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Mid-America Chevelle Club
The Mid-America Chevelle Club is “dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of all stock, modified, and custom 1964 – 1987 Chevelles and El Caminos.” This Chevy Chevelle enthusiasts club meets once a month in Merriam, Kansas to enjoy and celebrate this classic muscle car. To join the club, you need not own a Chevelle or El Camino, but you must love them.
Rock Out in Your Vintage Convertible
In 1964, the top of the line Chevy Chevelle debuted its high-end nameplate, the Chevy Malibu. This hot car was available in a two-door convertible with all the bells and whistles that a 1960’s convertible could hold. In the 1960s, this was one hot car to cruise down the streets. If you were cruising in a convertible, you had to listen to music on your favorite AM radio station. If you drove a 1967 convertible, you could choose an 8-track tape option. Now, if you get to drive one of these beauties, you have more music options, so when you are cruising down the street in your restored Malibu, you can listen to this ultimate 1960s playlist:
From 1964, these classic tunes will get heads turning and toes tapping. Your playlist should include these classics that define the beachside lifestyle that the Malibu defined:
The Chevelle is a classic car from the Chevrolet line-up that the brand manufactured from 1964 to 1977. Through three generations, this popular model evolved and changed, while also offering buyers a range of body styles and trim levels like the Super Sport, Laguna, El Camino, and Malibu. Chevelle turned out to be one of the most successful nameplates for Chevy, in spite of the fact that it was produced for just a decade and a half.
Peach State Chevelle Show
When you pay a visit to the southern states you do in fact recognize the genuine warmth and hospitality that is part of the culture. People treat you like they want to be treated for the most part and this makes for a fantastic visit regardless of why you ventured southward.
El Camino Classics Car Club
If you are a fan of Chevrolet Chevelles it is a lot of fun to be able to get together with other people who see the same thing that you do when they come across one of these incredible vehicles. In a very real sense, the Chevelle is a time capsule of sorts that paints a picture of days gone by.
When you grew up during the period when Chevelles were everywhere it is a walk down memory lane when you see one these cars today, let alone when you get behind the wheel to drive your own.
’64–’65 Chevelle Malibu SS
The Chevrolet Chevelle that we have all come to know and love was first introduced for the 1964 model year. General Motors put a lot of stock in the Chevelle lineup and there were Chevelles offered in many different body styles including a four-door sedan, a two-door coupe, a convertible and even a four-door station wagon.
However, 1964 was a time when the true muscle car era was starting to take shape. So Chevrolet wanted to have a player within the Chevelle line, and to this end they included the Chevelle Malibu SS or super sport package.
ACES: The American Chevelle Enthusiasts Society
When you are heavily into a particular classic car such as the Chevelle it can be difficult to find people who share your passion. Even those who like cars may not have a specific focus on the Chevelle, so it is a special experience indeed to get together with fellow fans of this one-of-a-kind American classic.
With this in mind, if you go searching for like-minded people you may find your way to the American Chevelle Enthusiasts Society. According to their website the club is particularly interested in preserving and maintaining Chevelles from what most enthusiasts would consider to be the classic era for the car: 1964 through 1972.
GM Muscle: The 1967 Chevelle SS
Muscle cars were all about relatively light weight coupled with a powerful engine, with the emphasis being placed on performance rather than appearance. This is not to say that muscle cars were necessarily difficult on the eyes, but the point was to keep the cars affordable to everyday people without sacrificing performance. As a result, some of the bells and whistles were kept to a minimum.
Chevelle Enthusiasts Unite!
Due to the wonders of the Internet we can now have that kind of connection on an everyday basis by visiting websites that are built around our shared interest in cool cars.
With this in mind we would like to welcome you to the Classic Chevelle Fan blog and we hope that you will return often as we continually add information about one of the most popular Chevrolets of all time.