by Steve Alexander
Many muscle car enthusiasts and experts alike hail the Pontiac GTO as the first real muscle car. Even a group of boys who would hang out at the beach sang a hit song about that car. With only a few exceptions however, none have been held in as high regard as the Chevelle Super Sport. Spanning three generations from 1964 to 1977 and offered in many configurations from coupe, sedan, hardtop, convertible and even station wagon, the Chevelle has proven to be a true American classic muscle car. From the 1964 Chevelle Super Sport to the last Chevelle Super Sport offered in 1973, the SS moniker remains synonymous with performance.
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