Possibly the most collectible and modifyable of all classic cars and certainly one of the most collectible classic cars of all time, the 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevrolet models broke major new ground when it was introduced selling over a 1.5 million copies in just three years.Read More
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Detroit executives found that prototype show cars presented an ideal opportunity to test reactions to future styling while shedding a halo glow around production models. General Motors led the field, but both Ford and Chrysler weren’t far behind.Read More
Inspired by the sales success of the four-seat Ford Thunderbird, Buick's response came in 1963 in the form of the Riviera. This car, today, is an affordable classic that can be beautiful in original condition or modified.Read More