Washington Man Pulls American Muscle from an Orchard

By Zach Doell of Bold Ride For most auto enthusiasts, pulling the tarp off an old unseen car is a rare delicacy, but for Dan Stafford, it’s a way of life. Stafford runs Dan’s Garage in Kennewick, Washington, which specializes in GM performance cars from the ‘40s all the way up to the ‘80s. He […]

Project ’55 Bel Air: April 2014 Update

(continued from Project Car: ’55 Bel Air, 2 Door Hardtop) Project ’55 Bel Air: May 2014 Update Project ’55 Bel Air: June 2014 Update Project ’55 Bel Air: July 2014 Update 1: Here I am patching rust holes. 2: Here is my 14 year old son helping remove some of the old sound deadener. (I […]

Incredible Collection of Chevrolet Convertibles!

Wow! What do you suppose this collection is worth? This collection belongs to Dennis Albaugh in Ankeny, Iowa, just north of Des Moines. The personal and private collection consists nothing but Chevrolet convertibles. All years from 1912 to 1975, and Corvette convertibles from 1953 to 1975. That’s a Chevy convertible from every year of manufacture except […]

1956 Chevy 210 for the 2014 Ridler Award Great 8

From the Detroit Autorama… A 1956 Chevy 210 Post was on display at the Cobo Center in Detroit on Friday morning. Owner Dan Duffy of Marietta, Georgia was attending to last minute detailing but was ready to talk with anyone who stopped by to comment on his car. He explained that he has built this […]

Project Car: ’55 Chevy Bel Air, 2 Door Hardtop

Meet our Project ’55! 1955 Chevy Bel Air, 2-door hardtop Thought we’d give you a sneak peek at what’s coming down the pike here at Eckler’s. This “seen better days” Bel Air will be undergoing a complete body-off restoration. It will be rebuilt to keep that classic Tri-5 look, but will include the following modifications: […]

57 Bel Air – Ridler Candidate

When you look over the field of candidates competing for the 2014 Detroit Autorama Ridler Award you have to consider John Sadler’s 1957 Chevy Bel Air Hardtop as a spoiler. It’s good enough to win the award, but Sadler is presenting a car here for the first time. The plus that he has going for […]

Stolen ’57 Chevy Comes Back To Owner 30 Years Later

By Justin Hyde Motoramic If you’re unlucky enough to have your car stolen, there’s roughly an 80 percent chance that your car will be found. Those numbers paid off for a retired northern California mechanic when his stolen 1957 Chevy Bel Air was recovered by law enforcement — 30 years after it went missing, and in […]

A Brief History of the Chevrolet Super Sport

When it comes right down to it, Chevrolet’s storied performance history can be summed up in two simple letters— “SS”. Sure, names like Chevelle, Camaro and Nova conjure up visions of tire-smoking prowess. And of course, cubic-inch call-outs such as “396”, “427” and “454” all bring to mind big torque and power. But the “SS” […]