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#28 of 32 Re: Favorite Chevelles [parm]
Jan 18, 2011 (4:55 am)
If you comparing Camaro and Chevelle..................then Both Camaro and Chevelle, are equal at around 1970, with a majority of the SS's being produced with 454's and 396's.. The Camaro came out on top being that the Chevelle became a station wagon, and a 4 door family car, completely seperating it from the pack of true "Muscle Cars".. The camaro motored on into the history books through the 80's and into 2002.. I personally am all about the 1970 Chevelle, which is an easy mod for a 71' since it just requires replacing the front clip.. The Camaro is a much more tedious task, and parts are expensive for the SS's of any style.. It just depends on your preference in body style.. Mine is like yours.. Chevelle, Chevelle, Chevelle.. besides, the EL CAMINO of 1970 was the WTF car that had the Chevelle interior, and front clip! Did the Camaro develope a bed to tote Motorcycles?
#29 of 32 Re: Favorite Chevelles [poonamt93]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Jan 18, 2011 (11:00 am)
Please don't put any business links in your posts or we'll have to remove the entire post---we don't edit people's posts for content. Solicitation in the forums is not allowed but your participation is welcome, without links to unrelated businesses.
#30 of 32 malibu or chevelle
Jan 18, 2011 (8:11 pm)
malibu was the deluxe chevelle. as lemans was to the tempest...cutlass to f85 and skylark to special...
#31 of 32 Re: malibu or chevelle [onefunkar]
Jan 20, 2011 (6:12 am)
That's a good way to put it.
And, I agree about the "over supply" of red cars. When restoring a car, owners need to resist the temptation of changing the color to auction/resale red. I prefer keeping it original. But, if a color change is necessary, the collector car world needs more Gold, Iris Mist and Green.
#32 of 32 Re: malibu or chevelle [parm]
Jan 08, 2012 (11:37 am)
I like the '67 Chevelle, '68 Concours Sport Coupe (extremely rare today) and the '73 Chevelle SS with optional Turbine I wheels, best of all Chevelles.