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1962 Chevrolet Corvair and Corvette Ideal for Two-Car Household

The General's Chevrolet Division introduced the innovative Corvair compact for the 1960 model year, and sales were strong for the first few years. Then the more "traditional" front-engined Chevy II came along and, well, you know the rest of the Corvair story. Here's a full-page magazine advertisement for the 1962 Corvair Monza, touting its off-road abilities and such standard features as a heater, seat belts, and dual sun visors.
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Chevrolet Brazil Sales Up Two Percent In April 2022

Chevrolet Brazil sales increased 2 percent to 21,231 units in April 2022. The figures rank GM as the second-largest car manufacturer in the country, while Chevrolet finished as second best-selling automobile brand, behind Fiat. Individual model sales performance was as follows:. Chevrolet Bolt EV sales decreased 100 percent to 0...
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Tampa automotive group buys local Chevrolet and Chrysler Jeep stores

The Morgan Automotive Group, one of the largest chains of automobile dealers in the country, has bought two more stores, including its first Chevrolet dealership in Tampa. The stores are Jim Browne Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Tampa Bay and Jim Browne Chevrolet Tampa. They are Tampa-based Morgan’s 54th and 55th stores and the 22nd and 23rd in the Tampa Bay.
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This is a $350k, 640bhp restomod Chevrolet Bel Air

North Carolina-based Retro Designs fits a first-gen Bel Air with a supercharged 6.2-litre V8. Naturally. Skip 14 photos in the image carousel and continue reading. Turn on Javascript to see all the available pictures. As restomods go, this is a fairly thorough one. It’s the work of North Carolina-based shop...
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The Chevrolet Chevelle muscle car is back in a bizarre way

General Motors renewed its trademark on the Chevelle nameplate in 2013, suggesting a reboot of the classic Chevrolet muscle car was under consideration. Since then, it's resurrected several historic model names including Hummer and Blazer, but you still haven't been able to buy a new Chevelle. Until now. Not from...
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