Last summer we had the opportunity to attend the ninth annual Chevell-abration held at Moss-Wright Park in Goodlettsville, Tennessee (just outside of Nashville). Tell you what, if you own a Chevelle, are planning on buying one, or just love admiring these cool musclecars, this was the place to be.
More than 400 enthusiasts with their Chevelles and family members attended. Sponsors of the show were OPG, Year One, COMP Cams, Flowmaster, Holley, Trim Parts, SoffSeal, Ground Up Restorations, Baer, Hinshaw's Chevelle Parts, and the Right Stuff. Our longtime pal Chuck Hanson, president of the American Chevelle Enthusiasts Society (ACES), helped to ensure that this year's Chevell-abration was the best one so far.
The festivities included drag racing at Music City Raceway, a swap meet filled with hard-to-find parts and cars, special musclecar-focused seminars, Chevelle product vendors, and much more. To complete the event Chuck brought in a team of chefs to dish up lots of southern-style chicken, cornbread, beans, and slaw for the final day's lunch. Then he spent the next several hours handing out some very well-deserved trophies.
If you'd like to learn more about Chevell-abration or how to become a member of ACES, contact the American Chevelle Enthusiasts Society, 4636 Lebanon Pike, Ste. 195, Nashville, TN 37076-1316; call (615) 773-A.C.E.S. (2237); visit www.chevelles.com/aces.
If you are under 25 years old and own a cool Chevy-whether it's new, old, or a work-in-progress-we want to see it. Send or e-mail your prints and hi-res photos to: Young Guns, Chevy High Performance, 6420 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048; email@example.com.