Chevrolet 1965-78 - 2019 Market Review

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Chevrolet 1965-1978

Chevrolets were a common sight on 1960s Australian roads and it is no surprise that locally-built Impalas and Bel-Air sedans survive in quantity. That hasn’t stopped prices surging past $30,000 or owners continuing to tip money into refurbishing these cars.

Fully-imported two-door Impalas typically cost 50 per cent more than a local four-door, with convertibles above $50,000. Once local assembly ceased in 1970, imports of North American Chevrolets continued and very good examples survive in the $15-20,000 price range.

For something different at similar money to a mid-1960s Bel-Air, hunt down one of the scarce Monte Carlo coupes.

For practicality with a classic edge in the $30-40,000 price bracket, try a C10 pickup.

Bel-Air/Impala 4-Dr 1965-72 $32,930 [19] 

2-Dr H/T 1965-72 $46,455 [11]

Convertible 1965-72 $43,785 [7] 

Impala Sedan/Wagon 1972-78 $15,360 [10] 

Monte Carlo 1969-72 $33,865 [4] 

C10 1967-78 $32,775 [25]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.


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