The Chevrolet Chevelle was one of General Motors more successful models and was produced in three generations from 1964 to 1977. The Chevelle had several body styles from convertible couples to station wagons and was the platform for the Chevy Monte Carlo that was introduced in 1970. The first Chevelles were intended to compete with the Ford Fairlane but once the SS models were produced the Chevelle's were kneedeep in the Muscle Car market. Various V8 engines were offered over the years some producing up to 450 hp and measuring 454 cubic inches. The 71 shown here (the black one) went through a redesign from the previous year and was the first model to go with the single headlight and the new round taillights. The Blue Chevelle you see here is a 1972 model that we shot at Garage Glam 5 courtesy of Mr. Dale Power. The most popular of Chevelle models were the Yenko Chevelles, developed by retired Racer Don Yenko (who also made a line of Camaros and Novas) Those extremely limited Super Chevelles sported a 427 V8 that kicked out 425 hp and included an upgraded drive train. Today those same Yenko Chevelles are being auctioned off for over two million dollars.