Chevelle Books and CD Products


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Books I've written or co-written

Chevelle Data and ID Guide

1964-1972 Chevelle Data & ID Guide
This 5x8 pocket guide is an invaluable resource of information and covers all models (300, 300 Deluxe, Malibu, Malibu SS, SS396) and body styles (sedans, station wagons, sport coupes, convertibles, and sedan pickups) of Chevelle from 1964 through 1972 with 238 pages of color photos, facts on production numbers of each model in each year, interior trim codes, colors and availability for each year, engine codes, rear end axle codes, and a whole lot more.

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

This book covers the two SS options, SS 396 and SS 454, and what those two options came with as standard equipment and what was available as options. My 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS book is the first in a series of MUSCLE CARS IN DETAIL by Car Tech Books of muscle cars of the era.

Over 100 color and b/w photos of the cars, interiors, engines, and various options are found in this 6x9 guide. Facts are shown with documented proof and many, many myths and misconceptions are dispelled. Included are some rare photos of several design concepts and options contemplated for the 1970 Chevelle from GM's archives.

Two of the eras most successful quarter-mile race cars are highlighted, the Ray Allen driven, Truppi/Kling tuned LS6 convertible that dominated SS/EA drag racing and the SuperBird from Chrysler with a 512-cubic inch "cheater" engine expressly built to taking out the Chevelle. Also highlighted is Bob Hamilton's well-known "Red Alert" LS6 sport coupe. This SS/DA Chevelle actually started life as a present for Mr. Hamilton's wife with options like power windows, vanity mirror, AM/FM stereo tape player and tilt steering column before finding its way to the drag strip.

Definitive Chevelle SS Guide 1964-1972

Chevrolet's Chevelle introduction into the growing midsize car market was met with great acceptance. The "Super Sport" nameplate was synonymous with Chevrolet and the Chevelle enhanced it from 1964 through 1972. Around 3,874,500 Chevelles were built for U.S. sale during this time. Of these, 554,695 were ordered as Malibu SS, SS396, or SS-equipment-optioned Chevelles. One secret to the Chevelle's success was the multiple series and body styles that were available to fit just about anyone's needs.

1970-1972 Chevelle Restoration Guide

Co-authored with Rick Nelson of MuscleCar Restoration and Design.

Musclecar Restoration & Design Shop

Rick is a recognized LS6 Chevelle expert and his shop turns out some of the finest 1970 LS6 Chevelle restorations in the country.

Whether your goal is a nice daily driver, weekend cruiser and local car show entrant or a full blown Concours restoration, this book is filled with details on how to restore your 1970-1972 Chevelle from a checklist of important things to look for with the original purchase to correct plating, painting, decals/stickers, etc. are here. Plant differences, engine, transmission, and rear end  differences, all are detailed here in 239 pages.

Celebrate Chevrolet's wildly successful 1969 Chevelle SS396 with this comprehensive publication that covers options for the engine, transmission, paint, aesthetics, and more! Chevrolet's marketing campaign for the 1969 Chevelle changed the SS396 to an option (RPO Z25) instead of its own series. For this year only, the SS396 Equipment option was offered on four different body styles (coupe, sport coupe, convertible, and sedan pickup) and in two series (300 Deluxe and Malibu). The clean styling and extended production year saw sales at 86,307 units sold with the SS396 Equipment option, the all-time high watermark.

The SS396 equipment option offered three engine packages: 325hp, 350hp, and 375 hp--the latter being available with an aluminum-head option (L89). Two SS396-specific paint colors (Daytona Yellow and Hugger Orange) were available at a $42.15 charge adding a splash of brightness to the color chart palette. The 1969 year was the first time that an SS396 Chevelle came with its own special wheels.

Leading Chevelle specialists contributed data to this book, certifying that the information presented is accurate and ensuring that 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396: Muscle Cars In Detail will be a valued resource guide for years to come.
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All books and CDs include El Camino information was well as appropriate other Chevelle series body styles
CDs For The Chevelle Enthusiast

1966 Chevelle Reference CD

1966 Chevelle/El Camino Assembly Manual

1966 Chevelle Reference CD
and Assembly Manual

1967 Chevelle Reference CD

1967 Chevelle/El Camino Assembly Manual

1967 Chevelle Reference CD
and Assembly Manual

1966/1967 Chevelle Reference CD

1966/1967 Chevelle/El Camino
Assembly Manual

1968 Chevelle Reference CD

1970 Chevelle SS396/SS454
Build Sheet Decoding

Fisher Body Trim Tag
and Warranty Card Decoding

Chevrolet Shop Manuals
and Parts Catalog

Collector Coins, Window Stickers, Hat/Lapel Pins for the Chevelle Enthusiast

2-inch collector coin shown with optional velvet display box.

1.5-inch ceramic collector coin
SS396 Side

1.5-inch ceramic collector coin
SS454 Side

2-inch Window Sticker

2-Inch Window Sticker