The well-known high-performance car manufacturer Chevrolet showcased its high-performance feature cars before the the end of 2016.
Chevy has the famous and expensive high performance cars known worldwide, one of these is the Chevy's well-known Camaro; which was used in the movie "Transformers". The yellow car a.k.a. Bumblebee - its name in the movie Transformer, is a Chevrolet Camaro/Pontiac Firebird muscle car model.
It has become traditional for Chevy to highlight its Top 10 featured cars before the year end. Though Chevy has a lot of nice, shinning, high horse power, muscle engine cars, but it is more of giving the cars the recognition it deserves, according to Super Chevy.
So how does Chevy pick its Top 10 cars? The Chevy High-Performance Team measured each car's popularity through the different social media channels like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and was trimmed down to the Final 10.
These Top 10 Chevy High Performance Feature Cars may be expensive, some home built, and some already run the streets after long years of sleeping.
So, these are Chevy's Top 10 High Performance Feature Cars (in order from Top 1 to 10); first is the 1967 Camaro owned by Tim Lee, second is the 1955 Chevy 210 owned by Steve Haley, third is 1967 Camaroowned by Mike Norcia, fourth is the 1966 Nova SS owned by Nathan Powell., fifth is the 2001 Camaro owned by Nick Licata, sixth 1966 Chevelle owned by Kent Matranga, seventh is the 1971 Camaro owned by Paul VanNus, eighth is the 1959 Impala owned by Dan Zinke, ninth is the 1955 Chevy 210 owned by Craig Crawford and the tenth is the 1970 Camaro owned by David & Pam Kountz.
Chevy is very particular in choosing which of its car will be in the magazine and online. These Top 10 Chevy High Performances Feature Cars may be expensive, some home built, and some already run the streets after long years of sleeping, according to Chevrolet High Performance.