Only Two Owners! 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle Laguna

General Motors treated its mid-size automobiles to a new design in 1973, dubbed “Colonnade” styling. That’s because true hardtops were discontinued, though the doors would not be framed for the glass. The Laguna would become the top-level Chevelle and… more»

NASCAR-Inspired: 1976 Chevrolet Laguna S-3

The Chevy Chevelle was redesigned in 1973, using GM’s new Colonnade styling technique that eliminated true hardtops. From 1974-76, the Laguna S-3 was the successor to the Super Sport and was only available as a coupe. This ’76 S-3… more»

Lovely Laguna S-3! 1975 Chevrolet Chevelle

So, we went from a 450 HP, SS454 Chevelle in ’70 to a Laguna S-3, such as our subject car in ’75? That’s a big change in only five years! But the ’70 Chevelle gets covered to death, we… more»

Owned Since ’87: 1974 Chevelle Laguna Type S-3

The Chevelle Laguna Type S-3 was the successor to the Chevelle Super Sport. It would debut in 1974, at about the time the muscle car market had petered off and gas prices were going up as a result of… more»

SS Successor: 1976 Chevelle Laguna S-3

The Chevelle Super Sport (SS) was replaced by the Laguna S-3 for 1974-76. With the Colonnade styling that had been adopted in 1973, these cars saw lower production than before. The fading muscle car market and higher gas prices… more»

Pampered Survivor: 1976 Chevrolet Laguna S3

When I was in junior high, there was a high school kid who drove a Laguna S3 very similar to this one. If my memory serves me right, his was white with a maroon stripe instead of the black stripe…. more»

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