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10 Chevrolets that Time Forgot About

Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets Chevrolet has been a symbol of American engineering and an automotive innovator for over 100 years. Throughout this time, Chevy has constructed a lot of different vehicles - some concepts, others productions models. The following information is a reminder of some of those productions cars that time forgot.

10 Chevys That Will Take You Back

Without further ado, here are ten of the most iconic Chevrolet's that you haven't seen or heard of for some time. valley-chevy-Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Model 490 Source: Wikipedia.com

#1 Model 490

Production: 1915 - 1922 Price: $490 Though named for its price, the 490's cost didn't remain at $490 for long. In fact, the price averaged about $820 by 1921.
valley-chevy-Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Greenbriar Source: Wikipedia.com

#2 Greenbriar Rampside

Production: 1961 - 1965 Price: n/a When the Greenbria Rampside hit the market, buyers could choose from either a work van or pickup truck.
valley-chevy-Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Nova Source: Wikipedia.com

#3 Chevy II / Nova

Production: 1961 - 1979 & 1985 - 1988 Price: $2,475 Up until 1968, the Nova was the top selling model for Chevrolet and from 1969 to 1979, Chevy II was dropped from the its name.
Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Laguna Source: Wikipedia.com

#4 Chevelle Laguna

Production: 1972 - 1976 Price: $3,723 In 1973, you could buy a Laguna as a sedan, coupe, or station wagon - making this an iconic family car from the 70s.
valley-chevy-Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Monza Source: Wikipedia.com

#5 Monza

Production: 1980 - 1985 Price: $6,000 Chevy's Citation was a three-door hatchback, five-door hatchback, and a two-door coupe during the early 80s and a car this writer remembers seeing a lot of during that era.
Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Citation Source: Wikipedia.com

#6 Citation

Production: 1915 - 1922 Price: $490
valley-chevy-Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Sprint Source: Wikipedia.com

#7 Sprint

Production: 1983 - 2003 Price: $n/a The Chevrolet Sprint design has been shared by a number of different makes and models, including Suzuki Swift, Geo Metro, Pontiac Firefly, and Holden Barina.
valley-chevy-Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Corsica Source: Wikipedia.com

#8 Corsica

Production: 1987 - 1996 Price: $n/a You'll probably still see some of these L-body platform Corsica cars on the road, especiall considering they were still being built a little over 20 years ago.
Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Lumina Source: Wikipedia.com

#9 Lumina APV

Production: 1989 - 1986 Price: $n/a This was General Motors' answer to the Dodge Caravan. Looks like the Caravan won convincingly in this head-to-head battle. Valley Chevy Phoenix - Forgotten Chevrolets: Corvair Source: Wikipedia.com

#10 Corvair

Production: 1959 - 1969 Price: $2,000 The Corvair screams 1960s and you could buy this beauty in a two-door coupe, four-door sedan, or convertible two-door.
Thanks to CheatSheet for compiling this list of forgotten Chevys. To learn more about the cars featured above, including its history, head over to CheatSheet by clicking here: 10 Forgotten Chevrolets That You Should Know About

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