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1967 Corvette

1967 Corvette
1967 Chevrolet CorvetteThe Chevrolet Corvette is the classic American sports car and its popularity, styling, and performance have never been matched by another car. The 1967 Corvette brought up the rear of the second generation that began in 1963. In 1953, the first Corvette, a convertible designed by Harley Earl came out at the GM Motorama as a concept car. This kicked off the first generation or the C1 line of Corvettes, also known as the solid-axle models for their lack of independent rear suspension.

1967 Skylark

1967 Skylark

1967 Skylark The Buick Skylark is a model that changed greatly over the years of its run, which lasted from 1953 to 1998. As times changed and tastes shifted, so too did the Skylark. It began its life as a 1950s convertible, switched to a compact for the second run, moved up to an intermediate for most of the 1960s, went back to being a compact in the ‘70s, and then got a little bigger again in the ‘80s and ’90s. The 1967 Skylark fell midway through the third generation and was an intermediate-sized car.

1959 Chevrolet Corvette

Always near the top of the list of favorite cars for car collectors and restorers, the Chevrolet Corvette is legendary in its love affair with American motor history. The Chevrolet division of General Motors introduced the first Corvette late into the 1953 model year. A few years later, the model was on the fast track for success. By the time the 1959 Chevrolet Corvette came around, the car was nearing the end of its first generation, which ran from 1953 to 1962.

1968 Chevrolet Nova

While our last post focused on the first Chevrolet Nova to hit the markets, today’s focus turns to a later version of the model. The had much in store for the model. After receiving a significant redesign from the 2nd generation’s looks, the third generation (which ran from 1968-1974) of the Nova included some of the most exciting model years for this particular car. For t and onward, the name was finally its own, and the Chevy II name was dropped (Chevy II is often used interchangeably with Nova).