We could have called this issue of Chevy Classics the “Winners Circle”, in that we have several pages of winners from both the 2013 Orlando Winter National Show and the 2012 Gambler Classic River Run Show. We know how much our readers like to look through the winner’s photos, hoping to see their car or a buddy’s ride. You’ll enjoy the coverage of this year’s Winter National Show. (more…)
It’s incredible how quickly the new year is slipping by–here we are reading the April 2013 issue of Chevy Classics. This issue features several very special Chevrolets. Our cover car is one of the finest LS6 Chevelles in the nation. If you’re looking for the unusual, you’ll enjoy the Richard Engleman ’57 210 Classic featured on page 22. A special 1966 Nova Super Sport rounds out the featured Chevrolet collection for this month. We know you’ll find your favorite Classic Chevy in this April issue.
This month’s tech article tackles one of the most puzzling problems facing any restorer: “What color silver is that anyway?” Join Jeff Lilly as he explains the differences in silver paint and their applications in the “Silver Shootout!” You’ll soon see that not all silver paints are created equally. (more…)
In 1974, my friends, Doug Moorhead and Danny Howell, set out on an adventure. They were starting a club for 1955-1957 “all models” Chevrolets. The only other club of this type was the National Nomad Club. Membership in the newly formed Classic Chevy Club was $10/year. In December of 1974, the first copy of the monthly magazine was mailed to the club’s 300+ members. This first issue consisted of eight black and white pages. By the second issue, plans and promotions were well underway for the first Classic Chevy Convention. (more…)