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?
Your grandfather beamed with pride when he brought home a ’50 Fleetline from the dealership. You took your first high school road trip in a ’73 Malibu, and later camped with your kids in a K5 Blazer. From workaday farm trucks to the revolutionary Corvette, Chevrolet cars are intertwined with American history, with our personal histories. So we ask you, InMyGarage readers, what is the single greatest Chevrolet vehicle ever?
Share your opinion and stories in the comments, and…
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