours

Fifth-generation Chevy Nova’s (1975-79) were the last of the rear-wheel-drive models. They would continue to sell well even though the FWD Citation was coming soon to replace it (which was too bad). For 1976, the designation for the most… more»

1-of-7: 1977 Chevrolet Nova Concours 4-Speed

The Concours was the luxury version of the fourth generation Chevy Nova. Four-door sedans were a pretty common sight on the roadways. What wasn’t a common sight was to look inside an ordinary family sedan and see a 4-speed… more»