The 1956 Chevrolet Corvette featured a new body featuring concave sides with two-tone option, a new powered convertible top and glass windows that rolled up. Outfitted with a V8 and either a 3 speed manual transmission or new optional powerglide automatic. This model year was available in Arctic Blue, Aztec Copper, Onyx Black, Polo White, Silver, Venetian Red,Cascade Green
The ever classic 1957 Chevy Bel Air has been a staple with auto enthusiasts and car clubs all over the world. Now you can show your custom car pride with our completely original design of a 57 Chevrolet Bel Air on this quality t-shirt in just about any color and size you could ever need including the Big and Tall sizes 3XL, 4XL and 5XL.
The 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle was created to compete with the popular Ford Fairlane. The 300 was the base model. The Malibu was the upgrade to the 300 and and came with interior and performance upgrades. The Malibu SS was the high performance version and included SS wheel covers trim package. This model year was available in Tuxedo Black, Meadow Green, Bahama Green, Silver Blue, Daytona Blue, Azure Aqua, Lagoon Aqua, Almond Fawn, Ember Red, Riverside Red, Saddle Tan, Ermine White, Desert Beige, Satin Silver, Goldwood Yellow and Palomar Red.
The 1968 Chevrolet Corvette had bold new styling based on the Mako Shark II concept car. With voluptuous curves, bigger rear tires and removable T-Tops this was a whole new Vette. Stingray badging was removed from the 68 but returned in 1969. It came with 327 small block V8 or a 427 big block V8 and ranged from 300 hp to 435 hp. This model year was available in Tuxedo Black, International Blue, Silverstone Silver, Corvette Bronze, Cordovan Maroon, British Green, Polar White, Rally Red, Safari Yellow, Le Mans Blue.
The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro came with a new, more aggressive looking front end and grille. Available in several options including the standard Sport Coupe, High Performance Super Sport, a ready for the race track Z/28 and Rally Sport option that could be added to any model. This year had several extreme performance upgrades available such as the ZL-1 and the Yenko Camaro which included the L-72. This model year was available in Dover White, Glacier Blue, Le Mans Blue, Dusk Blue, Olympic Gold, Azure Turquoise, Frost Green, Cortez Silver, Garnet Red, Fathom Green, Hugger Orange, Daytona Yellow, Butternut Yellow, Rallye Green, Dusk Blue, Burnished Brown, Burgundy and Tuxedo Black.
The K5 Chevrolet Blazer was the answer to the International Harvester Scout, the Jeep CJ series and the Ford Bronco. With more modern features like air conditioning and an automatic transmission the Blazer was a great ride on and off road.
Originally known as the best model of the Chevy II (or Chevy 2) line up the Nova became the official name in 1969. The second generation Chevy II ended with the 1967 year and was given the name plate “Nova SS” for the Super Sport model. This was the first time the name Nova was used on the cars body.