Chevy & Dodge

      

 

 

 

 

 

The 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS (SuperSport) had a huge 396 cubic inch big block V8. This car was Chevyís best muscle car in its lineup. They only made 53,559 350 horse power  beasts.

 
 

This spectacular 1977 yellow Corvette was $8,648 back in the day. Although it only had 210 horse power  in its underpowered V8, was still pretty fast.

 
 

The remarkable 1955 Chevy Bel Air was a great V8 luxury car. Their beautiful two-tone paint job was a key factor in the Bel Airs. The only one that was called the Bel Air only had a 210 cubic inch V8 instead of the standard inline 6 cylinder engine.

 
 
   

The Corvette Stingrayís lifespan only last

ed from 1963 to 1967. This particular one is a convertible. It had a L71 triple-carbureted 427 cubic inch V8 with a monstrous 435 horsepower. This  was a lot for late 60s production car. The Sting Ray had such a beautiful body.

 

 

The Corvette Stingrayís lifespan only lasted from 1963 to 1967. This particular one is a convertible. It had a L71 triple-carbureted 427 cubic inch V8 with a monstrous 435 horsepower. This  was a lot for late 60s production car. The Sting Ray had such a beautiful body.

 

 
   

The 1957 Chevy Nomad is basically the Bel Air, but in a wagon format. Disappointing sales hit Chevy pretty hard. Chevy only sold 6,103. In my opinion, the problem was that this wagon only had two doors.

 

 

The 1999 Chevy Camaro had a Corvette like appearance. Thatís fine for a sports car, but a muscle car thatís just terrible. We all loved the original mean muscular look from 1967.

 

 
   

This was around the beginning of the car industry when Chevy came out with the 1917 Series D with a 90 degree V8. This was great family car. It was pretty slow for 288 cubic inches.

 

 

The Chevy 1983 Monte Carlo was a great car. It was used in NASCAR. For a NASCAR based car it had extremely underpowered 305 cubic inch V8 with only 180 horsepower.

 

 
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