Chevrolet was proud of its 1956 lineup, and rightly so. See the confidence on display in this 1956 color film.
So after 62 years the celebrated Impala badge will no longer grace the highway, this is another sad example of
For the 1966 model year, Chevrolet produced a feature-length film extravaganza for its dealers called Impact ’66, complete with Hollywood-style production values
Nice video from Haltech on why the LS is so special and has become the engine swap of choice replacing
I currently own a ’65 and a ’66 Impala, and I’m always surprised how many people seem to mis-identify them.
Only 50 Greenbrier vans were produced in 1964 with the camper package and that this one also has the aftermarket
Recently, I found myself in the presence of an engine. This is hardly uncommon, but this engine was, uh, a
Transcript of a speech to the Kaiser-Frazer Owners Club, 30 July 2015. Continued from Part 1. Delving in Kaiser-Frazer and the Making
Kaiser-Frazer and the Making of Automotive History Two Kids Hooked by the ’54 Kaiser Joe Ligo of AutoMoments, who produces
The History of Custom Car Literature, When Did It Start, What Did They Publish, and Why It Was Researched In