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A Cranberry Red 1970 Chevelle, 1956 Bel Air, and More Readers' Rides
Gabriel’s Cranberry Red 1970 Chevelle SS454 rolls on 20s and sports black Stereo Stripes on a cowl-induction hood.
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A Rare 1955 Chevy Handyman Wagon with a Modern Drivetrain and Suspension
“I grew up riding in my parents’ ’55 Nomad,” he explains. “It’s my dream car.” But I don’t think many of us can understand how hard Chad fought.
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This 1977 Chevrolet Monza is a Cure for the Everyday Hot Rod
For many enthusiasts, it doesn’t matter how many cars you own or how nice they are, there’s almost always one that seems just a bit more significant than the others.
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1979 Chevrolet Malibu SS Gets a 505-Horsepower LS7 Transplant
In the case of Bill Crawford’s 1979 Malibu SS, we found the word "smooth" repeatedly rolling off our tongues with no effort at all.
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A Pair of 409-Powered 1962 Chevys: Bel Air and Biscayne
In the case of Larry Frederick and Mick Price, they have something tangible from their childhood in the '60s: 1962 409 Chevrolets.
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2015 Chevrolet Silverado High Country Diesel 4x4 Road Test and Review
A friend of mine and I hopped into the cab of the 2015 Silverado High Country 2500HD 4x4 and headed for Arizona in this road test and review. Check out the awesome photos here!
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This 1959 Chevrolet Impala is a Revenge of the Pimpmobile
Can you feel it coming up behind you? Is this cat serious? Top dropped, tires boiling, maniacal glint wide in his eyes. You’ve just been fanged by Pimpala.
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The Baddest Drag Racing Chevys: Championship Edition
Illinois-based racer Luke Bogacki, who was the 2013 NHRA Lucas Oil World Champion for Super Comp (8.90) class racing, won a second consecutive NHRA World Championship in 2014.
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This Custom 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Has a 510-Horse ZL454 Under the Hood
“The Legend” is the term that Dennis Wellbrock uses to describe his rolling creation. Primarily built by Greening Auto Company, this stunning example of Chevy’s spacious cruise-mobile has a bit more bite than the original.
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Driving Across the USA in a 409 Chevrolet
Central California’s Kim Thompson, age 68, drove his ’63 425hp 409 SS convertible all by himself just over 2,000 miles.
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Super-Fine 409 W-Powered 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS
In this particular case, “the works” required 2 1/2 years and an investment of over $100,000, but man, was it ever money well spent.
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Bryan Anders’ Really Hot 1977 Chevrolet Chevette
Fixing up might mean different things to different people, but in Anders’ case, it meant transforming his little ’Vette into something it was never meant to be.
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Black Dog Speed’s 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS
It was two years after buying the 1965 Impala SS that the car was finally in Black Dog’s shop as a roller and ready for reassembly.
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1965 Chevrolet El Camino - Class Of Its Own
Is it a truck? Or is it a car? Chevrolet’s El Camino—spanish for “the path”—seems to have always had somewhat of a hard time finding its own path, but for no real valid reason.
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1963 Chevrolet Impala Wagon - Like a Longneck, Only Better
The venerable station wagon whispers something different about its owner; in very short terms, it’s a willingness to gleefully step beyond the usual.
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From 409 to 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS454 - Back in the Day
R.J. is the only 1971 Monte Carlo SS454 original owner we know of and he has no one to inherit it.
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1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo - Faster than the Law Allows
This flyin' 7-second street Monte Carlo had been in a fire that destroyed the interior. Mike Roy, owner of this ride, bought it for $800 and his wife thought he lost his mind.
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Bow Tie Keepers - Readers' Rides, December 2014
This truck sits on a ’67 short box truck frame. Power is from a ZZ350 crate engine. John brings a ladder to shows so kids can climb into the bed and interior.
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1969 Chevrolet Impala SS427 - Family Heirloom
By 1969, the idea of fullsize performance had faded to nearly an afterthought as buyers wanted sportiness in lighter and more maneuverable body styles.
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1969 Chevrolet El Camino - Rollin’ On Chrome
Take one look at this stunning 1969 El Camino and there is no mistaking that it’s one of a kind. Dubbed “El Chromeo,” this blindingly shiny street machine combines custom work with original parts.
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Readers' Chevy Rides - December 2014
Jim started his email by saying “I'm a loyal reader of the Chevy High Performance magazine and really enjoy the content,” and we won't lie, that always puts a smile on our face.
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Pick A Year - Back in the Day
Sixty years ago, the immortal '55 was introduced. Five years hence it was the '60's turn. Click off five more and the '65 led the way. Finally, 45 years ago, the '70 Chevys led the way.
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Bow Tie Keepers - Readers' Rides, November 2014
Check out this month's Readers Rides including this 1970 Chevelle that runs 700-plus horsepower!
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1964 Chevrolets - Golden Anniversary Salute
Looking back on 50 years of a post-racing-ban Chevrolet. Some refer to the 1964 fullsize Chevrolet as the biggest or squarest of its era.
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1955 Chevrolet Nomad - Theory Of Evolution
Over the last 60 years, Dooley Cameron’s 695hp 1955 Chevrolet Nomad has continually evolved with the times to stomp the competition.
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