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Pure Brilliance – Michael Petramalo’s 1954 Chevy Pickup

Pure Brilliance – Michael Petramalo’s 1954 Chevy Pickup

The pickup was born as a farm hand. Destined to spend its entire life in the fields, it was the bare basics… built for durability with a mundane powertrain, a sparse interior, and very little flash in the styling department. This segment of the automotive market evolved and the pickup eventually became an urban social climber. The utilitarian aura of earlier pickups make them great hot rods, and the fat-fendered Chevy’s of the ‘50s are among the most desirable of these platforms.

by 01/11/2019 0 comments Featured Car
Corvettes On Point At Caffeine & Gasoline®

Corvettes On Point At Caffeine & Gasoline®

We welcomed the New Year at Griot’s Garage and rebel rousing Corvettes of every era took center stage. Rumbling V8s were the order of the day as Chevrolet’s halo performance marque was the theme of our Caffeine & Gasoline cruise-in car show.

by 01/09/2019 0 comments Car Culture, Event Coverage, Events
Your 1957 Chevy Bel Air Wallpapers Are Here

Your 1957 Chevy Bel Air Wallpapers Are Here

Tri-Five fans rejoice we have a smokin’ hot ’57 Bel Air for your wallpaper downloading pleasure. The Chevy was the cover car of catalog #384. It runs a well-dressed 400-horse, 396-cubic-inch, big-block V8 scavenged from a 1969 Camaro. Read more at griotsgarage.com, then put a free wallpaper on your desktop!

by 05/07/2014 0 comments Cars, Downloads, Griot's Garage, Photos
El Camino: Crunk or Junk?

El Camino: Crunk or Junk?

On this day in 1958, Chevrolet introduced its infamous car/truck hybrid, the El Camino. Unfortunately, Ford had beaten Chevy to market with its Ranchero, and the bowtie was discontinued after two years. As Ranchero’s shrunk to fit the Falcon platform, Chevy saw an opportunity and reintroduced its “coupe utility vehicle” in 1964.

by 10/16/2012 3 comments Cars, Crunk or Junk?
What’s the greatest Chevrolet car or truck ever?

What’s the greatest Chevrolet car or truck ever?

On this day in 1918, General Motors acquired the Chevrolet Motor Company, and positioned the fledgling automaker to create mainstream vehicles to compete with Ford. In the years that followed, Chevrolet produced some of the most iconic cars and trucks ever to grace the roads. Who can’t spot the fins of a ’57 Bel Air from a hundred yards?

Chevrolet Unplugs The New Volt at Griot’s Garage

Chevrolet Unplugs The New Volt at Griot’s Garage

With the Volt, Chevrolet is set to revolutionize the way we look at electric automobiles. To show the public just how cool these cars are, the automaker recently launched a cross-country tour, and Griot’s Garage was honored to be chosen as the first stop, playing host to Chevrolet, excited test drivers, and a media entourage.

by 10/27/2010 3 comments Car Culture, Cars, Events, Griot's Garage, Photos