Tag: Chevrolet

There’s a Corvette Heart in This ’32 Chevrolet Rat Rod


Ever since its early days, the Chevrolet Corvette name has been a byword for standout sports car performance, offering a mix of big V8 engines, balanced chassis, and a track record for everyday dependability. No wonder Chevrolet has sold well over a million Corvettes.  Continue Reading »

Charlotte a Key Race in NASCAR Cup Chase


NASCAR’s next stop in the Chase for the Cup is the Bank of America 500 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Things look to especially benefit the Joe Gibbs Racing team at tonight’s night race (weather permitting). It had a strong showing there in May for the Coca Cola 600 and there’s no reason to doubt the success will propel all four members to the next stage. Continue Reading »

The Uncanny Style of the 1963 Bertone Corvair Testudo

1963 Bertone Corvair Testudo

Founded in 1912, Bertone is the world’s oldest Italian coachbuilding company. They gained a reputation for building incredible one-off prototypes and the Testudo is easily one of the most important concepts they have ever built.

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5 Diesel Alternatives to the Affected Volkswagen Vehicles


If you were in the market for a new diesel vehicle in the U.S., your options—at least temporarily—have gotten a lot smaller.  Continue Reading »

Chevrolet Colorado Diesel to Get Extra Attention From EPA and CARB

2015 Chevrolet Colorado Front

It was only a matter of time before regulators decided they’d best take a closer look at diesel vehicle emissions claims and it looks like the Chevrolet Colorado is the first on their list. Both the EPA and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) notified General Motors that the new diesel Colorado won’t be certified until it has been road tested and lab tested.

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Listen to the 2017 Camaro ZL1 Roar on Track


When the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro debuted earlier this year, it brought with it three muscled-up engines—a 275 horsepower four-cylinder, a 335-hp V6, and a 455-hp V8. That makes for one compelling family of power, but undoubtedly fans want more, and it appears they won’t have to wait long.  Continue Reading »

Texas Police Department Adds Corvette Z06 to Its Fleet


Just a few years ago, the biggest news in police vehicles was the migration from Ford Crown Vics to the likes of Dodge Chargers and Ford Explorers. Then things kind of subsided, but one police department in Texas has a new acquisition that blows those vehicles away.

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This Brave Man Swapped a Chevy V8 into a Classic Ferrari


Modifying a classic car can be a touchy subject. When the production numbers go down, the rarity goes up, and every little custom modification is usually met with a cringe from those who worship the brand.  Continue Reading »

The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air That Epitomizes the Fifties


The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air was lightning in a bottle. Before that, the design had been shared on cars going all the way back to the 1920s, but no one took much notice until the ’57 Bel Air debuted. It became an iconic symbol of not just automotive design of the time, but of the entire era. Its hardtop, non-detachable roof that looked like a convertible, soft-top struck a chord and spread across the General Motors line into other Chevys and Cadillacs.

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This 800-HP Camaro Remembers a ‘60s Performance Icon


In the performance car world, there are certain names that tend to perk up ears—names like Shelby, Yenko, and Nickey—the ones responsible for taking everyday cars and making them truly extraordinary. But there’s another name deserving of that short list, actually two…Baldwin-Motion.  Continue Reading »