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1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Goes From Dreary to Supercharged Dream Ride
Craig Flickinger knew he wanted a ’57 Chevy straight out of all of the movies he loved as a kid. Time found in retirement and skills from a mechanical career in the Navy helped him realize his dream in this blown Tri-Five.
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Over a Half-Million Smiles with this 502 BBC-packing 1967 Chevrolet Corvette
When we come across a Corvette that’s been driven long and hard, and not put away wet, we applaud the owners. In this particular case, Dennis and Cindy Manire.
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Redline’s Maniacal Twin-Turbo 7-Second 2006 Corvette C6 Z06 Street Car
Redline Motorsports’ twin-turbo C6 Z06 is on a mission to become the ultimate 7-second street car!
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Check Out This Unique Blend of Top-Performing Drag Cars
Palm Beach, Florida, is home base to a very impressive 1969 Camaro, which sees a lot of action in a unique and regional racing circuit.
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The Story Behind the Teenager in Historic 1953 Corvette Photo
In 2014, Donald DeFilippo was in for the shock of his life when he opened Mike Mueller’s book, Corvette Factories.
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Is This 1971 Chevrolet Corvette the Ultimate Sleeper?
From the outset, this simple, standard-looking 1971 Corvette looks virtually period correct. Hell, pop the hood and you still might not think anything is amiss.
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The Last C6 Corvette
I suppose we’ll have to wait a few more years, or perhaps a decade or so to see how history judges the C6 Corvette.
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LT1-powered Pro Touring 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Fun to drive, great to hear, bitchin' eye-candy. Maybe we could call it New Mean Street.
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A Rare Option And a Lot of Elbow Grease Make This 1972 Chevy Nova Unique
David Whitmer found a 1972 Nova equipped with the Sky Roof option. And, after a little smooth-talking he trailered the car home for the paltry sum of $650.
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SEMA Award Winning 1959 Chevrolet Corvette ZR59
Creating the baddest, one-of-a-kind ’59 Corvette ever built takes time, determination, lots of down-and-dirty hard work — and ultimately — a singular vision.
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LS Turbo-powered 1963 Chevy Nova Capable of Busting Out 700 hp
Once a hindrance to drive, now this 1963 Nova drop-top is a top-notch handler with horsepower to spare.
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Stout 650-Horsepower Pro Touring 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Somewhere in Saudi Arabia you’ll find an LS7-powered 1969 Camaro mixing it up with the big boys.
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Insane 976-Horsepower, Nitrous-Injected, and Turbocharged 2002 Camaro
Billy Schwerin isn’t bashful. He went right for the blue sky with a double tap on the power side.
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Pop's Pride and Joy Was This Super Sanitary 1964 Chevelle El Camino
It’s been said that a family that hot rods together stays together. Well, that couldn’t be truer than for the Light family from Garden Grove, California.
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2014 C7 Corvette Makes 1,000HP with a Sprayed 427-cube Gen V LT1
Weapon X Motorsports aims high with a sprayed 427ci C7 Stingray.
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Turbocharged & EFI Boost a Corvette Concept to 260HP
Chevrolet said there were no plans to produce the car. And it would take the company 30 years before it did offer forced induction on a Vette with the ’09 ZR1.
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Wicked Fast and Super Clean Street/Strip 1970 Chevrolet Nova
"I’ve been building this Nova for 14 years. I wanted something that was a driver and that could be built a little at a time."
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1967 Chevelle Chop Cut Rebuild SEMA 2014 Show Stopper
This Chevy went from a hopeless rusted hulk of a 1967 Chevelle to the 2014 SEMA Show and then onto the cover of Chevelle magazine.
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Supercharged Pro Touring 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Blown Restomod
Jack Hodson Learns How to Build a Supercharged '67 Camaro the Right Way.
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Chris Dortlon Throws an Extra 100 Horsepower at a 2015 Z/28 Camaro
In his quest to find the ultimate Chevy performance machine, Chris Dortlon has rampaged through quite a few cars in three short years.
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100,000 Miles of a Hellraising in a Lightly Modified 1962 Chevrolet Corvette
Mike had a leadfoot, and there was no denying that the boy just loved to drive his Corvette fast. Needless to say, the local cops knew who Mike was, and were well aware of his standing within the State.
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Does This 1956 Chevrolet Corvette Have a Secret?
We found this 8x10 black-and-white print in a stack of unfiled photos with handwriting on the back of the photo identifying this as a 1956 Corvette...but could it be a '57?
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Super Chevy’s Bow Tie Keepers: Did Your Ride Make the Cut?
Did your ride make the cut? Check out this 1957 Bel Air, 1985 C10, and more of our readers' rides!
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1970 XP-882 Mid-Engine/Transverse Corvette Prototype
Between Car Life Magazine and Road & Track, the Corvette community was almost totally convinced that this would be the 1973 Corvette!
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1969 Aero Coupe Show Car: “Bill Mitchell’s Show Car/Play Toy”
Mitchell’s Aero Coupe Corvette show car was another brilliant example of the high level of “style” Bill Mitchell had.
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