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Super fine 409 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air

Jordan Walker’s dream of running his own American car business morphed out of his auto electrical business. With cars like this 1963 Bel Air promo vehicle, he’s certainly flying the flag for classic Americans in the UK with his business venture…

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1955 Chevrolet Two-Ten Townsman

This 1955 Chevrolet Two-Ten Station Wagon is a wonderfully original example. But as owner Russell Schacter discovered, even the simplest cars sometimes need a little bit of mechanical fettling…

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1972 Chevrolet C10 pick-up

Having had a hard life, this smart Chevy truck has had everything restored and replaced – but it’s not just for show. This rig will be working for a living, as Steve Havelock found out.

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1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 C4

Conrad Webb’s 1990 Corvette went into hibernation in a barn for nine years and came out looking none the worse for its ordeal, as Paul Bussey discovers…

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1991 Jankel Tempest

Modified Corvettes? Man, they’re a dime a dozen… but British modified Corvettes? Meet the Jankel Tempest, Blighty’s contribution to the modified Corvette market…

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2009 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept

This month we’re remembering the 2009 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept, something we (perhaps somewhat controversially!) reckon might have made a better-looking C7 or C8…

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Rocco Rescelo’s 1300bhp 1970 Chevrolet Camaro

In a time of national pandemic, most of our hobby’s typical car shows, cruiseins, and get-togethers have been canceled or postponed. Thus, finding new and interesting rides to brag about in this here magazine has become a little more difficult

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715bhp 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle 540 ci engined

Matt Cirocco, of Massapequa, New York, found himself with a daunting dilemma on his hands. “I found out about a good builder 1972 Chevelle for sale locally.

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Jason Blain’s 430bhp 1968 Chevrolet Camaro GM LS3 engined

“It was a very Arkansas design — the front bumper was off, it had Cragar wheels — fat in the back and skinny up front, and the back end was lifted really high via two long air shocks.”

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1963 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Resto-Mod 510bhp

Choosing whether to restore or resto-mod an older corvette isn’t always easy. While wrestling with the merits of bringing back an original versus tampering with a classic, the final decision might depend on several factors. Often it’s dictated by the condition and history of the vehicle. After considering his options on a dilapidated ’63 split window, John Daniels’ direction was fairly obvious. Through his friend John Vestri of Vestri’s Vettes, a firm specializing in resurrecting non-original donor corvettes, he’d found a suitable project car in Arizona that had a good body and interior. But, the original running gear was gone, and a newer Chevy 350 crate engine was in the engine bay. lacking any numbers-matching parts, or any significant provenance, doing a resto-mod on this beleaguered corvette was basically a given.

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1960 Chevrolet Bel Air sedan

This 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air sedan is a four-door, straight-six with little in the way of options – and that’s precisely why we like it so much

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