Posted on 13. Apr, 2013 by BajaBusta.
Due to their relatively low sales volumes, sport coupe redesign intervals generally extend well beyond the shelf life of a mainstream sedan. Which means they have to look good and perform well for a long time. And that prescription accurately describes the Chevrolet Camaro and its corporate cousin, the Pontiac Firebird. The [...]
Posted on 01. Mar, 2013 by BajaBusta.
Chevrolet’s introduction of the LT1 in 1992 as the base engine in the Corvette phased out the L98-based Callaway Twin Turbo. Callaway’s SuperNatural® engines succeeded the Twin Turbo, employing tuned, unboosted, “natural” aspiration principles in the engine design. They were based on both the pushrod 2-valve LT1 as well as the ZR1′s overhead cam, 4-valve [...]
Posted on 26. Feb, 2013 by BajaBusta.
The Impala SS concept was the brainchild of Jon Moss, then-manager of Chevrolet Special Vehicles. The B-body Caprice, redesigned in 1991 into the unflatteringly nicknamed “Orca” body style, wasn’t exactly setting the sales charts on fire. In late 1992, Jim Perkins, the general manager of Chevrolet, asked Jon if he could [...]
Posted on 12. Feb, 2013 by BajaBusta.
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo offered good looks, room, and power at a very reasonable price. Introduced in 1995 in its final iteration, Chevrolet gave the Monte Carlo name to a two-door version of the Lumina. It also shared basic underpinnings with the remaining GM-10 clan including the Cutlass Supreme, Grand Prix [...]
Posted on 30. Jan, 2013 by BajaBusta.
Bowing in the spring of 89′ for the 1990 chase, Chevy’s mid-size Lumina coupe ad sedan took over the comparable Celebrity models to complete the planned GM10 quartet. This standard four-door, riding a 107.5 inch wheel base took some 55 percent of the lines 295,007 debut-year sales.
Posted on 11. Dec, 2012 by BajaBusta.
Chevy revived the nostalgic Impala SS handle for a heated up 1994 Caprice with a 260-horse version of the Corvette LT1 V8,plus unique styling touches and police inspired chassis tuning. Base price was just $22,495, quite a bargain. It is really too bad that the future of GM’s large rear-wheel drive sedans was not bright, [...]
Posted on 08. Dec, 2012 by BajaBusta.
Reason versus passion. Chevrolet relied on the fact that the young often confuse these two elements of life to seduce them with their 1994 Camaro so gorgeous as to tempt a saint, and giving them enough excitement to eradicate a ton of hang ups. What is worse is that it worked very well. The 1994 [...]
Posted on 30. Nov, 2012 by BajaBusta.
When it was unveiled in 1993, some thought many of its individual design licks were outrageous, especially the overstated side-view mirrors, the maximized windshield wipers and the deep well in the trunk. Redesigned for the first time in 11 years,Chevy camaro fans cheered at 1993s new fourth generation coupes. Chevy carried over many of the [...]
Posted on 26. Aug, 2012 by BajaBusta.
Six performance cars battle it out. From two rotors, to eight pistons. Two seats to four. RWD vs AWD. USA vs the world. You name it this competition has it all! See how these cars rank,when Toyota’s new for 94 Supra takes on the the RX7, Stealth R/T, 300ZX Turbo, Porche’s 968 [...]