We have had Novas and Trucks , El Caminos and Impalas but we haven't had a 60's Chevelle or Malibu. This looks like a great entry level 2 door hardtop with all the stuff you need to get started and most of the fun decisions left to be made.
1964 Chevrolet Malibu
I learned to drive in a 1964 Impala. It was a 283, powerglide, power steering with tilt wheel and rear seat speaker car. I could get up to 75 mph across the field at my Grandma's house before I had to stop for the road. Memories... here is a chance to go back there.
On one of those TV shows where they talk about cars they claimed Amphicars were not very good cars and were not very good boats but they did drive and they did float. I am fascinated by not only the concept but the confidence of the restorers that actually float these vehicles at different events. I expect that there might be some at Plunkett's next weekend. There is still time to go buy this one and take it for a cruise. Amphicar
Back in the eighties we drove a 55 sedan and a 56 sedan delivery.
I always thought a tri five wagon would be a good addition to our collection. This one I actually went and looked at:
1956 Chevrolet Wagon
Back when our son Andrew was still in a car seat we owned a 1977 Buick Riviera that I bought at a Canada Customs Auction. Apparently it had been seized at Canada Customs for some undisclosed reason. It was a Florida Car and I figured if it made it all the way from Florida it should be a good beater car. It had been questionably maintained and loved oil and had 2 rear axles with different bolt patterns - I had to swap one so I could run the Buick Ralleys - even a beater has to have matching wheels. I have written about sellers remorse before and although I don't miss THAT Riviera, I would love another one. 1977 Buick Riviera
If the Beverly Hillbillies had loaded up the truck and moved to Wisconsin, this might be their truck. Imagination required. Some assembly necessary. Price is right . How much would be left after trailering it through Chicago. Always wanted to get back to the Wisconsin Dells. Ford Model A truck
Well I am missing my suburban. Tonight we wanted to take the whole family to Retofest in Chatham and had to take 2 trucks. Now don't get me wrong it is pretty cool running the 67 and 64 together down the road but having to and not having a choice has me looking for a 4 or 5 seater. If older is better and local history rings sentimental you will like my pick for today.
A Windsor built Ford of Canada model T.
Many years ago , Mike , Mario and I went south into Ohio to pick up a 49 Ford Coupe. The seller also had a really clean 51 Chev fastback and a 52 Chevrolet 3 door that had been built for one of the rail roads. It even had the name of the railroad stamped into the swinging tailgate. Unfortunately we only had room for one project but I have kept my eyes open for another railroad truck ever since. This one is not nearly as nice as that one and the shape of the doors don't make the 4 door styling as pleasing as the 52 was but it is still unique.
Chevrolet C10 C20
ever sell a car and then miss it
this looks a lot like one I used to own
1986 Buick Regal
long roof, street rod, rare, this one is pretty cool. I wish they had some good exterior side shots but I think this car is definitely going on my watch list so I can see what it sells for. olds woody wagon