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Robert Doan is the lucky ticket holder who now has his pick between a pair of vehicle packages or $75,000 cash.
That can be said of the 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo that Nick Deal has been working to customize at Auto Dynamix in downtown Kalamazoo.
Good news for fans of the Chevrolet SS; an update from General Motors has confirmed the inclusion of both a six-speed manual transmission and Magnetic Selective Ride Control on the 2015 SS options list.
Jay Leno gets low in his latest episode of Jay Leno's Garage by showing off two custom lowriders based on a pair of '60s Chevrolet Impala classics and talks to some experts in the field.
While the tide of bigger-is-better SUVs has been in recession since, well, the recession, fullsize utes are still very much with us.
The Chevrolet SS is very much a muscle car for grownups. If you have a career, significant other and maybe some kids to tote around, you can still drive one, secure in the knowledge that there is a 415-horsepower, 6.2-liter V8 lurking under the hood for when it's time to have some fun.
The Ram Promaster and Promaster City vans are both European style cargo carriers that have been modified for U.S. duty.
When the C4 Corvette debuted for 1984, it was a fresh take on a well-established brand.
Opel will discontinue the Ampera, the slow-selling rebadged version of the Volt made by General Motors sister brand Chevrolet, after the redesign of the 2016 Volt, according to two people familiar with the company's plans.
Once the Colorado and Canyon mid-sized pickups hit showrooms this fall, Chevrolet and GMC will have churned out new generations of every pickup and SUV in their lineups in about 15 months.
Last weekend, while pausing at Starbucks to let the molten aluminum cool in my car engine, I saw a familiar sight: a sweaty dad and mom in their McDonald’s food-splattered minivan, complete with three uncomfortable, dyspeptic children.
Engines revved, candy paint sparkled in the sun and music from the 1960s echoed through the streets as classic cars filled the streets of North Hamilton and Court for the Old Town Motorfest.
Way back in April, we learned from Motor Trend's Jonny Lieberman that America's modern-day answer to the E39 BMW M5, the Chevrolet SS , was upping its game by adding a manual transmission and a Magnetic Ride suspension.
Most people think of the Cadillac ELR as nothing more than a fancy Chevy Volt, but it's actually a pretty decent car.
Northern New Mexico Street Rodders organized the event, which is now in its 32nd year.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:54 am
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