Cars are vastly better today than they were in the ‘60s, but automakers have lost something important: the willingness to make really goofy eight-minute long videos about their cars.
The 2014 SEMA show was a very good one for American muscle, with cars like the Ford Mustang King Cobra and the revival of the famous Yenko Camaro. But the SEMA Muscle Crown (Is that a thing? It should be a thing) goes to a car called "Recoil." It's a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle with 980 horsepower and an interior that's…
Welcome to Little Car in the Big City, where I highlight fascinating cars I found walking around a town that is known for being bigger than everything else, but where every car is fighting to stand out: New York, New York.
News that the legendary Chevrolet Chevelle nameplate may be making a comeback yesterday was mainly met with trepidation rather than optimism, even among the most hardcore GM faithful. As much as we all would like to see the Chevelle come back as a muscular coupe with a V8 — or maybe even that 420-horsepower V6 from…
I feel like General Motors has done a good job lately of introducing impressive new models like the 2014 Cadillac CTS while still paying homage to their past with cars like the Camaro Z/28 and the Corvette Stingray. Now there's evidence that another storied GM nameplate might make a comeback: the Chevrolet Chevelle.
Making vast, sweeping generalizations about wildly diverse groups of people is rarely a good idea, but I'm going to do it anyway: gearheads are good people. Sure, car people can be clickish, argumentative, stubborn, and pedantic, but every time we've reported on or put a call out to our readers to help someone in need…
Salt Lake City police told KSL TV they may have averted tragedy when they apprehended a wanted man driving a stolen muscle car packed with firearms. But the car — a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS — was trashed in the chase. Sounds like a tragedy to me.
A fire at a box and supply store in Ohio last night quickly spread to a car collision repair shop next door that also stores vintage automobiles. Firefighters and workers at the garage rushed to save the cars from the intense fire.
So the "mystery" concept car we broke the news on earlier this morning — the one we'll be seeing from General Motors at next week's Detroit Auto Show — will definitely be sportin' a bowtie.
So we know that GM has some kind of a "surprise" concept they're bringing to next week's Detroit Auto Show. We're pretty sure it's a Chevrolet. But what else can we guess?
In 1965 popular television was full of secret agents, guys wearing cowboy hats and friendly witches—so it makes sense that is who Chevrolet chose to introduce their new cars that year.
It hasn't been a good week for Ndamukong Suh. Less than a week after the NFL suspended the Detroit Lions defensive tackle for two games after stomping a Green Bay Packer with his foot, Suh crashed his 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle early Saturday morning.
As part of their 100 year celebration Chevrolet set up a weird bracket style voting system in an attempt to pick the best car the company ever produced. After 124,368 votes were cast the 1969 Camaro came out victorious. Second place went to the 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS.
It is easy to mistake this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu for a nicely restored stock car. Unless you happen to notice the unique "white wall tires" mounted on the stock 15x7 wheels, there is nothing to suggest this car is any different from the average cruise night Chevelle. That is of course until you get a look…
An early morning wake up to the news your garage is on fire is every car collector's worst nightmare. That is precisely what happened to Indar Bhan of Eugene, Oregon.
The cars we consider cool usually didn't leave the factory with two sets of doors. Today let's look at the cars that did but are still, at least to us, undeniably cool. What is the coolest four door car ever made?
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Repo Man made the Chevy Malibu a cult favorite, so here's our second example in as many months.