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1965: A Very Historic Year for Chevrolet Motorsports
Call it huge. Call it exciting. Call it historic. The year 1965 was huge for Chevrolet motorsports and street performance.
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1966 Ringbrothers Recoil Chevelle - Start To Finish
The LS7-powered ���Recoil��� Chevelle made its debut at the 2014 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Homebuilt Screamer
It was pretty beat down and barely ran, but at $5,000, it fit his budget and it was a real-deal RS. Efrain Diaz built this baller with used parts and elbow grease.
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2012 Super Stock Chevrolet Camaro Debuted by Bryan and Doug Broaddus
There is an age-old drag racing perception out there that race cars painted green are bad luck, but I would counter that pretty much anyone would take their chances with this one.
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Chevrolet Celebrates Five Generations of the Iconic Camaro
Chevrolet looks back at its successful pony car.
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1960 Chevrolet Corvette Triple-Threat Vette from the Archives
The line on the cover of Hot Rod magazine���s October 1964 issue promised that the ���Fastest Vette of All��� was inside. It may not have been the most beautiful racing Vette ever, but it���s hard to argue with its success at speed.
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Rare Finds - 1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28
Skip Lecates found this Camaro the same way he found the Yenko Deuce that appeared on the cover of this magazine's Sept. '12 issue ("Mission Accomplished"), by talking with muscle heads in his area.
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WATCH! The First Dyno Pull of Chevy���s Famous, 427 Big-Block Mystery Motor
See the Smokey Yunick-Built 427 Mark II Mystery Motor Run
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro - Brute Force!
Some skills transfer easily. A basketball player might have the running skills and stamina to transition to soccer just like an autocross driver could apply his techniques to endurance racing.
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Unrestored Survivor 1960 Corvette Might Be Most Original in Existence
The original paint shines almost like new on Gary Skinner���s ���60 Corvette. Skinner, like the car, is a survivor. He rode in this Vette when it was brand-new in 1960 when it had fuel injection from the factory.
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1956 Chevrolet Corvette SR-2 - Lineage
New Corvettes are cool, but if it wasn't for the classics we wouldn't be where we're at. One example is the SR-2, which really started putting performance into the equation.
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2015 Chevrolet Corvette Drag Test: 8-Speed Automatic
No matter how fast your favorite performance car can lap the Nurburgring, no matter what it���ll do at Virginia International Raceway, Watkins Glen or Willow Springs, all barroom bragging rights start and end with its drag strip performance.
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2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - Siren Song
The new C7 Corvette is one seductive beast. But it���s way more than just another pretty face. Underneath all those sleek lines and restyled body panels is cutting-edge performance.
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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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Chevy���s 1965-Up RPO Gatling Gun - Back in the Day
When you think about Chevrolet���s torrid performance and sales in the half-decade from 1965-���70, you should also recall how neat the Chevy II, Chevelle, Corvette, and the fullsize models were.
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1963 Chevrolet Corvette - Split Decision
Purists beware. This isn���t the Corvette you are looking for, but take solace that when Ken Fisher first encountered this 1963 Corvette 20 years ago it was in rough shape.
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Hot Camaros Rip the Strip: Jerry Bickel-built 1969 Camaro and More!
Rahaim���s aspirations with his new car, which debuted in 2013, are to compete at the NHRA Pro Mod level. Check out his ride and more Camaros ripping up the drag strip!
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2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Bowling Green Special
When the C6 debuted in late 2004, it was about 30 seconds later when fans asked, ���So, where���s the Z06?��� When the C6 Z06 arrived a year later, it was worth the wait and proved to be a wolf in wolf���s clothing.
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Corvette Prototypes and Concepts - Trend Setting: Part 6
General Motors makes hundreds of kinds of cars and trucks. Some sell hundreds of thousands of units a year, which makes Chevrolet���s Corvette a complete enigma.
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1955 Chevrolet 210 - Street Heat
Over the years, Pennsylvania resident, Roy Hamilton has built some pretty wicked Chevys. He���s owned a well-massaged ���56 and ���57, along with a number of first-gen Camaros.
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro - Ooms Zooms!
Unlike most of us in this crazy car life, Nevill Ooms was able to connect with a major aftermarket manufacturer to build his hot rod.
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2009 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 - Widebody Zed
Wayne Garner got the Corvette bug at an early age. Like, right when he got his driver���s license early. A 16-year-old kid in Madeira Beach, Florida, with a freshly issued driving permit.
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1968 Chevrolet Chevelle - A Child of the ���60s
While the ���68 Chevelle may not be as widely seen anymore as its 1970 kin, they are tangible reminders from a significant year in Chevrolet history.
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Super Chevy���s 1967 Chevelle SS396 Attacks the Strip at Auto Club Speedway
It was a long time getting there. A build that started in Georgia and got finished in Tampa finally hit the drag strip���in California, of all places.
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1966 Chevrolet Corvette - Flare for the C2 Dramatic
It���s hard to believe that C2 Corvettes were once ���just used cars��� that could be had for the same amount of money any garden variety used Chevy cost. Lucky were the ones that bought cheap back then and held onto them.
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