The eighth generation of the Corvette, which debuted in 2020, marked a galactic shift for America's favorite sports car. The Corvette was going upmarket and locking horns with Europe's best from now on. This 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 1LT Coupe is a perfect embodiment of why you should buy an eighth generation 'Vette, even if you've got a passing aspiration to own one. This car has everything from the new mid-engined design to its supercar-inspired looks and of course, the luxurious cabin. All, plus a large V8 behind the passenger cabin. With just 11,300 miles on the odometer, it's got a lifetime ahead of it.
To all extents and purposes, Chevrolet's dominance in the North American sports car market and thus its moniker of America's Sports Car is due to the Chevrolet Corvette. But the Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport carried the fight in the muscle car scene. Introduced in 1964, the Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport was an instant hit among younger buyers. The Chevelle SS became synonymous with overpowered muscle cars. A rare chance is at hand with this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle convertible restomod with just 700 miles since the restoration.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an iconic car that has constantly reinvented itself during the past many decades of its existence. This piece of American automotive heritage has retained its many fans for continuing to be a true-blooded sports car that delivers performance and thrill to driving enthusiasts. This 2013 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport takes things even further with extensive enhancements to its engine, boosting performance. With only 9,000 miles on the clock, this 2013 vehicle is ready to rip through any road or track it may be on. It's the ultimate performance machine.
Arguably, Chevrolet's most popular car is the Chevrolet Corvette which spans more than 60 years of production and eight generations of speed and power. The Corvette has since become widely known and accepted as "America's Sports Car." The eighth generation of the Corvette was introduced in 2020. It is also the first to brandish the Corvette Stingray name since 1976. Every year since 2020, the Corvette has made improvements and updates. Up for the taking is a brand new 2023 Chevrolet Corvette in the convertible body style, with a negligible 36 miles on the odometer.
Chevrolet's Corvette can be considered the definitive American sports car, as it kickstarted a revolution when the nameplate debuted in 1953. While each generation of the Corvette brought new technological and performance improvements, the bar was consistently raised. That's why this 1987 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is likely to be highly desirable for some, and with 74,067 miles on the clock, a very lightly run example for its age. If you've been lusting after a white drop-top 'Vette, here's your chance to grab one.
The Chevy Chevelle, as it's popularly known, was the Bowtie brand's mid-sizer from 1964 to 1978. It was offered in a dizzying array of body styles, including two- and four-door sedans, coupes, convertibles, station wagons, and coupe utility. The Malibu tag denoted the top-tier trim level, which is what this 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu is all about. With just 38,000 miles on the odometer, it's received some refreshments to boot.
Chevrolet's evergreen Corvette is an American automotive institution. It proved that American automakers could make a sports car that was right up there with the world's best and for a relatively wallet-friendly price. Every generation of Corvette was better than the last and brought something unique to the table. Take this 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible as a perfect example of a gorgeous, drop-top fifth-generation model. It's a great addition to any petrolhead's garage, and with 71,000 miles done since it left the factory gates, it's got plenty of life left.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an iconic piece of American automotive history and is a car that still remains relevant and highly desirable among enthusiasts of American sports cars. The Corvette is one of the most iconic sports cars in the world today and has stood the test of time, evolving and changing with every year and generation. This 2023 model is barely driven, with only 9 miles reported on the clock, and the Z51 performance package's components make it the ultimate performance machine. With plenty of modern amenities and luxuries, this is a car that shouldn't be overlooked.
The Bel Air is a full-sized sedan meant to be the opposite of discreet. It was made for people who despised being discreet, it was made for people who loved to be noticed, for people who smoked only Cuban cigars and drank tea with their pinkies sticking out. The Bel Air was prestigious, and the fact that it went on to be considered one of the most iconic cars of the 1950s speaks for its homage. One might find it hard that this specific second-generation Bel Air is nearly seventy years old, and that is probably because it reportedly had an entire body-off restoration in 2022. As of now, we're glad to announce that this beauty is up for sale.
The Chevrolet Corvette is one of those iconic cars where every generation is special. There wasn't really a duff one to speak of, even during the height of the Malaise era in the Seventies and Eighties. Case in point, this 1978 Chevrolet Corvette that's from peak Malaise. Even then, it looks cool and sounds good and will have someone lusting after it. Is that someone you? If so, this car is up for sale with us right now, and it's got just 51,000 miles on the odometer. What are you waiting for?
For the eighth generation, Chevrolet pleasantly surprised the Corvette's loyal following and ardent fan base. For the first time in the nameplate's history, it would take on a mid-engined ethos and chase Europe's best sports cars, plus trade blows with entry-level supercars. The C8 debuted in 2020 in all its mid-engined glory and has been widely hailed as the best Corvette ever built to date. Itching to skip the production queues and get your mitts on a factory-fresh 2023 'Vette? This 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 3LZ Coupe with just 15 miles on the clock is just what the doctor ordered.
Chevrolet's Chevelle is an iconic mid-sizer that saw life between 1964 and 1977. Produced across three generations, this second-generation 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Restomod is not quite as stock as you'd expect. We see it's undergone a tasteful resto-modding process that retains its signature Sixties and Seventies styling cues, melded with modern conveniences. That's not all; it's also received a comprehensive overhaul of the mechanicals. Read on to find out why you should seriously consider it.
Debuting in 1953, the Corvette forever cemented Chevrolet as the maker of America's signature sports car. While the eighth generation is something to behold with its mid-engined layout and exotic looks, every single generation before that also carries something special. For example, this 1960 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is special because it comes from the first generation that spawned it all. Why not buy this lovely example that's said to have undergone a partial restoration in 2019 and bears less than 2,000 miles since. At the time, the odometer is said to have read 91,368 before being reset as the car received a new lease of life.
The marketplace for trucks is crowded, and while the essence of an American truck has been lost over time, this 1989 Chevrolet K2500 Silverado we have today throws it back to the good old days of performance powerhouses. With a reported 128,500 miles on the clock, this classic American beauty is practical classic car ownership done right.
Limited edition cars can be fun collector items, but often manufacturers introduce them to spruce up an aging marque. The car we have today, however, is a different story. Present today in all its glory is a legendary 2008 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 427 limited edition. With 505 examples made and each example signed off by Chevrolet Corvette's legendary plant manager Will Cookley, this is car number 105. What's better is this car has just 16,500 original miles reported by the current owner.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an iconic piece of American automotive history and is a car that remains relevant and highly desirable among enthusiasts of American sports cars. The Corvette is one of the most iconic sports cars in the world today and has stood the test of time, evolving and changing with every year and generation. This modern example is a 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible Z51 that comes with the 2LT equipment group, taking a great sports car to even greater heights in performance options. With only 12,365 miles reported on the clock, this ceramic-coated specimen, according to the current owner, is ready to be enjoyed after being welcomed into a new home.
The Camaro is an iconic piece of American automobile history. It's one of the cars that brought sports car performance to the everyman, making great power and driving pleasure affordable. This 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 coupe comes from a lineage of rich automotive culture that has stood the test of time, lasting decades until the modern day. Although modern Camaros are some of the most powerful automobiles on American roads today, there is still a lot of appeal to the classic Camaros of the past, prized among motoring enthusiasts because of their great design, performance, engineering, and nostalgia. This Camaro is a Z28 variant with very few changes to its original condition and is garage-kept and well-maintained. It has everything you would want from a car of its caliber. With 66,490 miles on the clock, it's a car with plenty of life left in its tank.
One of the most iconic sports cars in the world today, the Chevrolet Corvette has stood the test of time, constantly evolving with each generation while still staying true to its automotive heritage. One of the greatest works of the American automotive industry, this particular 1973 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray coupe is now reaching half a century in age. current owner reports transmission and parts overhauled at the same time new engine was installed Current owner reports mileage at the time of rebuild was 109,200,But the original engine block is included in the sale. This Corvette has a legacy to its name, with the current owner reporting it to have service records dating back to September 1992, being a car that was bought brand new and has been in the hands of its original owner for so long. This car has been part of the family, but now it has the chance to explore a new road and family with that as well. Will you be the one to take her home?
The iconic Chevrolet Corvette sports car is a true masterpiece of automotive engineering, which is also a testament to the enduring popularity and timeless appeal of the legendary Muscle car. From starring roles in blockbuster hits like "Transformers" and "Gone in 60 Seconds," to cameos in various other productions, this renowned sports car has also left its mark on the silver screen. On that account, what we welcomed to our inventory is this Restomod version of the 2004 Chevrolet Corvette C5 Coupe that belongs to the final year of the fifth generation Corvette. Its virtually pristine odometer reads just 19,220 miles. This 'Vette has undergone extensive renovations in a number of ways, and the work was completed in 2020. Read on to explore more about what this C5 Restomod holds in store for you.
Chevrolet's Corvette is an American icon. Created in 1953, it's become the poster car for many, loved by millions. It's gained a cult following in North America and worldwide. Eight generations of Corvette have been produced to date. This 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe Restomod hails from the third generation and features some tasteful modifications to help it stand out. It's received a comprehensive frame-off restoration, as reported by the current owner.
What we have here is a true blast from the past that's sure to bring back some fond memories for those who were around during its heyday. For starters, it was the official pace car of the International Race of Champions (IROC) series in 1989. Not only did it lead the pack on the track, but it also dominated the streets with its unmistakable look and aggressive stance. The IROC-Z was the ultimate "cool kid" on the block, the one that everyone wanted to be seen in. Now it's your chance to get your hands on one of these iconic cars with this 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z in our inventory. It holds 46,000 miles on its odometer and had its services done recently. This is the perfect car for those who like to flaunt their love for classics while driving a ride that boasts a special place in history.
You really can't go wrong with good old American muscle. The iconic sports car that brought great performance to the everyman, the Chevrolet Camaro is still a car that is heavily prized among motoring enthusiasts today, whether they be the vehicles of yesteryear or the more modern iterations. This particular vehicle is a 1987 Chevrolet Camaro. Released in what is arguably the golden age for American muscle cars, featuring powerful engines and, for the Camaro, nimble performance, the vehicle was an instant hit. The lroc models featured an upgraded suspension, lowered ride height, and plenty more upgrades to the base Camaro, making this vehicle an even more formidable performance machine. The current owner reports this IROC-Z model clocking 5,700 original miles, making this a pristinely preserved beauty, ready to be yours should you desire it.
One of the most iconic sports cars in the world today, the Chevrolet Corvette has stood the test of time, constantly evolving with each generation while still staying true to its automotive heritage. One of the greatest works of the American automotive industry, this particular 1980 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe has undergone a few transformations and enhancements in its time. With 66,000 miles on the clock and still going stronger than ever, this Corvette is ready to rock your world if you claim ownership.
Have you ever watched a movie sequel and felt content that it lived up to the original while staying unique? The automotive world has also seen a host of "Sequels" of legendary cars, some work, and some don't. The 90s Impala SS is a car that lived up to its legendary Super sport badge and showed the world how the SS would look in the 90s with tech and is less subtle. With prices for this 90s legend on the rise, it's time you drove off in this lovely 1994 Chevrolet Impala SS we have today.
An iconic work of American muscle. It's one of the cars that brought sports car performance to the everyman, making great power and driving pleasure affordable. This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 comes from a lineage of rich automotive culture that has stood the test of time, lasting decades until the modern day. But even the classic Camaros still are prized among motoring enthusiasts today because of their great design, performance, engineering, and of course, nostalgia. This Camaro is a Z28 and has many updated creature comforts reported by the current owner, including power steering, disk brakes, functioning A/C and heat, LED lights, and more. With only 9,000 miles on the clock of this monster and the current owner reporting the car to be fully tubbed, why wouldn't you want to take this beast for your own?
The fifth generation Corvette ran from 1996 to 2004 and is fondly remembered as the last of the pop-up headlamp generation for America's favorite sports car. It's a final hurrah that's made all the more tastier by the performance-oriented Z06 package. This is why you should snap up this 2003 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 without delay, as you'll not often find a nearly two-decade-old car with just 52,000 miles on the clock. The current owner reports that it's been regularly serviced too.
The spotlight for 60s American automotive icons is constantly stolen by the likes of the legendary Ford Mustang, but what if you prefer a refined drive feel that's more laid back? This 1964 Chevrolet Impala 327 with a reported 132,000 miles we have today is an underappreciated 60s icon and is looking for a new owner to cruise with.
This 1949 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup LS3 Restomod is a member of the Chevrolet Advance Design Series of light-duty pickup trucks. Introduced after World War 2, the series debuted in 1947 and ran for eight years. As well as two-door pickup trucks, you could also have two-door panel trucks or station wagons if you choose. Three carrying capacities were on offer; the 3100 was the ½ ton offering, the 3600 could take ¾ ton, and the 3800 topped out at one ton. The series has found great acclaim with the purist, as well as restomod communities; this particular example is firmly for the latter.
1953 would be a landmark year for Chevrolet and the American automotive industry, as the Chevrolet Corvette was born. Since then, the Corvette has been America's ambassador of a home-grown sports car that can take on the world's best. Every generation has seen improvements and enhancements. You won't find anyone who really doesn't like a Corvette; what you will find are countless numbers of people who aspire to own one at some point in their lives. We are there to facilitate that dream, with cars up for sale, such as this 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe with 95,000 miles on the clock and hailing from the sixth or C6 generation.
Chevrolet's C3 or third-generation Corvette had been around for ten years by the time 1978 rolled around to mark 25 years of America's sweetheart sports car. This called for some special treatment, and instead of doing a limited edition as would be customary, all 1978 Corvettes featured Silver Anniversary emblems. Only 46,766 were produced that year, making the Silver Anniversary 'Vette something of a collector's dream, especially low-mileage examples like this 1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver Anniversary, which bears just over 45,000 miles on its odometer. Read on to find out why this car is not just a piece of American automotive history but a future classic and shrewd investment as a result.
If you've done even the slightest bit of homework about Chevy, you'd already know that the Chevelle is one of their greatest nameplates. Designed from 1963 through 77', the mid-sized car was relatively simple and elegant, but that all changed with the introduction of the SS. Short for 'Super Sport,' the Chevelle SS models were taking over the muscle car scene, and one of the most iconic Chevelles to be made is the 1970s redesigned model such as the one in the discussion. This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Pro Touring is a resto-mod that's been brought back to service and is looking for a new owner.
Chevrolet created the Chevelle to compete in the mid-size market segment, particularly against the Ford Fairlane. The Chevelle was produced as a versatile range that included sedans, coupes, convertibles, and station wagons. The top trim was denoted by the Malibu tag, which became a standalone model after 1972. This 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Convertible that we've got on sale is a pristine example and can be yours for the taking. It's a comfortable cruiser and head-turner that can be your ideal analog tool for the weekly digital detox.
Arguably the King of American sports cars, there's very little not to love about the Chevrolet Corvette. For decades since the first generation 'Vette was unveiled, it has been a vehicle that continues to remain relevant and beloved by American sports car enthusiasts. This particular 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible ZZ430 comes from an era that defined the iconic sports car. Fully restored and with some modern comforts added, this restomod is reported to have only 3,300 miles on the clock and is ready to turn heads whether it may be on the highway, the backroads, or simply pulling up to a traffic stop.
Chevrolet's first-generation Corvette debuted in 1953 as America's Sports Car, and since then, Corvettes have won the hearts of the public. You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn't know what a Corvette is. While the first generation set the trend, the second set a template. Pop-up headlamps were introduced, which would continue until the sixth generation axed them. The iconic Sting Ray tag would debut on the C2 as well. That's why well-kept examples such as this 1966 Chevrolet Corvette are hot property for collectors and enthusiasts. The current owner reports that the car's undergone a full restoration, and comes with matching numbers.
Before the C2 came out, Chevy had been playing with concepts that would ultimately be the inspiration for its creation, and engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov became obsessed with the project. Many of the C2’s capabilities can be traced back to his passion for building an impeccable chassis. When the C2 was released in 1963, the car was considered the perfect balance of engineering, design, and functionality, making it a true honor to drive. This specific 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible has undergone a complete restoration and, right now, is one of few to be in such good reported condition. It has just over 700 miles on it since it was brought back to life, and it is currently seeking a passionate owner.
The first generation Camaro was introduced in the fall of 1966 to respond to the rising Pony Car icon at the time, Ford's Mustang. The Camaro, however, was much more than just a Mustang rival; it swiftly earned the trust of sports car owners seeking the best value for their money. Right out the gate, the Camaro, encased with a timeless body frame, was destined to become a pure classic. Chevrolet offered three main trim packages with their first Camaro. Namely the RS, the SS, and the Z/28. Displayed here is a sublime example of a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro R/S Convertible with a tempting engine upgrade. That's not all. Its current owner reported a variety of other modifications that sum this Camaro R/S up into a beastly track car!
Just a few decades after Chevrolet's founding in 1911, they introduced the Chevrolet Series AE Independence or simply the Chevrolet Independence in 1931. This model was only sold for that year and was the successor to the outgoing AD Universal Series. With many classic cars of the era, there came a time when you are at a crossroads on whether to restore the car or make it a hotrod. This 1931 Chevrolet Independence took the second option, by being turned into a hotrod by Haar Hotrods in 1975. Currently, the car features more modern upgrades to it. This 1931 Chevrolet Independence comes with just 5,400 miles on the new blueprint V8.
The word "practicality" is hardly heard in the muscle car world, that is, unless you drive an El Camino. Built to be a practical way of getting about and experiencing what a muscle car has to offer, this legendary car-truck combo from Chevrolet sparked a segment in the automotive scene and is bound to turn heads to this day as one drives by. Always wanted to get a piece of practical muscle car ownership? This 1977 Chevrolet El Camino, with a reported 166,389 miles on the clock, is one neat restoration project that runs well and is ready to liven up your weekends.
Chevrolet couldn’t allow Ford to have all the fun in the pony car space! They released the Camaro in 1966, and this popular nameplate ran all the way to 2002, before a seven-year hiatus, and resumption of production. Six generations of Camaro exist, and the first generation is particularly desirable. That’s why this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro which has undergone a frame-off restoration is a particularly valuable car, and will remain so for years to come. With just 1,800 miles off the restoration, can you take it on, look after it, and enjoy it the way it’s meant to be?
Chevrolet’s legendary series of C/K trucks provided yeoman service to many from 1960 to 2002, before the Silverado and Kodiak nameplates took over the task. Over time, these workmanlike trucks have gained a cult following in the classic, as well as restomod community, as they are a great platform to build upon. This 1967 Chevrolet C10 Restomod is one such example of a second-generation C/K series that’s seen such treatment, and bears just 200 miles since its comprehensive makeover. If you’ve found your next ride in it, give us a call but be quick, as these kinds of vehicle don’t stick around for long.
The 24-hour Le Mans is a motorsport mania that is loved by auto enthusiasts around the world. The Chevrolet Corvette has a successful racing pedigree under its belt, notably at the Le Mans track. Their C7.R racecars have been carrying the torch at this track since their introduction in 2014. Corvette Racing partner Pratt & Miller in lockstep with Chevrolet’s engineering squad built this stunning machine that secured many victories at Le Mans. Chevy didn’t forget to pay homage to this icon with a track-capable road going version, the 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition. Only 500 units were made, and we are thrilled to share this rare example of the C7.R edition, which is suited with the 3LZ equipment group. It hides a surprise under the hood too!
During the Great Depression, as well as World War II, automakers were facing severe issues and shortages. This led to many going on hiatus in the critical years. That’s why you’ll find that Plymouth’s De Luxe range, initially introduced in 1933 would see production ceased from 1942 to 1946. Of course, they updated the design, as well as certain mechanical aspects when production resumed. This 1948 Plymouth De Luxe Station Wagon Woody is from that second window of production, and reflects a time when the war was over, and people were full of hope for a better future. With just 91 miles since a full restoration, it’s a great classic to add to your collection, and drive on weekends for all to enjoy.
Stellar looks, V8 heart, vintage, and plenty of muscle power. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Tribute makes all American car fans fall in love at first blush. As the first generation Camaro, the 1969 model year marked Chevrolets’ attempt to enter the promising Pony car market. Let’s just say Chevy didn’t regret this attempt, as the first gen Camaro is considered one of the best looking Chevrolets of their lineup. Let’s go over the details of this stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Tribute to find out what this sporty beast has to offer. You certainly will be thrilled to find out what the power unit of this Camaro is capable of doing. It’s waiting for your call in Massachusetts, and let us explain why you should take your chance on it.
The reason for the massive growth for classic American trucks can be chalked down to a few suspects, one of them is none other than the legendary first generation Chevrolet C/K trucks. Looking to get your hands on one? This 1963 Chevrolet C10 Custom we have today can be your foray into the world of classic trucks and practical classic ownership.
Chevrolets legendary Bel Air nameplate ran from 1950 to 1975 across seven generations, spanning the full size, as well as muscle car segments. The fourth generation, which this car hails from could be had as a two or four door sedan, or two or four door hardtop. But did you know that you could also have them in a “Delivery” body style? That’s what this Impala-trim 1960 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery offers. A quirky and unconventional ride, it’s got just 7,600 miles and comes with a host of enhancements. Why should you consider it? Read on.
A pretty interesting vehicle segment is the coupe utility. When Chevrolet introduced the El Camino in 1959, it was peculiar as Chevy adapted their two-door station wagon into a cab and cargo bed into the body. Safe to say Chevrolet's gamble paid off, as evident with the El Caminos production run lasting till 1987 and five generations under its belt. The El Camino's eloquent amalgamation of practicality and luxury made it so popular. The fifth-generation El Camino was produced from 1978 to 1987 and had a new design compared to the previous generations. This 1980 Chevrolet El Camino Restomod, with just 500 miles on the build, is up for grabs, and some tasty upgrades are also thrown in.
The Camaro and the Mustang. A story of two muscle cars from GM and Ford nuking it out for over fifty years. Other muscle car contenders have come, gone, and re-emerged but these two have stayed at it to this day. This second generation 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is one of those historic machines, and it’s got a few upgrades under its belt too. With 24,000 miles showing, it’s quite lightly run as well. The factory build sheet is included in the sale.
The Chevrolet C10 was an iconic pickup truck, and a vehicle that continues to be desired by many for its historical value as well as being a very handsome classic vehicle that’s also practical. As such, those who are truly dedicated have made an effort to preserve and retain these vehicles, and some also deciding to make a few personalized changes. This particular 1979 Chevrolet C10 Short bed pickup truck is the same, having undergone a rebuilt as well as a number of cosmetic and performance upgrades. Yet its classical look remains, and with only 1,000 miles reported on the vehicle since its rebuild, and the complete build sheet available for inspecting, this truck definitely is worth considering taking home.
Chevrolet is a name that has been a massive part of the American automotive heritage and continues to be so, and this was solidified during the 1960s. From a blast of the past, this 1966 Chevrolet C10 is a great example of iconic Chevrolet design and what made it gain such an appeal in the hearts of the American people. Still in great condition, and maintained by the owner, with a few upgrades, this particular C10 pickup truck remains perfectly ready for any challenge that may be thrown its way. Decades old, it’s clear that this truck isn’t ready for retirement, and you can give it a chance to stay alive and work with you for your needs.
Chevrolet’s halo vehicle, the Corvette started its journey in 1953. By 1963, the second generation debuted, bringing with it the iconic pop-up headlamps, Stingray tag, and the long nose with short tail styling language. This 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is an interesting find, as it’s in great condition but packs upgrades beneath the hood. Having undergone a comprehensive restoration six years ago, it’s got just 500 miles since then. It reportedly received a new soft top fifteen years ago, the original hard top is included in the sale, albeit unrestored.
Bel Air is a name that has a lot of ties with sophistication and luxury, and the same can be said of this iconic Chevrolet Bel Air, a car that is highly sought after. This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air may well fall under that category, which in fact comes with a reported full restoration and redesign for those who want to keep things timeless, but fresh. As such, this particular Bel Air is a desirable vehicle for those who want to ride with power, but also in style, and keep classic designs alive for the future. With nearly 2,000 miles reported on this vehicle post-restoration, and the fact that the current seller reportedly purchased it from the original owner, this car would be a waste not to take home.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an iconic piece of American heritage and design. It’s a car that has stayed relevant and desirable throughout the decades, and is a beautiful car for the enthusiast. This 2005 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe is all that, and more, with character. No funky electronics to get in the way, it’s all about you, the engine, and the road in front of you. Although it has 24,000 miles on the clock and a few years to its name, this 2005 is still going strong. The seller reports a recent alignment work as well as oil change conducted for maintenance and repairs, but that’s about it. This is a car ready for you to welcome home and take on the road.
This is not just another C4 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1, but a very special reported one-off that was created for the Ronald McDonald charity. A one-off example of America’s sweetheart sports car created for a worthy cause is certain to be highly desirable, and this 1994 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 Ronald McDonald Charity is said to have been owned by GM in Michigan, who put 7,000 miles on it before being sold to the current owner, and to date, bears only 30,000 miles on the odometer. It’s also said to be the only Corvette of this era that the factory made in this interior and exterior color combo, and comes with the original window sticker, EPA exemption from GM and full documentation. If that isn’t enough, there’s also a feature calendar, as well as a magazine with feature about this car thrown in, for added provenance.
America’s Sports Car, the Chevrolet Corvette has been in production since 1953 with the introduction of the C1. The Corvette is a 2-door sports car that’s been offered as a convertible, coupe and targa over the generations. It is currently on its eighth generation, known as the C8, which commenced production in 2020. Up for grabs is a 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 3LT Z51 convertible model with just 11,855 miles on the clock and ready for a new home.
The Corvette marque has grown over the years but the formula remains the same. Good old American horsepower, good build quality, and affordable sports car ownership. The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Stingray Z51 3LT we have today perfectly represents these values. With just 1,050 miles reported on the clock this American hero is waiting to be enjoyed, be it on the track or as a way to spice up your daily commute.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an iconic name in the automotive world, and its heritage continues with the latest version that was released in 2020. With the all new mid-engine, aggressive design with powerful new aerodynamics in play, this Corvette Stingray Coupe comes with great functionality and technology that is expected of a modern car, including tools such as keyless entry and blind spot alerts for both sides. Even so, this Corvette remains true to its heritage, and is still raw, and a sheer thrill to drive. Reportedly having only 2,000 miles on the clock, this Corvette is a no brainer purchase for any fan of American sports cars.
The Chevrolet Corvette is a staple of performance-car culture, with a history dating back to the 1950s. For the 2022 model year, Chevrolet Corvette rolls into view as the third model year of the eighth-generation Corvette, dubbed as the Corvette C8. The burly V8 engine is housed behind the passenger compartment rather than the usual spot beneath the front hood, which is one of the C8's most notable features. This is a sublime example of the 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 3LT which boast the Z51 performance package. Located in Pennsylvania, it is practically brand new with just 15 miles on its clock. This Corvette would be a great track day car and is also comfortable enough to driven as a daily driver. Grab this lovely ride in showroom condition while you can.
The market for vintage trucks has seen a steady rise over the years. There are many ways one can go about restoring a vintage truck. Some prefer taking the factory standard path; some choose to go all out and modify their trucks to suit modern tastes. Some even leave it like they were in all its patina and glory. While a vintage truck restomod sounds nice, it's easy to get carried away with the number of options available. Too many modifications may lose the character and essence of a vintage truck. At the same time, too few upgraded don't make any difference to the vehicle and don't match. However, this 1957 Chevrolet Pickup Restomod we have today is the perfect balance of maintaining the truck's original design features and some sweet modifications to keep you company on a drive out.
Chevrolet’s second-generation Camaro had a tough task, living up to the success of the first-generation. Produced between 1970 to 1981, it had a long model run, and was a totally redesigned car. With classic Camaros and muscle cars in general becoming increasingly sought after, this 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a good chance to get in on the Camaro action. It’s mileage is unknown, but don’t let that put you off, as it’s a lovely Z28 variant with a crate motor that should offer much more power than was stock in emissions-regulated 1979.
With the fourth-generation Corvette looking long-in-the-tooth for the Nineties, work began on a total redesign, resulting in the fifth-generation C5 Corvette debuting for the 1997 model year. Sporting a seven-year production run, the C5 was the last of the pop-up headlamp era, and thus highly desirable among Corvettes, which is no tough task, given that everyone wants a bit of America’s sweetheart sports car at some point in their life. This 1998 Chevrolet Corvette has just 23,000 original miles, making it an absolute minter. It’s said to be a nicely maintained two-owner car as well.
When Ford stunned the world by releasing a landmark model called the Mustang that created a whole new segment, General Motors knew they had to act fast. Their response was the Camaro, created to directly compete head-to-head with the Mustang. Fast forward to 2022 and this rivalry is still going strong, with both nameplates having strong followings. You’re either a Mustang person or a Camaro person, although it is possible to be both, and there are people who have one of each in their garage. If your life needs a classic Camaro in it, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Edition is an excellent candidate. Whilst the exact mileage on this New Jersey-based car is unknown, the seller reports that he has put on around 3,000 miles during his ownership.
Winning a race series is quite a challenging task regardless of how large and powerful a manufacturer is. You are against the best of the best, with it all coming down to the best-engineered car. 2020 was a good year for Chevrolet as they had dominated the IMSA GTLM championship. To celebrate this success, Chevrolet introduced the C8.R editions, a road-going version of their GTLM car. You got all the excellent race bits and enhanced looks; the result was the C8R edition Corvette being sold out. With just 1,000 examples being made, this car is a future classic. Here's your chance to own number 38 of 1,000 cars made. With just 1,850 miles on the clock, this 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe 3LT C8.R Edition sits well on any collector's polished floors or at a racetrack going sideways.
The Corvette represents Chevrolet’s finest moment, in creating their pinnacle sports car way back in 1953. Fast forward to 2020, and the eighth generation of the model is generating strong sales, having undergone an evolution in the shape of a mid-mounted engine. Corvettes are universally loved, and appreciated. Some people love them in stock form, some modify them in degrees ranging from mild to wild, and there’s the restomod community. This 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Restomod is one such example. Coming from New York with just 11,555 miles, and is a complete, body-off restomod with OEM-correct numbered parts. Read on to find out why it deserves a place on your driveway or in your car port.
Chevrolet’s Delray nameplate was inspired by the Delray neighborhood in Detroit, Michigan, as an optional trim level on their 210 model. In 1958, the Delray would become a stand-alone model as the entry-level car in the Chevrolet line-up, which consisted of full-size cars only at the time. Whilst it ran for only one model year, that means the Delray is quite rare now, making this 1958 Chevrolet Delray Sedan Delivery quite desirable, as well as a savvy investment for the future. The car received a comprehensive restoration, of which photos are available.
Prices for vintage trucks have been steadily rising lately, be it a custom truck or an all-original example. With Fifties American trucks being a big reason for the surge in prices, it's become increasingly hard to find one that's done right. Engine swaps and custom upgrades are the sole reason for the decline in original trucks as these trucks are hot property in the custom and hot rod world. With their appreciating values, it's time you drove off in this 1954 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton Pickup. Located in Arizona and with a reported 125,000 miles on the clock, this surely is a practical classic that sits pretty in any driveway.
In 1953, Chevrolet introduced their swansong performance and luxury two-seater. Named after the Corvette class of small and agile warships, this American sweetheart is still going strong in 2022, and on the eighth generation. It’s a poster car in many an American child’s bedroom or wallpaper on their smartphone. What we’ve got here is a 1973 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe from Pennsylvania with actual mileage unknown that needs some minor, thus making an ideal project car as well as a learning tool. It could be a great way to bond with your kids as well, teach them what the great cars from yesteryear are like.
The Chevy C/K series first made its introduction in the fall of 1959 for the 1960 model year, and continued all the way up to 2002. As the vehicle that would go on to replace the Task Force range, Chevy put some serious consideration into making the C/K series special and therefore decided to give it its own independent pickup chassis, something completely different from the usual GM A-body platform. But this wasn't enough, while the C/K was indeed designed for the working man, Chevrolet decided to give it many features that would otherwise be found on a car, making it more enjoyable even for daily use. The C/K was offered in two trims, the 'K' series, which represented 4x4 drive, and the conventional 'C' series like this 1963 Chevrolet C10 Short Bed Half-Ton Pick Up that comes from South Carolina with just 4,300 miles and is ready for its next owner.
“America’s Sports Car” the Chevrolet Corvette has been in production since 1953, and it is still considered as such to this day. With eight generations of awesomeness under its belt the Corvette has mesmerized and adorned many youngsters' bedrooms with a picture of a Corvette. A fun fact, the eight-generation Corvette shares less than 5% of parts from the previous generation, alluding to the effort and craftsmanship involved in the car's design. 2022 saw Chevrolet introduce the 2022 model year of the ‘Vette which we have one for sale, a 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 2LT convertible with just 160 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Constitution State, Connecticut.
The muscle car scene of the Sixties was iconic. But before all that the American automotive world featured chilled drives and land yachts boasting the best in terms of luxury and trim. During this time of crazy automotive design, one car stood out and still does to this day. With its symmetrical taillights and Fifties design the Chevrolet Impala was one for the history books and one of Chevrolet’s biggest sellers. Driving a Sixties Chevrolet Impala means you stand out no matter where you are. So, why not own this 1960 Chevrolet Impala we have today. Located in Indiana and with a reported 52,500 miles on the clock, this is your chance to experience 60’s American automotive greatness in all its glory. What's better is that this particular Chevrolet Impala is 1 of 47 equipped with a Lincoln Continental kit reported by owner making this one rare car.
Produced from 2004 to 2006 the Chevrolet SSR, a convertible pickup truck, never saw the sales figures Chevrolet intended for it. With only 24,150 SSRs sold, it makes the truck a highly sought-after collectible due to its scarcity and uniqueness. The SSR in the Chevrolet SSR stands for SuperSport Roadster, it was a truck that used a Corvette engine and had the styling of the ‘50s Chevrolet series of trucks. Up for grabs is a 2006 Chevrolet SSR with just 102,000 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Lone Star State, Texas.
When the eighth generation of the Corvette was introduced in 2020, it created a lot of buzz and anticipation, as an American sweetheart was undergoing a galactic shift for the first time since 1953. For seven generations, Corvettes had proudly sported their V8 engines ahead of the driver, now, the engine was being moved just behind the two seats in a mid-engined configuration. Chevrolet wanted to take the Corvette’s handling finesse to the next level. If you’re looking for a one of these mid-engined Corvettes that has the potential to well be a future classic, here’s a 2021 Chevrolet Corvette 2LT Z51 from Michigan for sale. It’s got just 18,000 miles on its wheels and represents a sound investment as well as a blast to drive.
Throughout Chevrolet's 110 years of automobile production, they have left an imprint that is hard to erase from the motoring world. Many an iconic vehicle has left Chevrolet's factory to be lauded as revolutionary and groundbreaking, and the brand itself is a part of American automobile history. And as such, the Chevrolet Nova, which was known as the Chevrolet Chevy II Nova from 1962 to 1968, is a wildly successful compact car from Chevrolet. The third generation of the Nova was offered in a souped up Rally Nova version with some substantial upgrades. What we have to offer is a 1972 Chevrolet Rally Nova 350 coupe with just 35 miles after the rebuild and modifications and available to be seen in West Virginia.
This rather unusual green-accented creation is a heavily customized 2013 Chevrolet 4500 Express. With extensive modifications, this lifted and undoubtedly unique off-roader/utility van features storage for two BMX bikes, custom-built Fox suspension with a significant lift, and a plethora of speakers (if the exterior wasn’t loud enough already)! With 104930 miles, this custom creation features two facing benches in addition to the rear forward-facing seats that sit atop yet more speakers, for that ultimate party experience.
Fifty years of the Corvette was marked in 2003, and as you'd expect, Chevrolet created a special edition to celebrate this milestone. The Corvette was in its fifth, or C5 generation, at the time, and the result was a run of cars, such as this 2003 Chevrolet Corvette Anniversary Edition Convertible that we've got for sale right now. With 50,800 miles on the odometer, this may well be a lower-mileage example that will only increase desirability. So, snap it up before it goes!
During the early 1950s, Chevrolet wanted to up the ante on mid-range vehicles. The Styleline Deluxe was getting a little old, and the flashy Bel Air was not attainable by everyone. The Chevrolet 210, or "two-ten," debuted in 1953. It was the perfect balance between luxury and style and wasn't as glamorous as the Bel Air. The car was well received, being the best-selling Chevy in 53 and 54. The 210 was offered in various models, such as the 1955 Chevrolet 210 2-Door edition you see here. Speaking of which, this example is currently up for sale, and with a lot of work done, you can bet that it pays tribute to its reputation.
An indisputable Fifties icon, the Chevy Bel Air continues to be revered by collectors. Representing Chevrolet's full-size offering at the time, it also dipped its toes into the muscle car scene. This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Restomod is a bit different, as it's got some tasteful modifications that don't detract from its period beauty. The current owner reports that a frame-off restoration was completed in 2022, and the list of things this car has received is, to put it mildly, extensive. Let's see what we've got here.
Since 1953, the Chevrolet Corvette has proudly carried America's sports car torch. With every generation, it's gotten faster, better, and more capable. The seventh generation, or C7 Corvette, is renowned as the last of the front-engined brigade, as 2020's C8 would see a shift to a mid-engined layout. Want to buy a fine American sports car that's a piece of future history? This 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 3ZR is your golden ticket, and with just 598 miles on the odometer, it's as new as you can possibly expect.
The Chevrolet C/K truck series dates back to the 1960s when General Motors decided to replace their Task Force series. Over four decades, the C/K series would be known as sturdy, dependable, and capable trucks and thereafter morphed into the Chevrolet Silverado. This 1962 Chevrolet C20 is an example that appears to have undergone a comprehensive restoration. We are told that it's done just 500 miles since then.
The Corvette has always been America's performance sweetheart; you can never go wrong driving off in a Corvette, thanks to massive manufacturer and aftermarket support. The C8 Corvette brought all this and more to the table regarding performance and looks. This 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 3LT Coupe, with a reported 3,100 miles on the clock, is a fine example of the new and improved Corvette marque. What's better? The owner reports a Z51 performance package to enable life in the fast lane.
Founded in 1911 and thereafter becoming a division of GM in 1918, Chevrolet, fondly known as Chevy, has been producing some of the most sought-after muscle and sports cars to date. When Chevrolet introduced the Chevrolet Camaro in 1966 for the 1967 model year as a direct contender to the Ford Mustang in the pony car segment, it took the North American motor world by storm. For the people who wanted a sportier and subjectively better-looking pony car, the Camaro was it. The Chevrolet Camaro has been produced from 1966 to date and is currently in its sixth generation. The iconic first-generation Camaro that made Chevrolet a household was built until 1969. Up for grabs is a magnificent 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with a host of upgrades and o miles on the odometer thanks to the new crate engine.
There's something about it that makes American muscle irresistible for the petrolhead in all of us. Although impractical in the modern day and a vehicle that might not be the best for the planet to drive daily, we still can't help but look back at the good old classics and appreciate them for what they are. This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS is an iconic sports car that brought great performance to the everyman and is still a car that is heavily prized among motoring enthusiasts today. This particular vehicle features a massive V8, nimble performance, with only 3,300 miles on the clock reported. It's an irresistible offer that should be considered.
Amongst the many generations of Corvettes produced since the 50s, the C3 Corvette stands out. The iconic design and trim choices made it a sales success, and it boasts a production run of 14 years. With excellent aftermarket support and a design that stands out to this day, driving off in this lovely 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe is a choice you won't regret. With a reported 44,500 miles on the clock, this new factory example is in excellent condition and looking for its new owner.
For the first three generations, Chevrolet saw it fit to keep its infamous sports car formula reasonably unchanged. Sure, new designs and facelifts were presented, but the Corvette was starting to get a little predictable. GM was well aware of the Corvette's potential and knew it was now or never for their star to take the spotlight. Enter the Corvette. The car was unlike any other; it had a completely new design and technology. It was built from new materials, all under a completely new team. It was quite literally the new definition of an American sports car. Sure, the Corvette has come a long way when you compare it to some of the later models, but if you want to be taken back to the time when the Corvette had cemented its legacy as an automotive legend, owning this C4 is a fine way of doing so.
Corvettes have always been a lovely way of blending performance and good financial sense, throw in the famous Z51 package, and you have an absolute cracker in your hands, much like this 2022 Chevrolet Corvette 1LT Z51 Coupe we have today. With a Z51 performance package at the ready and supercar looks, your weekend just got a whole lot more fun and exciting.
One of the most significant American-made automobiles that ever existed, the Chevrolet Impala's success has prevailed for decades, constantly reinventing itself to match the demands of the times. Although the latter versions are certainly far tamer in appearance, the Impalas of yesteryear are a completely different story, with bold styling that made a statement to all that would behold it. This 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS is the perfect example of this fact. A beautiful specimen that has survived many decades, the current owner reports the vehicle to read 29,000 miles originally, not in documentation. A blast from the past, this beautiful Impala is ready to be enjoyed and preserved for many more decades to come.
The seventh generation or C7 Corvette marked the last time a Corvette would string out its V8 ahead of the passenger cabin before the C8 moved it behind the two seats and went chasing entry-level supercars. Everyone wants a Corvette in their lives at some point, and that's why cars like this 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 3LT Z51 Coupe are highly desirable. Counting 60,000 miles since new, this example also bears the Z51 performance package for added thrills and a special surprise beneath the hood.
Chevrolet first introduced the Nova (also labeled as "Chevy II" and "Chevy II/Nova") as a compact and affordable car for daily use. They didn't expect it to evolve into a muscle car over the years. By the third generation, the Nova was a sporty, practical, and extensively restyled muscle car. The Chevrolet Nova's golden heyday ran from 1968 to 1974, and it was so successful that it was crowned America's favorite classic compact car. With this 1974 Chevrolet Nova Coupe, you have a fantastic opportunity to own one of America's beloved classics. The former owner of this Nova claimed that the motor had been rebuilt, but no accompanying documentation exists. It enjoys a few updates and needs minor repairs, but overall is in good working order.
A first-generation Chevrolet Camaro in the SS trim, such as this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS that we've got on sale, is not only a desirable car but a piece of American automotive history. Introduced in 1967, the Camaro was GM's answer to Ford's hit pony car, the Mustang, and the sister car to the Pontiac Firebird. Since then, the Firebird has fallen by the wayside, but the Mustang and Camaro continue to nuke it against each other. With a bit over 90,000 miles on the clock, this car has seen some tasteful resto-modding that lends it a distinctive look.
Chevrolet's Corvette is a definite American automotive hero, as almost everyone has aspired to own and drive one at some point in their lives. From posters on bedroom walls to the real thing in one's carport, the Corvette has a sense of universal desirability. Each generation brought something new, distinctive, and different to the marque. With this 1991 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe, we bring you a fine fourth-generation example with a relatively light 66,701 miles done since new. Two sets of keys are included in the sale.
In 2001, Chevrolet released another ace by the name of Corvette, giving the public a race-ready car that also offered daily-drive livability. The 2001 Chevrolet Corvette is unmatched if you're looking for bang for your buck, as the American brand has always put forward a competitive price against its rivals. We welcomed this outstanding example of the 2001 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe with just 78000 miles on its odometer. It has been painstakingly maintained in Connecticut, and now is your chance to bask in all of its splendor. This Corvette boasts a few upgraded goodies to help it perform at its best and carries an engine capable of tire shredding power at will.
The fourth generation Corvette was a big deal for Chevrolet's most beloved sports car, it was much more purposely designed, sported a completely new chassis, and the wickedly quick ZR-1 edition recorded the highest ever 24-hour-500 mile land speed in 1990. Apart from good looks and even better performance, the C4 was a significant milestone. This very special 1993 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe has just closed a chapter of its adventures with a little over 89,000 miles on the road and awaits a new owner to write the next.
With several legendary automotive names being axed off to make way for EV counterparts, one nameplate that would always stand the test of time, adapt, and move on would be the Chevrolet Corvette. America's favorite sports car has always been a way to get into a performance machine and experience what true automotive nirvana is like at a competitive price tag. Over the years, the Corvette marque has grown with the ever-changing automotive industry from muscle car royalty to the tech-savvy sports car of today. Representing the prestigious Corvette family today is this lovely 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 3LZ Convertible we have today. With a reported 13,010 miles on the clock, this low mileage example comes equipped with the best Chevrolet has to offer.
A truck that needs no introduction whatsoever is the Chevrolet Silverado 1500. A direct competitor with the likes of the Ford Raptor, it is on par if not better than the Raptor trucks. The Chevrolet Silverado is currently in its fourth generation with the latest generation produced from 2019 to the present. But if you're eyes are set on something even better, then Hennessey's magic touch on the Chevrolet Silverado is astounding as they transform it into the Goliath. With only 1 of 6 2021 Chevrolet Silverado Hennessey Goliath 650s ever made, this 2021 Chevrolet Silverado Hennessey Goliath 650 bears serial number 1 and has just 5,600 miles on the odometer.
The fourth generation or C4 Corvette came after the third generation had been on sale for twelve years and weathered the dreaded Malaise Era of the Seventies. Sporting a totally new design and a new chassis, the C4 debuted in 1984 and saw twelve years of service. Today, C4s are a fond reminder of Eighties automotive design, as well as some technological firsts for the nameplate.
The Chevelle was a hero on many fronts; it helped Chevrolet stay afloat during the muscle car years and was the only new nameplate launched during the mid-60s. Built on the A-body platform, the legendary Chevelle marque launched legends like the Chevrolet El-Camino, but most importantly, it gave the world the legendary Chevelle SS. Seeing an SS badge on a 60s Chevelle is not a challenging task due to the number of clones wanting a piece of the muscle car royalty. Up for sale and available in all its glory is reported to be an original Chevelle SS and comes in the form of this lovely 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle SS.
In the world of classic cars, the term "Patina" is often misunderstood, making finding the right mix of originality and functionality a rather tricky task. Usually, a car would look too good to regard as "patina" or look like one that might need some saving. The car we have today is a diamond in the rough, or rough diamond in this case. With a reported 74,124 miles on the clock, this 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is a survivor and yours to enjoy and treasure.
When Chevrolet introduced the successor to the sixth generation Corvette, it was a far departure from the previous generation in terms of design, power, and parts. Throughout the Corvette's history, speed with aerodynamics is the name of the game. With that in mind, Chevy created one of their most aerodynamic Corvettes to date. The seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette was produced from 2014 to 2019 and featured functional aerodynamic aids throughout the body. Up for grabs is a 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 3LZ sportscar with just 14,000 miles on the odometer.
As one of the most iconic nameplates of the 50s, the Bel Air was designed for clientele that wanted to feel special. The car was meant to stand out, be noticed, and remind everyone on the road that Chevrolet and their Bel Air drivers were a tier above everyone else. With the success of the debut model, the second-gen Bel Air, as featured here, was released in 1955, and along with a complete redesign, the ride itself was significantly improved. GM's "Hot One" was very well received and was the highlight of motor magazines around the world. This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible Restomod was completed in 2020 while maintaining its numbers and is currently up for sale.
Chances are, you haven’t heard much about the Chevrolet 150, and that’s because it was the automaker’s economy model from 1953 to 1957. Aimed primarily at fleet buyers, the 150 saw assembly in multiple plants across the USA and Ontario, Canada. A straightforward range of sedan, coupe, or wagon was offered, and by 1957, the Delray took over. As something primarily workmanlike, you can imagine that a Chevrolet 150 isn't all that common, which makes this 1957 Chevrolet 150 all the more interesting to an enthusiast. With just 74,750 miles on the clock, it’s not a tired high-miler either.
As an advocate for exotic cars, it is our goal to find awe-inspiring vehicles for you to snap up, no matter how big or small, recent, or vintage. Now, we proudly present to you this excellently restored 1958 Chevrolet Delray 2 Door Sedan 327. If the Delray moniker doesn’t ring a bell, that’s probably because it was far scanty than other Chevy models available at the time. It started life as a promising trim level from 1954-1957 and matured into its own model for its final year of 1958. It goes without saying that you stumbled upon a rare catch with this 1958 Chevrolet Delray 2 Door Sedan 327. According to the current owner, all documentation and receipts of the full restoration are available. Located in Florida, this old timer is prepared to take on the contemporary world with its modern additions.
Chevrolet has been in the motoring industry for well over 100 years right now. To compete against the Ford F-Series and the Dodge Ram Series, Chevrolet introduced the Chevrolet C/K series of trucks to the general market. The Chevrolet C/K series was produced from 1959 to 2002, with the fourth generation being the last of it and subsequently succeeded by the Chevrolet Silverado. The fourth generation Chevrolet C/K series is called the OBS or Old Body Style. A performance-oriented variant was built from 1990-1993, called the 454 SS. Up for grabs is one of 16,953 1991 Chevrolet GMT-400 454 SS in excellent condition and with just 49,678 miles on the odometer.
Chevrolet’s Chevelle nameplate appeared on the automaker’s A-body platform in 1963, and ran for fourteen years across three generations. Challenging competitors in the mid-size segment, the Chevelle was offered in a diverse array of body styles, including two and four door sedans, hardtops, and station wagons, two door coupes and convertibles and even a coupe utility variant. This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu is from the second generation of the nameplate, and sports the convertible body style. With 100,000 miles, it’s seen some use, but the current owner reports a fair bit of refurbishment and new items. Read on to find out more.
The Chevrolet Nova was one of those cars that came in at the right time and place. Much like this 1963 Chevrolet Nova, we have today. Built to perfection and boasting high-performance figures, driving off in this American legend is guaranteed smiles per gallon.
By 1968, the Corvette had run for two generations and the third generation made its appearance. Sadly, most of the third generation, which spanned 1968 to 1980 would see the worst of the Malaise Era and emissions controls. Power outputs would be severely constricted as a result. This is why pre-1973 cars such as this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray are comparatively desirable to their younger brethren. This particular example has done a light for its age 79,899 miles and appears to be a well-kept example.
Standing tall as the GTO, the Chevrolet Chevelle was one of the true muscle cars to roam the streets. It is second only to the GTO when it comes to muscle car desirability, and that by a small margin. Not all Chevelles are created equal, the Chevelle Super Sport or Chevelle SS is where the power is and what made Chevrolet a legend in the muscle world. The second generation Chevrolet Chevelle was produced from 1968 to 1972. The 1970 production cars featured the coke bottle styling inspired by the Northrop F- jet fighter. Up for grabs is a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396.
Ever read through a custom build sheet and realized maybe this is best viewed in person? We sure got one of those builds today, up for grabs today is a 1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne that sports tasteful custom upgrades that makes it stand out in every aspect be it performance, looks or comfort.
Looking good and having the performance to back up tasteful exterior upgrades is a compromise that’s not always found in the automotive scene. Struggling to find a car that encompasses the best of both worlds? This 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS sports marks the end of your worries. Driving off in this classic American beauty ensures its good looks is matched by performance that scares many at the drag strip.
Very few things in life match up to the sound of a V8 rumble and iconic 60s muscle car looks. Don’t take out word for it? Look at this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro we have today for instance. With upgrades to make you smile driving off in this classic American muscle is a recipe for a good time.
The first name that pops in anyone’s head when thinking about the American sports car is none other than the Corvette. For decades, the Chevrolet Corvette has been an icon of the automotive world, evolving with each generation, taking on new forms but still remaining true to the core of what made the Corvette so appealing in the first place. This 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Coupe is no different, mixing great style and aesthetics with powerful performance. With the benefits of modern technology, this Corvette strikes a great balance between new age technology and good old American engineering. With 37,000 miles on the clock, this beautiful car is ready to be welcomed to a new home and enjoyed for many more years and miles to come.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an American national hero and with its 50+ year production run across multiple models, car buyers are treated to classics, modern classics, and modern performance machines to pick from. Looking to celebrate an American hero? This 2005 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe we have today is a nice way to go about it. With 51,027 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is a subtle track weapon that also doubles down as a reliable way to go places as well.
Ford’s pony car debuted in 1964, and Chevrolet was determined to not let Ford have all the fun and fame by themselves. Cue 1966, and the Camaro would enter the muscle car scene, and since then, Mustang vs Camaro has been at it, to this day. This 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 comes from the second generation of the nameplate, and bears 60,000 miles to its name. The seller also reports a host of new parts, which should ensure many more years of reliable enjoyment in this American classic.
The 70s saw many manufacturers scrapping plans for performance cars to figure out how to cater to changing customer trends and the oil crisis that was to come. Amongst all the wasted research and development stood the legendary Chevrolet Camaro donning fire breathing V8 powertrains amongst all the change. This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro we have today is a perfect example of muscle car greatness prevailing amongst the toughest times and can be yours to let loose on track on cruise into the week ahead.
1993 would mark the Corvette’s 40th year of production, and to celebrate, Chevrolet made 6,749 units of the 40th Anniversary Edition, featuring special paint and commemorative emblems. That makes 1993 Chevrolet Corvette 40th Anniversary Edition a rather fine find, and one to snag thanks to its relative rarity in the Corvette world. With a healthy 77,500 miles on its wheels, plus a long list of refreshments, this ‘Vette is ready to continue cruising with style. The original build sheet, plus all documentation for work done is available to the new buyer, all you have to do is ask!
Welcome to another special edition track darling you can find in our inventory. The new 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is offered as a limited edition performance car to commemorate the C8.R race car's inaugural season. You will only find 1000 cars of this kind, which is interestingly based on the IMSA GTLM championship-winning competition version. This superstar delivers supercar power and acceleration, and to get the most out of it you don’t need to be a heroic racing professional. Even Car and Driver magazine remarked on it as “Ferrari moves with a Chevrolet price tag makes the Corvette a sports car with mass appeal”. So here’s your chance to be the owner of a rear car that serves beyond the price tag it comes with. Located in Michigan, this 2022 Chevrolet Corvette C8.R Convertible only has 398 miles on it.
Arguably, Chevrolet’s most popular car is the Chevrolet Corvette which spans more than 60 years of production and eight generations of speed and power. The Corvette has since become widely known and accepted as “America’s Sports Car.” The seventh generation of the Corvette was produced from 2013 to 2019 and was labeled as the C7 Corvette. It is also the first to brandish the Corvette Stingray name since 1976. What we have to offer is a souped-up version of the seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette; it is a 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 Convertible 3LT and just 37,500 miles on the odometer.
While muscle cars are pieces of machinery that prompt hooning around and driving on the limit, one needs to step out and get back to reality. Looking for a cool way to settle back into practical daily life? This 1966 Chevrolet K20 383 Stroker we have today is practical classic car ownership that can also serve as a reliable workhorse if need be.
Lasting only a handful of generations, the Chevrolet El Camino is a unique vehicle. A mix between the practical use of a utilitarian automobile with the sportiness of a coupe, this vehicle is unmistakably unique and a product of the experimental years of the United States of America, in an era where you can honestly agree, that cars were a lot more fun. Not that cars aren’t as fun as they used to be, but the 80s certainly was an era full of experimenting and new concepts, very exciting. This 1987 Chevrolet El Camino SS is the result of such a design experiment and is certainly a unique addition to anyone’s garage, and a worthy one. Stacked with a powerful engine and a unique design, this vehicle is as eye catching, as it is powerful. Having undergone a bit of a renewed life, with 700 miles on the clock, this vehicle is a worthy choice for any enthusiast.
The Chevrolet Corvette is as American an automobile as you can get, with a thrilling story that dates back nearly 70 years, all the way into 1953 when ‘America’s Sports Car’ as it’s known to this date, was born. It’s one of the longest-running nameplates with an uninterrupted production run, not only in the USA, but the world. That’s why every example of a Corvette carries something special about it. Take this 2007 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 that’s up for sale right now as a prime example. It’s got just 8,068 miles on it, and was produces as a homologation model during the sixth generation (C6)’s run, and is a performance machine waiting to be unleashed and enjoyed. Will you take it on?
2020’s arrival of the C8 Corvette heralded eight generations of America’s favorite sports car, and brought a massive change, in the shape of the engine moving from ahead of, to just behind the two-seat passenger cabin. This, coupled with moving up the performance and luxury ladder firmly placed the C8 to compete not only with most sportscars from the world’s best, but scare some entry-level supercars as well. That’s why examples such as this 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 3LT don’t stay in our inventory for very long, and with just 1,700 miles on the odometer, you’d better be quick if you want to own it.
Customizing a car when done right means you have a unique car and an extension of yourself. While this sounds nice, building a custom car can be daunting, requiring time and a big financial contribution. Cut the process and make a beeline to this custom 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS 427 we have today; it's had 1,500 miles since its engine upgrade and is ready to burn rubber from the get-go.
Everyone wants a Corvette at some point in their life, which explains why there are so many from all generations, not only surviving, but thriving, and enthusiastically changing hands whenever they come on the market. This 1999 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is ideal for fifth generation ‘Vette lovers, as it’s got a low 34,600 miles on the odometer, and has reportedly seen a whole lot of refreshment and enhancement done to it. Let’s see what we’ve got here.
The Chevrolet Chevelle is an iconic piece of automotive history, and it’s true that you really can’t go wrong with the classics. Nothing is more true to that statement as the good old American Muscle classics. This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Convertible is a beautiful car from an era gone by. It retains the emotions and feelings of the era, with a few modern additions that the buyer will appreciate. Particularly, this Chevelle is reported by the seller to have had the motor gone through. Also, it is reported by the seller to be one of the 1,000 convertibles with A/C reported from the factory. At the moment, it’s fully functional, even recently reported to have been refreshed and repaired, still cooling the air strong as it was when it came out of the factory. There really isn’t anything holding you back from this beautiful classic.
Chevrolet’s Bel Air nameplate signified the automaker’s full-size offering for over twenty five years. It even dipped a toe into the muscle car space! With seven generations of Bel Air, there was something for everyone. Take this 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible as an example of a fine boulevard cruiser for ambling along sunny streets, top down, with three friends or family members as passengers. This car has done just 28,373 miles to get here, making it an ideal investment as well as weekend pastime.
This is not just another C3 Corvette that we’ve got on sale here, but something that’s been the personal property of all-American basketball star John Canine, making the car something of a collectible. What’s more is, this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette has just 7,000 miles on the clock after a full rebuild of the motor, making it ready for decades of enjoyment. Classic ‘Vettes like this don’t usually stay on sale for long, so you’d better be quick.
Modern-day vehicles sure find a way to blend in performance and practicality but back in the day, you would have to forego one to gain the other. The Chevrolet El-Camino was the genesis of practicality and performance neatly packed into one car. With good examples few and far in between this 1971 Chevrolet El Camino is truly a hot catch. Couple this with the 31,000 miles reported on the clock and you have old-school design ingenuity in all its glory.
The uniquely American muscle cars saw their rise during the late 60s and 70s, with amazing vehicles like the ‘Cuda, Firebird, and Chevelle hitting the market. Arguably the Chevrolet Chevelle trailblazed the way for the muscle car popularity. The Chevelle, a mid-sized car with a front-engine and rear-wheel-drive design, was produced from 1963 to 1977 in three distinct generations, and the high-performance variants, the Super Sport or SS, was produced through 1973. It was discontinued due to its waning sales in its latter years. However, the Chevrolet Chevelle from the earlier years are cars to behold. Up for grabs is this 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle with just 50,000 miles on the odometer. Plus, it’s received a host of new parts for smooth running.
Tastefully upgraded custom trucks are few and far in between, with the number of aftermarket components and support available one might go over the top or at times not hit the right spot. Today is the day you get rid of all the hassle and drive off in this lovely 1970 Chevy C10 Step Side. With a reported 6,707 miles on the clock, this classic truck is tastefully customized and show-ready.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an American automotive icon, and has continued to retain its relevance with each decade and iteration. This particular 1982 Chevrolet Corvette comes from simpler times when compared to modern day sports cars, but because of that, the core of what makes a good sports car shines through even brighter with this vehicle. The seller reports a few upgrades for this particular vehicle and with 28,100 miles on the clock, it’s a great deal and arguably and absolute steal of a vehicle that looks good at a traffic stop, in the garage and out about. Here’s a vehicle that can get you from point A to point be in style, and have a ball of a good time while at it.
Chevrolet Corvettes are the dream cars of many. You’ll find nearly every generation and model lusted upon by someone, and it’s never hard to sell a Corvette, even those with some tasteful modifications, such as this 2009 Chevrolet Corvette 3LT that comes with 98,250 miles done since it left the Bowling Green factory, and a host of customizations and upgrades. Read on to find out why you should be its next owner.
With World War 2 over, the time for rebuilding was in order. The American car industry was charging towards towards post-war production, and demand for trucks was at an all-time high thanks to their practicality and reliability. Fast forward to today and trucks from the 40s are hot property in the custom build market. Wondering how you can get in the fun? This 1946 Chevrolet 3100 we have today is a 40s beauty with performance to raise eyebrows and looks that ensure you stand out, it's time you spiced up your Sunday cruise and drive off in style.
The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the oldest names in the luxury sports car segments. So much so that it's dubbed America's Sports Car. The Corvette was introduced in 1953 with the C1. Fast forward to 2022, the Corvette is currently on its eighth generation, has moved to a mid-engined layout, and has no intention of slowing down. The third generation Chevrolet Corvette, also known as the C3 Corvette, was available from 1968 through 1976. If you fancy a vintage sports car, this 1979 Chevrolet Corvette C3 coupe is ideal for you, as it comes with some tasty goodies and is ready for a new home.
The C/K series of trucks from Chevrolet was ever popular. Succeeding that lineup is the Chevrolet Silverado, which was introduced in 1975 as the top trim level for the C/K series trucks and subsequently released in 1998 as a standalone model. The Chevrolet Silverado is currently in its fourth generation and boasts very capable Heavy Duty versions as well. The third generation Silverado was produced from 2013 to 2019. A 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD 4WD Crew Cab LTZ with some tasty upgrades and just 21,333 miles on the Duramax engine is up for grabs.
For any muscle car enthusiast, a Chevrolet Chevelle, or to be specific, a Chevrolet Chevelle SS, is a dream muscle car to own. The Chevelle SS has had such an impact on the motoring world that the Chevelle would be on any list of “Best Muscle Cars.” The Chevrolet Chevelle SS was introduced in 1963 as a mid-sized car. It went into production for 14 years and three generations under its belt. The first generation Chevelle SS was produced from 1963 to 1967, with the SS badge initially offered as an option until 1966, when the Chevelle SS became a series on its own. A rare chance to own a pristine and updated 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is at hand.
The Chevrolet El Camino is the stuff of legends, what you basically got from factory was a Muscle car that boasted a ton of practicality. While it was not greatly appreciated back in the day, they are slowly becoming collectible classics. Why not get in the fun and drive off in this 1964 Chevrolet El Camino we have today. With a reported 5,000 miles on the clock, this is a lovely slice of old school Americana that's looking for its new custodian.
The Chevrolet Corvette is a car that has lasted throughout the ages, and has managed to reinvent itself with every new generation of Corvette. Now, in its latest generation comes the Corvette that everyone wanted from the start, a mid-engined performance monster that remains true to its heritage and core appeal that remained true since the 1950s. With only 667 miles on the clock, this particular Corvette comes with a number of special amenities including the 3LT equipment group and Z51 package with all its goodness plus more. It’s a steal that is ready for its next owner to enjoy and clock up the miles in for commuting in style, or simply for pure enjoyment on or off the track thanks to its magnetic selective ride control suspension.
What do you do when you’ve created a hit and its 25th birthday is coming up? A Silver Anniversary edition! That’s precisely what Chevrolet did with the 1978 model year of the Corvette, celebrating 25 years of producing America’s sweetheart sports car. Unlike limited edition production runs, all 1978 ‘Vettes got the Silver Anniversary treatment. Isn’t that nice? Here’s one of those cars on sale, a 1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver Anniversary in our inventory with just 16,500 miles run. It’s a numbers-matching vehicle for added authenticity and has reportedly been recently serviced.
The restomod trend is indeed giving us amazing examples of historical vehicles that have been drastically transformed into drivable, entertaining show-caliber restorations. For a transformation to become a top-flight Restomod, one must have a clear goal from the beautiful paint, neat interior and the robust engine. This is a perfect instant where one such vision was brought to life. This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Restomod, well known as a tri-five Chevy, is a car that received a ground up, frame off restoration. It comes to us from California and displays a tad over 5,000 miles on its odometer. The restoration effort includes a few modern features in addition to restoring the car to like-new condition. Keep on reading to find out what this rolling work of art has to offer. And it is now yours to purchase if you are interested.
The Chevrolet Corvette has been a key player in the automotive industry; each generation ensured the American car industry's survival and showcased the technical prowess America had to offer. Be it on track or off track, the marque has shone bright, and back in 2009, it was time to celebrate 70 victories and eight championships at the American Le Mans series. To commemorate this victory, Corvette released a limited edition run of 125 units based on the 6th generation Corvette. Standing out in the world of Corvettes is a tough job but this 2009 Chevrolet Corvette GT1 Championship Edition we have today sure does this job well. With just 21,000 miles reported on the clock, this particular car is reported to be signed by Ron Fellows, a three time GT1 Championship corvette racing driver; it's also reported to be the only GT1 that Ron Fellows has signed as well.
With auto manufacturers rushing to provide the next best thing during the 60s, Chevrolet decided to slow it down and take things back to basics; the Chevrolet Nova was the answer to this and saw the entire car being designed from scratch and ready for production in 18 months. While it was a rushed project, the Nova was a resounding success and, in time, offered performance variants that could shock many when new. The 1974 Chevrolet Nova Restomod we have today is a tasteful example of the right custom upgrades and that Nova magic.
With each generation of the Corvette, Chevrolet has engineered evolution, improvement and relevance with conviction. You won’t find a Corvette that isn’t desirable, even the underpowered C3 variants have their fans of the muscular stance. When 2004 came, the C6 took over from the C5 and brought many changes to America’s favorite sports car. This 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 s one great example, as it’s the extremely potent ZR1 variant, and comes to you from California with just 13,800 miles on the clock. What more could you ask for?
Chevrolet’s Corvette is one of those American icons that everyone knows something about. It’s a car that’s been around since 1953, and has since moved into the baby supercar fighting league with the mid-engined eighth generation. Scour the classifieds and you can find Corvettes in various states, from garage kept queens to hard-tracked racers. Some remain stock, some have been painstakingly restored, and yet some are turned into restomods. This 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Restomod is one of those cars, a beautiful second-generation ‘Vette that’s got some modern enhancements beneath the skin. Want to cruise around in a classic Corvette that’s undergone a full restoration, and has modern features? Step right this way!
Classic American vehicles are a class of their own, and look no further than to this particular 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Tribute for confirmation. With a timeless design, great style and a powerful engine, this car has everything you would want from a vehicle that takes you back in time to simpler times. A perfect classic to those who appreciate good style, this Malibu comes with a few owner reported upgrades to the engine, as well as a few creature comforts. And with just 4,962 miles claimed, it’s a great ride to take home.
The seventh-generation Corvette will go down in the history books as the final bearer of the front-engined brigade of America’s sweetheart sports car. In fact, it was nearly destined to be the first of the mid-engined era, but cost concerns took over. Not to worry, as it’s still a fine automobile, and a future classic to boot. This 34,250-mile example of a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette 2LT Coupe is up for sale and waiting for its next owner to enjoy. Will you be that next owner?
Every generation of Corvette brings something special, something to be remembered by. In the case of the fifth generation, or C5, it was the Z06 as the successor to the C4’s ZR-1. The Z06 is the high-performance variant of the Corvette, and was available only as a fixed-head coupe. This is as hardcore as a C5 gets, and in the case of this specific 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06, it’s gotten even more hardcore in the performance department. With just 49,300 miles done, read on to find out why it deserves a place in your heart and a space in your driveway.
You probably know the Camaro’s story. That it was introduced in 1967 as Chevrolet’s answer to the Ford Mustang, and continues butting heads with its rival even in 2022. The hottest Camaros on the block at the time were the Z/28 variants, described as virtually race-ready cars out of the box. That, coupled with the sheer desirability of original cars in pristine order makes this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS highly coveted, as well as a savvy investment. It’s undergone a complete rotisserie restoration to original condition that reportedly took 7 to 8 years so you can imagine how much attention to detail was paid. Having run just 1,500 miles since then, it’s waiting for you – if you act fast.
The market for classic SUVs is seeing more interest over the years. Collectors are scrambling to find the next best low mileage example that will never see the light of day when purchased. The legendary 80s Chevrolet Blazer is a victim to the uptick of prices for classic American SUVs. With mileage anxiety at an all-time high, this 1987 Chevrolet K5 Blazer with a reported 99,500 miles on the clock is one way of owning a legendary automotive icon and a way to enjoy the way it was intended to, the great outdoors and wide-open throttle.
Sports cars have been in the picture since the earliest periods of automotive history. When the necessity of a mode of transportation was fulfilled with a vehicle, peopled turned to speed for the adrenaline rush. The USA is home to one of the most well-known sports cars on the planet, the Chevrolet Corvette. The Corvette takes the top spot in NA as the best-selling sports car and is known as America’s Sports Car. The seventh generation Chevrolet Corvette was produced from 2014 to 2019. A 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 3LZ Convertible is up for grabs with just 13,000 miles on the odometer.
When Ford released the Mustang in 1964, Chevrolet knew they had to respond. Cue 1966 and the Camaro was released. Produced to this day, the Camaro is one of Chevrolet’s most successful nameplates, and this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro is from the first generation that started it all. Moreover, it’s a restomod that’s undergone a rotisserie restoration, which is a complete reconditioning of a car, following total disassembly, and is as intensive as you can get. With upgrades in the power as well as convenience departments, it’s ready to hit the road.
The seventh generation Corvette can be considered a significant milestone in the Corvette’s storied history, as it is the last of the front-engined ‘Vettes. It’s also a fine sports car in its own right. That’s why this 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Convertible 3LZ is a definite future classic, as well as a highly desirable option right now. With 26,000 miles on the clock, it’s got plenty of life left in it too. Being the Z06 model, it’s not just another regular C7 ‘Vette either.
The second generation or C2 Corvette is credited as bringing a number of ‘Firsts’ to the Corvette, including independent rear suspension, pop-up headlamps and the hallowed Stingray badge. In fact, the C2 largely supersedes the C1 in the mental image of many when asked to describe a classic Corvette. Cars like this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible are hot items when they come on sale, even though this example bears 13,363 unverified miles. However, the engine block and transmission sport matching stamps, helping verify that this is indeed a numbers-matching car. Either way, this ‘Vette looks to be fantastically looked after, and ready for many more adventures.
As the world steadily moves forward it's hard not to lament and look back at the old days of motoring, sure electric cars, and mind-blowing performance is cool but the drive feel of a vintage car is an experience that cannot be replicated. But a problem lies, finding a clean original example of vintage cars has increasingly become a challenge with most of them not surviving their time and even being used as the base to a fun restomod project. If you grew up in the 70s the sleek looks of the C3 Corvette are a sight one can’t easily shake off, the V8 grunt and Stingray name are the stuff of legends. The car we have today defies the statement above and is truly a diamond in the rough. Present here today is a lovely 1971 Chevrolet Corvette 454 with just a reported 32,000 miles on the clock. This vintage beauty is a low mileage example and even sports its Original Authorized Seller Dealer Imprint on the car and the original owner's manual still in place.
The 50s was a lovely time for the car industry; with new models and iconic names seeing the light of day, nothing matched up to the release of the Corvette marque. With its sleek looks and exotic persona owning a Corvette from the 50s is guaranteed to turn heads as you cruise along; take a look at this lovely 1959 Chevrolet Corvette we have today, for instance. Coming with just a reported 93,000 miles on the clock, this classic American hero can be yours to enjoy and reportedly comes with extra parts and accessories to seal the deal.
Back in 1993, the Chevrolet Camaro saw a redesign for the fourth-generation and was selected as the Indy 500 Pace Car for 1993. It went on to hold that honorable title four times, becoming the first car to do so. Naturally, Chevrolet was on celebration mode and built 645 limited edition Indy 500 Pace Car examples as a way to commemorate this achievement. It became a smash hit by dint of its spectacular styling coupled with the timeless sleek silhouette. “1993 Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car Edition Is the La Croix of Muscle Cars” says the renowned media brand Motor Trend. We are delighted to present to you one of these iconic cars that we discovered to be in pristine condition. Since it was kept fully original since its birth, what you are seeing here is a numbers-matching vehicle. What’s more, with only 600 miles on its clock you are basically getting a showroom condition car for your money.
You can’t go wrong with the classics, and nothing says that like good old American Muscle. This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute is a beautiful car from an era gone by. It retains the emotions and feelings of the era, with a few modern additions that the buyer will appreciate. Very little has been done to change what was, and this vehicle with the SS clone package comes with everything you would want from a ‘Chevy Chevelle and more. The seller notes that there are some minor issues, such as the small split at the top of the rear right seat, but it still remains in beautiful condition, considering it’s a car that’s more than 50 years old. With 42,500 miles reported on the clock, it’s a car that you shouldn’t think twice on.
The sales brochure for the '76-model Corvette starts with the saying “America's only true production sports car”, which was true at that time for a number of reasons. Even though the oil crisis, stringent regulations, and competition from other countries made things tough for all automakers, the Corvette still stood tall in respect of the performance heap in the context of the situation. The 1976 Corvette was played up by Car and Driver magazine when they drove one on a road trip to Alaska. They remarked, "we were shocked at how well it handled the ordeal.” It’s tempting, and hard to dismiss, especially when it looks as good as this 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray that had undergone a full frame off restoration. The car has barely 1,200 miles on it since it was completed in around 2019. It is currently located in Connecticut and is sold with its original engine that was replaced in the restoration.
Although taking up different, striking looks over the past many decades, the Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most renowned and desirable cars that has ever left the production line in the USA, and has been so for almost every iteration. This 2004 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe isn’t any different. It retains that wild core from its original years, and accepts a sense of modernity, minus the technology that usually comes packed inside vehicles that come off the production line nowadays. This Corvette may be from the years where the technology in engineering was amazing, but still didn’t invade in the sheer driving connection of the vehicle. But that doesn’t mean it skimps out on the luxuries. This particular Corvette comes with the memory package, a few other amenities and a handful of upgrades. With only 32,600 miles reported on the clock, there’s really no reason not to take this ‘Vette home.
The very first Chevrolet Corvette model, when introduced in 1953, was a convertible. Besides being the best-selling sports car, it was also America's first and only successful fiberglass sports car. Sixty-nine years down the line, the Corvette is still a car that every ardent follower of the adrenaline gods still craves. With eight generations and countless special editions under its belt, it is safe to say that the Corvette is here to stay. Up for grabs is an eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette 3LT with just 16,250 miles on the clock and ready for a new home.
If you love old-school muscle cars and are looking for a dependable high-performance vehicle that won't break the bank, the 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is one of the finest options you can go for. To raise the curtain over the second generation Chevelle, GM bestowed a redesigned body style that that began a three-year design cycle. This version went on to outsell every other true high-performance machine of the era, and it's not hard to see why. Its bold and beautiful, and are being coveted by classic car hunters today. The Super Sport version, better known as the Chevelle SS is what we brought to you today. This 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Restomod is a few steps away from its factory roots, for good reason though. It now bangs out 600hp from its engine. That’s almost twice as standard!
It was 2020 and America’s renowned sports car stirred up its fellowship with the debut of the revolutionary C8 Corvette. For the first time in the model's history, Chevy went to a mid-engine layout that year, and hype for the change is still at an all-time high. The goal was to level up the Chevy’s handling and dynamic capabilities, and they were successful to say the least. Many new buyers of the C8 Corvette had to wait until the 2021 model year because the 2020 cars were soon sold out. Chevrolet added a few little enhancements to make the wait worthwhile. We are sure that this stunning 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 2LT Z51 hard top convertible is worth your while too. With 2LT and Z51 Performance Package onboard, this Chevy currently rests in Georgia with just 3,800 miles on it.
Care to make space for an award-winning car in your garage? Take a look at this gorgeous Corvette we have to offer; it has more pizzazz to it than what’s visible on the surface. At first glance, it appears to be an excellently preserved 2008 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. However, this is an award winning vehicle from 2019-2022, which celebrated triumphs including "Best of Show" winner at Backfield Air Force Base and at Fort Polk. Corvettes have never been boring; they’re thrilling to drive with breathtaking acceleration and sturdy grip. Plus, the convertible only adds to the unrivaled experience. The 2008 Chevrolet Corvette a great daily commuter and it’s not very costly to maintain. Currently residing at Louisiana with having competed a 29,350-mile journey in life, this blue thoroughbred comes with the trophies it has won so far and ready to win some more.
When Corvettes come by our inventory, they don’t stick around for long. Chalk that down to the sheer adoration that America’s sweetheart sports car enjoys by the public. We’ve told and retold the Corvette story countless times, so what you need to know is that this 1987 Chevrolet Corvette is from the C4, or fourth generation, and comes to you with 47,500 miles already covered. That’s basically baby steps, as Corvettes can easily rack up six figures with the right maintenance. Read on to find out why you should be this car’s next owner.
The word Stingray means a lot for the Corvette community, first used to market the 2nd generation Corvette the name was as iconic as the car it represented. The design and performance of the 2nd generation Corvette are one for the history books; it was even popular amongst astronauts as their way of getting about when on earth. With its iconic design and legendary status, it's time you treated yourself to this lovely 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible we have today. The current owner has owned the car for 40 years, and with a reported 21,000 miles on the clock, this vintage beauty is functioning automotive art.
Ever since 1976, the iconic Stingray nameplate had been shackled and locked away deep within the Chevy company, only to become a myth over the years. All that changed in 2014 when Chevrolet released the seventh generation Corvette, and with it, the legendary nameplate was dusted off. The C7 itself has a bit of controversy around it. Originally meant to be a mid or rear-engine layout, the mechanics at Chevy decided to give it a front-engine setup like the previous generation, but the styling of the C7 was undoubtedly unique. This specific limited-edition example from 2014 is said to be No.5 of 500 and has been put up for sale.
Simply by looking at it, it is undeniable that the 1957 Chevrolet Corvette is a vital constituent of the historic vehicle community. Although it carried over the design from the year before, it made a significant improvement that gained fame for the model year. This 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible has fought against the wearing of time by being fully restored about 15 years ago. Not only does it aid in the preservation of irreplaceable road arts, but it also helps classics survive in the present day. Reportedly it only has traveled 4,808 miles after being built and have undergone regular maintenance and service, hinting this car have been with a caring owner. Now is your chance, it awaits in Michigan for its next lucky buyer.
Chevrolet’s Chevelle nameplate came to be in 1963, as the brand’s new mid-sizer. The name meaning ‘Bold and Beautiful’, was built on the automaker’s new A-platform, and was the riposte to Ford’s Fairlane. With a production run of three generations over fourteen years, the Chevelle was a mainstay in Chevy’s Sixties and Seventies line-ups, and gained extensive exposure in NASCAR between 1973 and 1977. If you’re after a Chevelle with a twist, here’s a nicely resto-modded 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle LT1 which reportedly saw a refresh around eight years ago.
Adapting to the times is of utmost importance to any manufacturer; take the Chevrolet Impala, for instance. Owning one is a reliable and efficient way of getting around, but turn back the clock to where it all started, and you did get a reliable way of getting around plus a lot of flair and 50s charm. Available in multiple trims and firepower to choose from, car buyers were in for a treat when driving off in their vintage Americana. It's time you treated yourself to this lovely 1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible, we have today. With a reported 155,000 miles on the clock, this car is a two-time winner of the Palo Alto heritage show and one epic way to cruise down the weekend.
A drag strip is a place filled with high performance, speed, and good times. Building one's cars to be the fastest at a ¼ mile has grown from a pastime to a competitive sport where every millisecond matters. If you do visit a drag strip frequently, one type of car you sure won't miss out on is the old street gassers. Built to rocket down the straights, a street gasser is a performance machine disguised as a car from the 30s. With a big place in the drag race scene owning a gasser means you get the best of both worlds, 30s design and one mean hot rod that scares modern cars when let loose. Want to get in on the fun? This 1938 Chevrolet Couoe Street Gasser we have today is one neat build and ready to provide smiles as you thrash down a ¼ mile.
With a 12-year production run, the C4 Chevrolet Corvette was becoming a common sight in customers' eyes; this led to a drop in sales and a new problem for the Corvette marque. Fast forward to 1997, and the world first set its eyes on the all-new C5 Chevrolet Corvette; it featured an all-new design and features that would also be seen in the iconic C6 Corvette. With innovation growing by leaps and bounds, the Corvette stayed relevant with the times and gave its loyal fan base a taste of what was to come. With the world moving quickly, one needs to take a step back and relax. Downtime has become increasingly important. Why not spend your downtime with this lovely 2001 Chevrolet Corvette we have today? With a reported 96,560 miles on the clock, this is one clean example of an early Noughties ‘Vette and one neat weekend cruiser guaranteed to get you geared for a tough week ahead.
1978 marked the 25th year of uninterrupted Corvette production since the legendary 1953 debut, and to celebrate, all 1978 ‘Vettes wore special Silver Anniversary emblems. The C3 generation was already ten years in the model cycle, and Silver Anniversary enhancements helped facelift America’s sweetheart sports car. If you’re after one of these, or a Seventies Corvette in general, we present this 1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver Anniversary as a worthy contender for your bucks, and driveway space. It’s got just 84,320 miles and looks in good nick, inside and out.
With a 14-year production run, the C3 Corvette grew the marque by leaps and bounds, but during the 80s, it was time for a change. Out came the legendary C4 Corvette in all its glory. It brought the Corvette marque into a new light and ensured that the humble American sports car kept up with the ever-growing car industry by sporting new tech and sleek looks. When purchasing your C4 Corvette, you are presented with a tough choice, spring for the convertible or stick with the Targa top. If you did pick the convertible option, you are sure we're in for a good time. With a design that turns heads and a convertible body style, its time you livened up your weekends with this 1987 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible we have today. With a reported 69,026 miles on the clock, this American legend is a lovely pastime and comes with a Corvette-branded car cover included in the sale.
Ever since the Chevrolet Corvette was introduced way back in 1953, it has captured the hearts and minds of the American people, so much so that it acquired the moniker "America's sports car" during the early 60s. The Chevrolet Corvette is a two-door two-seater luxury sports car which has been produced for eight generations. From 2014 to 2019, Chevrolet made the seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette, it was also the model to bear the Stingray name since 1976. Up for sale is a 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with some tasty upgrades, which reportedly pushes the power to 1,000hp and comes with just 24,615 miles on the odometer.
The Chevrolet Corvette's fourth generation made its debut as the C4 in 1983. General Motors introduced a convertible model for this generation, as well as a surge in performance engines. With a brand-new chassis and leaner, more contemporary, yet still evocative look, the C4 Corvette marked a clear change from the C3 designed by Zora Arkus-Duntov. When it comes to our subject vehicle, the 1987 Chevrolet Corvette, there’s little to no change from the model from the year before. Apparently, that is. It all changes when you take a look under the hood though. The 1987 ‘Vette was designed to outperform all of its elder brothers by enhancing the capabilities of the L98 engine that had been launched three years earlier. If you are interested in the one that is being listed here, you are getting a 1987 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible with 67,350 miles on the odometer and its original interior still intact. Get onboard in this gorgeous 1987 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible and embrace your inner 'Vette aficionado.
Building cars to go faster is the American way. Back in the 60s, a host of automotive tuners were entering the scene but amongst the lot stood Don Yenko, A racer, and a Chevrolet dealership owner; Don Yenko specialized in making your factory Chevrolet Camaro faster. With a 3 year run on the first generation of the Camaro, owning a Yenko example is becoming increasingly challenging. Why search and wait when you can drive off in this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Restomod we have today. With a reported 6,000 miles on the clock this car sports all those Yenko details and has the power to back it up.