Chevelle, no we are not referring to the band. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile that debuted in 1964. Production ended in 1977 after being one of General Motors’ most successful cars. The Chevelle line ranged from economical family cars to powerful coupes and convertibles, which is probably why they were so popular. There was literally a Chevelle for everyone and everyone’s needs. Initially, the Malibu was the top trim level of the Chevelle line. It was later replaced by the Chevelle name entirely after 1977. The Chevrolet Monte Carlo, a very successful model itself was based on the Chevelle chassis. Chevrolet introduced the Chevelle to compete with the Ford Fairlane, which was of a similar size. Not only that, it was intended to return some models to the Chevrolet line that were to the likes of the popular 1955 through 1957 models. Starting in 1966 four-door hardtops were available until 1972.
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Larger families could select a two-door station wagon between 1964 and 1965. The El Camino, which was a utility version of the Chevelle station wagon, was also part of the lineup. Furthermore, the Chevelle has made a number of appearances on the big screen and elsewhere. It appeared on “King of the Road”, in a number of Dirty Harry films, in the extremely popular Quentin Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction, in The Fast and the Furious starring Vin Diesel, in Repo Man, starring Emilio Estevez, in S.W.A.T., in Dazed and Confused, in Talladega Nights and even in the video game Gran Turismo 4 for the Playstation 2. Why exactly the car has such a following by the Hollywood folks is hard to say. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that it is so recognizable and seemingly relatable to various storylines. Nevertheless, it may be like a famous artist; it has become more popular post death. Use our car transport quote calculator, which we created first, to receive an instant auto shipping rate for the Chevy Chevelle.<< Back to Vehicle Index