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Chevrolet Chevette - Classic economy car
The Chevette was an often-mocked economy car built on the GM T Platform. It was twins with the Pontiac T1000 and Pontiac Acadian. It's official production run was from 1976 until 1987, although it was sold in other markets such as Brazil until 1994.
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In the United States, the 1976 model of this car was a 3 door hatchback with a 1.4 or 1.6 L engine. Rallye, Woody, and Scooter were the trim packages available. The Scooter was a 2 seater with painted bumpers instead of chrome and only the most basic trim elements. Early models had a wrap down front hood with round headlights and taillights that were tri-color. In 1984 the regular trim package was renamed the CS, and the Scooter package was dropped in 1985. These cars can still be found on the used car market, but for the most part they are not considered classics, and it will probably be a long time before they are. There are small groups of enthusiasts and fan clubs, and buying your own is easy using online tools like eBay, where you can also find almost all the parts you need (sometimes even the inline 4 cylinder engines).
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