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1. Stan Mosiello — 1969 Chevelle 300 Deluxe Coupe
Quick Shot: Stan fulfilled a lifelong dream when this Chevelle went up for sale near his home. Since buying it, he’s replaced all the rusty metal, added new poly bushings, Global West control arms, and has dreams of yanking the 305 for a well-built 454.
2. Jase Wingate — 1977 Nova
Quick Shot: This was Jase’s first car, bought in 1991, and it’s still with him. Over the years, he’s added a 400HP 350, lowered the car, and added a custom grille.
3. Scott Lloyd — 1968 Camaro
Quick Shot: With only 31,000 original miles, Scott’s the second owner of this ’68. It still wears a 45-year-old lacquer job that Scott jokes that he’s added 10 coats of wax, too, so it keeps that vintage shine. To add a little sportiness, Scott installed a factory rear spoiler.
4. Richard Gorny — 1979 Monte Carlo
Quick Shot: Richard bought his Monte brand-new in 1979, drove it for 22 years, then stored it for 11. He recently brought it back out in the sun. The Monte still has its original 4.4L small-block, and there’s 82K on the odometer.
5. Sean Kimble — 1966 Corvette
Quick Shot: Sean’s original 427 Vette has a very colorful history. Bought new by Sean’s neighbor, the Sting Ray was drag raced in the ’60s and ’70s. When Sean bought the car, it only had 14,660 miles on the clock.
6. Jim Jackson — 1957 Bel Air Hardtop
Quick Shot: Jim’s ’57 is a real head turner. At its first Super Chevy Show in Memphis last year, it garnered awards for Best in Class, Best Tri-Five, and an Editor’s Choice pick. The custom shoebox has a built 350, four-link rear suspension, front tubular control arms, shaved emblems, recessed door handles, and top-notch attention to detail.