The 1964 introduction of GM’s midsize A-Body platform was perfectly timed to give several of the General’s brands an entry point for a rapidly growing youth market interested in automotive performance. Pontiac famously filled the niche with the GTO; Oldsmobile brought out its four-barrel, four-on-the-floor, dual-exhaust 4-4-2; and the 327-powered SS was the first in
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This was a Concept Car project name that in 1956 became the name for a series of popular muscle cars starting in 1967. Can you guess what brand and model this is. Couple of clues here, it was extremely popular muscle car, with the first production car appearing in dealer showrooms in February 1967. There
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The Chevy II is initially in show rooms to bring customers a good functional compact that offers basic transportation while delivering a low sticker price, to attract buyers on a limited budget. The Chevy II is in direct competition with the Falcon and the Valiant for the compact market, offering a full roster of body
The Impala broke the all-time industry yearly sales record in 1965 with more than one million units going out the showroom doors. The ‘65 sales record remains unbeaten to this day. The fourth generation is revised bottom to top featuring a full coil spring suspension to support the new full width perimeter chassis. The green