SS 350

Real SS Project: 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle

When most people think of the 1970s Chevelle Super Sport, they think of the SS 396 or SS 454. But there was also a less potent version of the car offered with a 350 cubic inch V8. This is… more»

L48 V8 Project: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

The Ford Mustang had the pony car market almost all to itself until 1967. Then the parade began with the Chevy Camaro and others joining the party. In terms of sales, the Camaro was the only one to come… more»

Copart Find: 1972 Chevrolet Malibu SS 350

From 1966 to 1968, the Chevelle SS 396 was a series of its own. After that, it reverted to option status on (mostly) the Malibu Sport Coupe and the range of available engines included any Chevy V8. The seller’s… more»

No Reserve Driver: 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle

The 1970-72 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport is one of the most popular muscle cars to clone. That’s because it’s hard to tell the difference between the real thing and an imitator without paperwork. Fortunately, no detective work is needed… more»

Same Owner 50 Years: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

In 1969, every major Chevrolet series (except for Corvair and Corvette) had a Super Sport offering: Nova, Camaro, Chevelle, and Impala. That should include the seller’s Camaro which appears to be a real-deal SS 350.  It may be unusual… more»

No Reserve 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS Project

The third generation (1968-72) of the Chevy Nova is one of the most often SS-cloned cars of its period. But since the VIN doesn’t help decode these autos, a build sheet or other documentation is needed to validate. This… more»

Only Two Owners: 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 350

The Chevelle Super Sport was one of the many hot cars of the 1960s. And – like the others – they lost some of their steam in the 1970s. First, the insurance industry figured out the risk of insuring… more»

Real Deal Roller? 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

The Super Sport was one of two hot Camaro’s during the car’s early years (the other being the Z28). Standard equipment was a 350 cubic inch V8 that produced 300 hp. From the badging, this 1969 Camaro looks like… more»

Original Paint: 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS

Upon visiting your neighborhood Chevy dealer in 1970, you could order a Nova Super Sport with a 350 cubic inch V8 or the 396 big-block, which was the last year it would be offered in the compact. This Nova… more»

350 V8 Project: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS

The Chevy Camaro was in its sophomore year in 1968, having been introduced to do battle with Ford’s successful Mustang. Changes would be minimal in its second outing, the most noticeable being the addition of side marker lights and… more»

Solid Project: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

The trouble with first impressions is that we can only make them once. Whether at a job interview or meeting your future in-laws, those people will almost always remember those initial impressions. The same is true when viewing a… more»

Dusty 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Clone

For the past several years, the second generation Chevelle Super Sport has been one of the most often cloned muscle cars. And it’s sometimes hard to distinguish an imposter without a build sheet. The seller of this 1972 Malibu… more»

Carport Find: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Rumors started the circulate in early 1965 that Chevrolet designers were already working on their answer to Ford’s newly successful Mustang. It was code-named Panther and – 18 months later – the final product would debut badged as the… more»

Rally Sport: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

The Chevy Camaro arrived on the scene in 1967 to do battle with Ford’s popular new Mustang. It proved to be a formidable competitor, racking up sales of more than 220,000 cars in its first year. The seller’s Camaro… more»

No Reserve 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350 Clone

Third-year Chevy Camaro sales would be brisk at nearly one-quarter million units. That initial supply has made them popular with folks looking to clone base models into SS or Z28 look-a-likes. The seller’s car started out life with an… more»

Hugger Orange! 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

Imagine walking into your neighborhood Chevrolet dealer in 1969 and finding this car on the showroom floor. Not only is it an SS 350 Camaro with an L48 engine, but it’s painted Hugger Orange (below today’s primer) and has… more»