Chevrolet 1965-1982 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Chevrolet 1965-1982 market review 2020

An interesting age-based selection of Chevs here, ranging from familiar locally-assembled Bel-Air sedans and Impala hardtops to imported two-door Impalas and Monte Carlos. The 1970s cars are all private imports and we’ve also slotted in the C10 (one ton) pickups which have a significant local following.

Beginning with the C10s you might find largely original and unrestored 1970s models for $15,000 or one from the 1960s in pristine condition at $50,000.

We didn’t see any of the ferocious 454 cubic inch LS6 Monte Carlos which can make $75,000 but there was a good selection of 5.7-litre Montes at around $30,000.

Also 1965-72 Impala two-doors at $40-50,000. Asking prices for some local four-door cars have climbed past $40k but are unlikely to stay there.

Bel-Air/Impala 1965-72 $43,640 [9]

Impala 2-Dr H/Top 1965-72 $45,145 [10]

Impala/Caprice 1973-80 $23,200 [8]

Monte Carlo 1969-72 $29,500 [3]

C10 1967-78 $39,825 [21]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

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