Promotional newsreels featuring a variety of Chevrolet-centric stories, including: the building of Norris Dam in Tennessee; an automobile racing an
My wife and I bought our 1967 Corvair Monza convertible from the estate of the second owner. The car was
[Editor’s note: While speaking with Nick Gigante regarding his upcoming Corvair Vindication Day event, Nick forwarded us a transcript of the
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
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
In 1954, Richard Sampson, a successful business owner in Brunswick, Maine, bought a new Chevrolet Corvette. Cemented in history: Entombed
The only thing that can top a Chevelle is Stevie Nicks on top of one It’s an undisputed truth that
Honda Restored A Chevy Truck It was done to help celebrate American Honda’s 60th anniversary. Mention Honda to the typical Motor1.com reader and you’ll