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Category Archive: CHEVY, eBay Find

Money No Object: This Wild 1978 Camaro Isn’t For The Timid!

Sleepers are cool. We like the idea of blending in with everyone else, knowing that we have something powerful at our disposal if we see the need or simply have the urge to exercise our right foot....

This 1976 Chevrolet LUV Is A Small-Block Swap Candidate If We’ve Ever Seen One!

Is it fair to say that the Chevrolet LUV pickup truck is an endangered species? The Americanized Isuzu Faster has all but disappeared from the radar screen. Every time we see one of these little...

Rough Start: This 1965 Corvair Monza Sedan Is Too Sweet To Pass Up!

When five grand is burning a hole in your pocket and you want to be able to hit the road in short order, generally speaking, hunting down a fifty-ish year old car isn’t your best bet. For five...

Would You Rather, The Alternate Future Edition: Which FWD Pony Car Concept Appeals To You Most?

We know how the pony cars managed to survive the 1980s: Ford managed to give the Mustang a desperately needed horsepower injection that really came into play in 1982, and over at GM, the...

Super Sano Sleeper: This 1974 Chevrolet Vega Can Make You Forget Those Nasty Issues From The Past!

The trials and tribulations of the Chevrolet Vega are well known. GM wanted a small car to take on a new section of market and produced a very handsome vehicle with some major flaws. Pick your...

Chevrolet Tahoe And Suburban RST: When The Family Wagon Needs To Haul Ass

(Photos: General Motors) The Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban are the go-to full-size SUVs in the market right now. Look left and right when you are out and about, and I’ll all but promise you that...

GM Is Unloading Some Of The “Toy Box” Cars At Barret-Jackson This Weekend! Take A Look At Some Of These Beauties!

Ever since I saw the first article about it, the GM “Toy Box” collection and subsequently appropriate concept and one-off vehicles has captured my attention. Summed up, it’s what GM...

Question Of The Day: Is This 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle The Perfect First Car?

  If you are a parent, you are immediately going to point out everything wrong with this sentiment, but do yourself a favor and remember your first car. I remember mine: a 1975 Chevrolet Camaro...

Hennessey Has A 1,000 Horsepower Answer For the SRT Demon: Meet “The Exorcist”!

In a week, we will finally have the curtain pulled back on what little we still don’t know about the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. There are two more teaser videos in between now and then, but...

Money No Object: This 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Looks Like A Factory-Built Pro Street Concept – CLEAN!

Is it wrong of me to like the fact that this 1991 Chevrolet Camaro looks more stock than modified? It’s something that I look for in cars that I hunt down…I’d rather see a stock...

Would You Rather, The Former SEMA Edition: Which Show Car Takes The Prize?

Every year, right at the beginning of November, there is a pilgrimage made to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Some view the SEMA show as a three-ring circus of everything automotive, some view it as...

Prototype Teaser Or A Missed Opportunity? Check Out MotorWeek’s Test Of The 1992 Camaro Heritage Edition Prototype!

The fact that the Chevrolet Camaro made it to twenty-five years was surprising…the car quite nearly got the ax in the early 1970s, and if it wasn’t for pony car competition drying up by...

Would You Rather, The Ex-Cop Edition! Which Is The Auction Bargain, The Caprice PPV Or The Hemi Charger?

We really dig ex-cop cars here at BangShift…in fact, all three of us have at least one in our history: Buford T. Justice, Brian’s Caprice, is a real-deal 9C1 car, and another ex-cop...

The Most Expensive Caprice In The World? This 1989 Chevrolet Just Might Be…

I’ll level with you, readers: the plan was to dig around Craigslist listings in the U.K. for something interesting that would be worth showing. It probably wouldn’t be a Rough Start car...