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From Little Hoss To ZL1
In 1946, Fred Gibb Jr. and Irvin Painter opened a Kaiser-Frazier dealership in La Harpe, Illinois, a small town near the Iowa-Missouri border.
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2001 Chevrolet Corvette - Defining The Z06
To understand the Z06, we need to go back to the beginning���1953. The Corvette started out as a show car and quickly turned into a tough guy by 1957 with the 283 fuelie option.
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1971 Chevrolet Nova - Old-School Rules
This father and son duo built an engine combination that would catapult this Nova from a peanut butter sandwich daily driver status to a street-and-strip creature straight out of the old-school archives.
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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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Class Of ���65, Part 1 - Back in the Day
As cool as the hot 1955-���64 Chevrolets were, the same and a bit more can be said for the 1965-���70 models. Add another 25 percent sizzle-factor.
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1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS - The Man With One Red Shoe
Forget about the ���social media��� you know about now. Decades before Gasbag Gore ���invented��� the Internet, hot rodders were enjoying their special brand of communication.
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Corvette Central Shop Tour - The Tooth Shall Set You Free
In the 40 years since Kohn starting making the grille teeth, Corvette Central���s manufacturing arm now produces literally hundreds of additional Corvette parts.
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1972 Chevrolet Corvette Motor Trend Test - From the Archives
Little was changed in the ���72 model year for the Corvette, as Chuck Koch readily admitted early in his June 1972 Motor Trend road test.
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1966 Chevrolet Grand Sport Corvette - Inflicted With a Passion
The buying and restoring of Corvettes would become a major habit, and a source of great satisfaction to our featured owner, Bill Durr.
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS - Blue Angel
Donna Hilliard prefers the driver���s seat of this beautiful Pro Touring-inspired ���69 Camaro. As well she should ��� it���s her car!
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Corvette Prototypes and Concepts - Trend Setting: Part 5
A look back at Chevrolet���s experimental, prototype, concept car, and show car Corvettes including the 1963 Corvette Roadster Show Car and Four-Seater Sting Ray, and more!
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1955 Chevrolet 210 - A Different Kind of Silverado
In street talk, a Silverado is not a Chevy truck. Instead, it refers to an attractive, aging woman who is just not dyeing her hair. It���s a confident look that shows the desire is there even if the package has matured.
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1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS - Old Red
There���s a lot to be said for staying the course, and even more to be said for maintaining that direction in the same car for 16 years.
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1966 Chevrolet Corvette - What Dreams May Come
It has been said that a car, regardless of its modifications or lack thereof, is an extension of its owner and that it reflects their personality.
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Found! Survivor Camaro Collection - Survivors��� Tale
There���s something about survivor Chevys that gets the blood pumping and the brain all excited. Survivors are like time machines, taking us back to an era when there were no cell phones, personal computers or email, to when gas was cheap, and you could honestly get away from it all.
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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - Time Machine
The love affair with Tri-Five Chevys is a long-standing one, as people have been fawning over these cars for the past 60 years. Check out Mike Hughes fuelie '55!
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1958 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible - Sheep���s Clothing
At first glance you might be tempted to think, ���Hey, that���s a nicely restored Corvette.��� But look closer and you���ll see bits of wolf peeking out here and there.
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Chevy History: Origin of the Bow Tie
Since its debut in 1913, the Chevrolet Bow Tie has become one of the world���s most recognized trademarks, but does history have the origins of the iconic symbol recollected accurately?
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History of the 1991 and 2001 Corvettes - Sinkhole Corvettes: Part 4
This is the final installment of our National Corvette Museum (NCM) sinkhole series. Parts 1, 2, and 3 provided you with information about the ���09 ZR1, ���62 convertible, ���92 1-millionth, ���93 40th anniversary coupe, ���09 1.5-millionth, and the ���84 PPG Pace Car.
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1968 Chevrolet Corvette - Jim Paine���s Excellent Corvette Adventure, Part 1
���I was leaving the Chevrolet store and asked the salesman if there were any other Corvettes, and he said, ���Yeah, I know of a ���56 Corvette with 16,000 miles on it.������
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1966 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray - Doozie
It has been said that a car, regardless of its modifications or lack thereof, is an extension of its owner and that it reflects their personality.
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1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - Monster-Motored Mystery
How about another C3 powered by the highest-output RPO version of the engine Hot Rod magazine once called ���Chevrolet���s Mystery V8���?
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The Duntov Letter
The Manifesto That Brought Chevrolet Into the Hot Rod Market 61-Years Ago Today
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2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - Speedtech's 1968 Camaro
When people pick a Chevy to build for handling, they often choose a Camaro. With this in mind it shouldn���t shock anyone that half of the cars in this year���s Super Chevy Suspension & Handling Challenge were, in fact, Camaros. The real shocker is that none of them were ���69s.
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1982-1984 Cross-Fire Fuel Injection Corvettes
1982 was the first year since 1965 that a fuel-injection system was used and the first time ever that a Corvette had an electronic fuel-injection system.
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