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Category Archive: CHEVY, eBay Find

Springtime Green: It’s Not Everyday A 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454 Pops Up!

Let’s see here: the trees are budding out, the grass is starting to get tall enough to mow, the dandelions are bringing some kind of color to the yard, and I got my first bit of pulse-racing...

Unhinged: This 1977 Chevrolet Camaro Is Giving Me Bad, Bad Ideas

One of the biggest misconceptions I deal with when it comes to readers, friends, and the like is that I’m all-Mopar. Yeah, I’ve owned a pretty sizable roster of Chrysler products so far...

Another One Bites The Dust: The Auction Corvette’s Second Mill Simply Stops Playing!

The Auction Corvette that Cleetus has been messing with this year has been a fun watch for us…he has been trying to keep this C6 together ever since he first saw it in person. How has that...

Rough Start: Could This 1978 Chevrolet Monza Spyder Live Up To The Race-Car Hype?

How do you take the Chevrolet Vega, a car universally panned for being one of GM’s best ideas, executed so poorly that it almost defies belief, and rebuild from the ashes? The Monza. More or...

Rough Start: Hunting For A Holden One Tonner Via Gumtree

Another day, another shift in the ever-fluid saga of the story titled, “What do I want to drive today?” What can I say, I’m like an addict…not only do I need another fix, I...

Canadian Flavor: This 1966 Beaumont Sport Deluxe Droptop Is Cruise-Ready

Looking at a Beaumont is like looking at a car in the Grand Theft Auto series of games: overall you know the shape, but there are enough detail differences that you have to stand there for a minute...

The “WTF?” Files: Ever Heard Of The Corporate Concepts Lieutenant Truck?

While it might not appear to be an issue when you look at what prowls the Interstates of America, one issue that is a problem for many truck owners is length. While lately it seems that the problem...

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Unhinged: A Toast To The Chevrolet Volt And It’s Untimely Passing

The Chevrolet Volt isn’t, on the surface, a BangShift-worthy car. At the best, it is a hybrid option that we don’t automatically and outright hate. In fact, in a strange way I actually...

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Rare Find: Would You Be Interested In Buying A 1962 Corvette Fuelie Drag Racer?

I don’t know what it is, but 1956-62 Corvettes just make for badass drag cars. In my viewpoint, they do a better job than any other generation of Corvette at properly conveying a dragstrip...

Squarebody Shopping: This 1977 Chevrolet C10 Is Over-The-Top And Well Done

We love our square-body GM trucks around here. How can you not? General Motors might have made some serious false steps along the way, like killing the Fiero when it got good, killing the F-body when...

Rough Start: Here’s How You Go Over The Budget Properly: Big Block Blazer!

It isn’t everyday I choose to bypass the budget part of the Rough Start series. Five thousand dollars should be plenty of coin to find and fix up something that will, at the very least, make...

Rough Start: Another Chance At The Slope-Nosed Laguna NASCAR Clone

Good mid-1970s A-bodies aren’t going to be cheap much longer. Granted, the market has been slow to pick up on the Colonnade-era cars, but mark my words, the second that California bumps their...

Money No Object: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Greenbriar – Super Sports Wagon, Yes. Antarctic Blue? Close Enough.

You remember the scene from National Lampoon’s Vacation, don’t you? Clark and Rusty Griswold on the dealership lot, trying to figure out where Clark’s “Antartic Blue Super...

Sport Truck Meets Pro Street: This 1989 Chevrolet C-1500 Is Two Eras In One

Welcome to pretty much every magazine I read as a young child. Outside of the copies of 4Wheel and Off-Road that my stepdad read and all of the Dirt Wheels that I was thumbing through during my...