Many of you were reading Super Chevy in the 1980s. But if you weren't, your father and mother probably were. It seems like yesterday, but it was a time period going back 25-34 years. The '80s can best be summed up as a decade when many of the great '60s-era Chevrolets probably saw their third or fourth owners—then their first refurbishment or restoration. The forgotten muscle cars and Corvettes of the '60s began their march to immortality beginning in the early part of the Reagan years. By the late '80s, it seemed like everyone chose to show off their gleaming Bow Tie either at a national club convention or a Super Chevy event.
Similar memories are taking place today at Super Chevy Shows from coast to coast. We see attendees at them now who were going to them back in the '80s. Decades from now, Super Chevy will be writing about a lot that went on at our events in the new millen-nium. All we can say is, "Groovy, daddy-o."