These blue beauties represent several popular niches of the collector car arena.
Little red Corvettes, big black Cadillacs, and Hugger Orange Chevys are some of the most thought about paint jobs when it comes to vintage cars. That's why when we see a few stunning blue, especially light blue, classics in one place, it tends to catch our attention a little more. These three blue American vehicles respresent three distinct hobby collector car segments, and we can't decide which we like more - which one would you choose?
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop
Tri-Five Chevies are among the most desirable American cars ever. Somehow, the ‘55s and the ‘57s get all the love, but this ‘56 Chevy deserves your attention. This Tropical Turquoise Bel Air is powered by a 265 Small Block Chevy V8, with power sent through a three-speed manual transmission that’s shifted on the column. It benefited from a frame-off restoration a mere 280 miles ago.
1965 Chevrolet C10 Pickup
Chevy C10 trucks always command a little extra presence when rolling up to a car show, and this 1965 Chevrolet C10 is surely going to get attention wherever it goes. It boasts a Edelbrock RPM Intake with Holley Performance Carburetor and breathes out through Hooker Headers with Flowmaster dual exhaust.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS
The first-gen Camaro is an icon among classic car collectors in just about all forms, but cars equipped with the RS and SS packages always seem to be a litter more coveted. Under the hood, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is rocking the 350 cubic-inch V8 that is paired to an automatic transmission.