1963 Chevrolet Impala Rendered As A Lowrider

The 1963 Chevrolet Impala has become a staple of the lowrider community. This classic Chevrolet cruiser, along with the later 1964 model year, are considered the holy grail of lowriders, as they are the preferred vehicle of choice for some of the most talented and well-known builders.

While rendering artist Abimelec Arellano may not know much about building lowriders, he does know a whole lot about creating digital drawings of cars, trucks and SUVs. So when a fan of his reached out and asked him to render a custom lowrider based on a 1963 Chevrolet Impala, he accepted this rather difficult challenge and set to work.

“When @clapdout reached out to order this very particular set of 1963 Chevrolet Impala renderings I really wasn’t sure how the styling was going to work out, but I am very happy to report that I absolutely love the result: a purpose built drag

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Custom 1972 Chevrolet C10 Is A Bowtie Postcard



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Hugger Orange and more bowties than cylinders!

Custom trucks always command a little extra presence when rolling up to a car show, and this 1972 Chevrolet C10 is surely going to get attention wherever it goes. There isn’t about this truck that hasn’t been customized and modified, and if you’re in the market for a flashy, show-ready classic truck, this bad boy will be up for auction later this month.

There are numerous custom touches added to this C10, but it definitely flies the Chevrolet flag loudly and proudly wearing Chevy’s signature Hugger Orange paint job with no less than nine bowtie logos visible on this truck. Despite coming from this body style’s final model year (1972), this C10 wears the nose of the first model year (1967) defined by the single headlights and stacked grille, while the rear of the truck replaces the factory bed

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Flashback To The ’80s In This T-Top 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo



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One of the cleanest and most original G-bodies you’ll find.

GM’s G-body cars were some of the most iconic of the ’80s with the Chevrolet Monte Carlo being among the more popular of these rear-drive coupes. The fourth-generation Monte Carlo was built from 1981 through 1988, but this 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS that will be up for grabs through Raleigh Classic Car Auctions is by far one of the nicest on the market.

As if a t-top Monte Carlo SS isn’t desirable enough, this ’80s muscle car survives today with less than 14,000 original miles after just three documented owners. The auction listing says that this car is 100 percent original and loaded with options, and it shows extremely well from its white paint job and original five-spoke wheels to the burgundy cloth interior and factory AM/FM/cassette stereo system.

The 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

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How Chevrolet designed the 2020 C8 Corvette sports car

Following is a transcript of the video.

Aj Caldwell: This is the new Corvette, the latest installment of America’s longest-running sports car. And this is Kirk Bennion.

Kirk Bennion: Hi, my name is Kirk Bennion. I’m an exterior design manager at Chevrolet, and we’re gonna do a design breakdown of the new 2020 C8 Corvette.

Aj: He’s gonna take us through crucial design elements that helped evolve the C8 into a wildly different car while remaining true to traditional Corvette design. And we’re gonna start where every other Corvette starts: the wheels. In fact, the entire design is what Kirk describes as “wheel oriented.”

Kirk: That means that when you look at the profile of the fenders, we’re basically, we’re drawing them right over the wheels. It’s almost like you’ve taken the wheels and pushed them up into the body. And this gives us the muscular fenders and the muscular

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LS6-Powered 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Convertible Is A Killer Cruiser



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’68 style with ’70 muscle.

The 1970 Chevelle LS6 is the ultimate expression of a muscle car, but you can’t beat the looks of a ’68 Chevelle. Combining the best of both worlds, this 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Convertible being sold through Crown Concepts has a stock appearance, but it has been modified to accommodate one of the most legendary engines of the muscle car era – the 454 cubic-inch LS6 big-block V8.

It’s hard to go wrong with any second-generation Chevelle, but the first year – 1968 – is arguably the best for this body style. From appearances only, this 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle looks like a gorgeous stock restoration with a deep Daytona Blue with a black top, black interior and factory-style Rallye wheels.

Not that a Chevelle plastered with SS396 badges could be considered a sleeper by any means, but there’s no doubt this bad

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