1953 Chevrolet sedan.
1956 Chevy Two-Ten will make another trek to Iola from Washington this summer.
Jerry Barding is dead serious when he insists he was only planning to spruce up his 1963 Corvette "Split-Window" coupe with a little fresh paint. That plan changed quickly.
Even Bob Thorpen can’t pinpoint why, but the ’65 Impala SS has stuck with him while many other Chevrolets have come and gone.
The 1964 Chevrolet Impala two-door hardtop that sold at the Lambrecht Chevrolet auction last September in Pierce, Neb., was actually the buyer’s second choice.
The last of the "Great 8" Corvettes has been pulled from the depths of the 40 foot wide by 60 foot deep sinkhole that collapsed within the Skydome building of the National Corvette Museum exactly eight weeks ago.
Ron Acker figured he had it right the first time. As a college student back in 1967, he took delivery of a shiny new 1967 Chevrolet Corvette coupe from a Madison, Wis., Chevrolet dealer.
On Feb. 12, a sinkhole collapsed within the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky, taking eight prized Corvettes with it. Five were recovered in varying conditions by mid-March. Then, the construction team began the tedious process of removing dirt from the sinkhole in hopes of recovering the three missing Corvettes, and to unearth the...
The recovery of the three most accessible Corvettes in the sinkhole – the 2009 "Blue Devil" ZR1, a 1993 40th Anniversary Ruby Red Corvette and a 1962 Black Corvette – was successful.
Chevrolet will oversee restoration of the Corvettes damaged in a sinkhole at the Corvette National Museum this week.