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Chevrolet’s answer to Pontiac’s GTO, the Chevelle was General Motors’ muscle car for the masses. With an abundance of Chevelles today awaiting restoration, this Motorbooks Original Series title detailing factory-correct replacement parts is sure to prove extremely valuable to enthusiasts. The abundance of information serial and engine numbers, paint codes, trim, options, and technical tips featured here are essential to enthusiasts interested in achieving an authentic restoration. The author’s expert advice is sure to help readers avoid the pitfalls that can often ruin an otherwise successful restoration. Lavishly illustrated with exclusive color photography to emphasize all of the information described.
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Jim Schild is the publisher of The Auto Review and is the author of several books in the Collector’s Originality Guide series, including Challenger and Barracuda 1970–1974, Chevrolet Camaro 1970–1981, and Ford Model A. He has also written two acclaimed histories of Chrysler’s racing efforts, Proving Ground: A History of Dodge, Plymouth, and Chrysler Racing, and Maximum Performance: Mopar Super Stock Drag Racing 1962–1969. Schild lives in Columbia, Illinois, and is a member of 15 local and national collector car organizations, including the Society of Automotive Historians.Review:
Hemmings Muscle Machines, June 2006 (circ.: 55,000) We actually get excited when a new book in Motorbooks’ Original series comes out. Whether it’s a muscle car, motorcycle or import, it always goes right into the Hemmings library. Over the years, Motorbooks Original series has become one of the most trusted names in the game. It’s one we turn to regularly for research, and we can’t think of a stronger endorsement than that.”
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Book Description Motorbooks, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0760321663