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Category Archive: BangShift Question Of The Day??, CHEVY

BangShift Question Of The Day: Is There A Reason To Continue Making The Chevrolet Camaro?

For the last few days, the rumors have been flying on many an outlet’s webpage and it’s to the point where they need to be addressed. Here’s the rundown: The sixth-generation Camaro...

Counterattack: Chad Liked That Slammed Yukon, But This Pro Street Stepside Is More His Jam!

Chad’s tastes in cars and trucks is fairly simple and straightforward: GM, Camaro based for cars, square-body trucks, but anything can be looked at positively. For example, the two-door GMC...

King Of The Road: What Would You Do With This 1976 GMC Motorhome?

Stop humming the music from the movie “Stripes”, we know that the GMC Motorhome was the basis for the EM-50 Urban Assault Vehicle. We also know that it was one of General Motors’...

Classic YouTube: A Walk Through The History Of Camaro Advertisements

I love old car television ads. Whether it’s the jingle, like the late 1980s “Have you driven a Ford, lately?” that I can still hear clear as a freaking bell, to the strange and...

Money No Object: Kind Of Want A Root Beer After Looking At This 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Ignoring my personal fixation on the weird and unloved for a moment, ask yourself something: have you found yourself looking at something that ten, twenty, thirty years ago you would’ve avoided...

Summertime At The OPGI Car Show Series – We’ve got the Chevys!

(Photos by Roger Rohrdanz) – Summer is here in Southern California and if you cannot find a dozen car shows, autocross, drag races, sprint car races or short track late models, you’re not looking...

Figure It Out: This 1969 Beaumont Is The Special Way To Speak A-body!

My trip into the eastern side of Canada didn’t radically open my eyes to the country north of the United States. Neither did my forays into British Columbia years ago when I used to visit...

STOLEN: Keep An Eye Out For This Monte Carlo And Malibu In The Charlotte, North Carolina Area!

Hot Rod Magazine’s Power Tour is currently going down, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the event, and this morning we have some rather crap news to share with you from the road trip. Seems...

End Date: If You Want To Get A C7 Corvette, You Might Want To Hurry!

It is odd to me that the C7 Corvette is almost done. When I moved out to Kentucky at the end of 2013, pre-production models were freaking everywhere. There was the green one that was being driven by...

Last Call: The 1973 Baldwin-Motion Phase III Camaro…You Truly Weren’t Going To See Another Like This!

In 1974, Car Craft Magazine published an article: “King Kong Lives On Long Island”. The feature vehicle: a 454-powered Motion Super Vega. Wrap your head around that for a minute…the...

Rough Start: Big Dually! Does This 1993 Chevy C3500 Scratch That Big-Truck Itch?

There is something audacious about a big dually pickup truck, dropped to the earth, rocking a big-block soundtrack. The wide hips and dual wheels give an almost old-school hot rod look to what...

Sport Truck With Muscle: Do You Remember The Banks Twin-Turbo SS 502?

Ah, 1993…when slammed GM trucks, paint jobs with many layers, and billet damn near everything was in style…and I was halfway through fourth grade. You couldn’t escape the sport...

Morning Symphony: The Buzzin’ Half-Dozen – Six-Cylinder Opalas Cutting Loose In Brazil

There are two ways to view the Chevrolet 250ci inline-six. There’s the way that most people I know see them: the base-model engine of many a GM product, solid and robust, but about as exciting...

BangShift Question Of The Day: Big-Block, Four-Speed, And Rust – Is This 1984 Caprice Worth It Or No?

Okay, readers, I’m leaving this ball in your court. Normally I feel pretty confident when I pick a Craigslist ride to share with you, but in the case of this 1984 Chevrolet Caprice station...