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The Chevrolet Chevelle SS was most well known for the 454 big block V-8 that topped the car’s power band, but another option was available.
The 396 SS car had a little less power, drank a little less gas, and gave a power option to those with a little less income to spend
When was Chevelle most popular?
Your definitive 1968–72 Chevelle SS buyer’s guide – Hagerty Media Next up is the popularity of certain model years.
According to Ausley, 1970 models are far and away the most desirable Chevelles to target, a fact that’s reflected in their pricing and how often this year shows up in pop culture.
The Chevelle Super Sport was Chevrolet’s 60s muscle car monster.
Chevrolet’s first foray into the Muscle Car world was with the Chevelle Super Sport (or SS) introduced in 1964.
The Monte Carlo trim was by far the most popular model in the entire Chevelle lineup,
which would eventually lead to it getting its own vehicle line in 1978
The Chevelle served as a bridge between Chevrolet’s Impala and Chevy II/Nova, as the Impala was Chevrolet’s large car and the Chevy II/Nova was their compact offering.
To strike a balance between these two models, Chevrolet produced the mid-sized Chevelle
- 1970 Chevelle SS 454. The “SS” in this gorgeous car stands for Super Sport. …
- 1964 Malibu SS 327. …
- 1965 Malibu SS 396.