Chevrolet Chevelle/Nova/El Camino/C-10 1964-77 - market review 2017-18

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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There's a wealth of choice with Chev mid-sized cars and workhorses.

Compact and mid-size Chevrolets were rarely imported new to Australia however arrivals during the past 20 years have swelled in numbers. Nova values were boosted by a couple of exceptional cars at $50,000+ however the typical Nova two-door will sell at under $35,000. SS Chevelles from the late 1960s are popular on the world market, yet it’s feasible to buy a car here for less than one from the US will cost to buy and ship. El Camino pick-ups with 350 or 396 cubic inch engines are lagging behind hardtops in value, so if you don’t need four seats, consider a ute and save $20,000. The tough little C-10 is a legitimate one-tonne load-carrier and can be bought in decent condition for around $25,000.

Chevelle SS 1965-67 $36,770 [7] 

Chevelle SS 1968-72 $50,525 [19]

Nova V8/SS 1967-71 $42,430 [10]  

El Camino/SS 1967-74 $29,555 [14]

C-10 1967-77 $27,595 [27]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2017-18 Muscle Cars Value Guide.

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