AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, offers a diverse docket of classic and collector vehicles each week, but I couldn’t help but notice the eye-catching bundle of Chevy’s up for auction.
Below are 4 Chevys up for auction I would bid on if I had the chance:
An iconic classic, this restored Bel Air looks to be in great condition with a beautiful Tropical Turquoise exterior and custom tweed interior.
According to the seller, the exterior brightwork, with the exception of a newer rear bumper, is original to the car.
Interior amenities include an aftermarket wood-rimmed steering wheel, a Chevrolet-branded radio with tape player, a floor-mounted Hurst manual shifter topped with a cueball-style Hurst shift knob and an aftermarket JVC AM/FM radio head unit with CD player.
Power comes from a rebuilt 283cid V8 equipped with Power Pack heads, aluminum valve covers, an aftermarket Holley four-barrel carburetor, a Be Cool aluminum radiator, a chrome air cleaner housing and an Optima Redtop battery. It’s linked to a Muncie M20 4-speed manual sourced from a later-model Chevy.
This second-generation F-body Camaro Z/28 RS two-door coupe is equipped with a front and rear aero treatment, an F41 suspension package with recent replacement KYB shock absorbers and a positraction rear end.
Refinished in 2015 in its original Mulsanne Blue paint, the body features black stripes, black vinyl trim and Rally Sport equipment, including a special grille, split chrome bumpers and hide-away windshield wipers. It also wears a chin spoiler, a high-rise hood, rear deck spoiler and a polished dual exhaust system.
According to the seller, the interior was refurbished in 2014 using replacement components from Parts Unlimited Incorporated. It houses reupholstered black vinyl bucket seats, a modern audio system and a Hurst chrome shift ball.
Under the hood is a rebuilt 350cid LT1 four-barrel V8 factory rated at 360 horsepower and linked to a Muncie M22 4-speed manual transmission.
This Electron Blue Metallic C5 Corvette has been driven just 38,203 miles since new and looks to be in decent condition with some slight wear in the interior.
The body features characteristic pop-up headlights, mesh grille inserts, 50th anniversary badging and a custom Borla duel exhaust at the rear with polished outlets.
Inside, the interior is trimmed in black leather and houses a short-throw shifter, dual-zone automatic climate control, power windows and a Bose AM/FM/CD audio system.
Power comes from a 405-horsepower 5.7-liter LS6 V8 mated to a T-56 6-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential.
According to this Chevelle’s listing, it’s one of just 278 units made with the optional V75 Traction Compound Canisters.
It’s finished in black with a matching vinyl roof and white side-striping across the length of the body. The quad headlights have chrome bezels that nicely complement the chrome grille featuring an SS 396 badge.
The all-black interior houses front bucket seats, a horseshoe shifter, chrome-trimmed console, an aftermarket AM/FM radio and factory air conditioning.
Under the hood is a 396/325-horsepower V8 equipped with a Rochester Q-Jet four-barrel carburetor with an open-element air clean updated with an H.E.I ignition system.
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