Common questions

What kind of engine does a Chevy Chevette have?

What kind of engine does a Chevy Chevette have?

It was underpowered too, originally being offered with a 1.4-liter Four making 53 hp or a 1.6-liter version of the same engine rated at 70 hp. Chevrolet saved itself a lot of development time and money by picking up the Chevette design from GM Brazil.

When did General Motors stop making the Chevette?

But it also meant that for 11 years GM didn’t bother developing an advanced small car specifically for the American market. In fact, when it finally came time to replace the Chevette in 1987, what Chevrolet did was create the “Geo” sub-brand and put redecorated Isuzus and Suzukis onto the Chevette’s bottom rung on the model ladder.

What’s the price of a 1983 Chevette scooter?

This 1983 Chevrolet Chevette Scooter has been with the same owners, and was garaged, for three decades. It’s now listed on eBay with an unmet opening bid of $4,500!

What kind of scooter does a Chevette have?

The Scooter was the base model for the Chevette, and they also had Woody and Rally packages for those who wanted to spiff things up a bit. The white and black theme carries on to the inside. The only real flaw appears to be a sagging headliner.

What makes a complete car a complete kit?

Most kits use the engine or entire rolling chassis from an existing donor model, and sport their own unique design (which is sometimes based on or loosely-insured by a production exotic or race car ).

Is there such a thing as a kit car?

While kit cars have existed for just about as long the automobile itself, there’s an enormous number of offerings that have been produced over the years straight on through to this day and beyond.

What kind of kit does a VW Beetle have?

Based around the classic Type 1 VW Beetle, the kit features a fiberglass body, three-piece fiberglass dash, polished steel bumpers front and aft, headlights, indicators, and the other necessary bits for road-legal status.

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Ruth Doyle