National Geographic : 1964 Nov
Let Chevrolet put you inbeautiful shape for '65 Now, a Chevrolet that makes everything over, under and around you beautifully different. A completely new Corvair with its first big change in five years. A Chevelle that doesn't hold And a Chevy II that's turned For 1965, the big luxurious Chevrolet could almost get by on looks alone. But that's far from all that's new. It's longer, lower, room ier, heavier, more luxurious than any Chevrolet before. Completely new from the sleek Impala Super Sport Coupe roof line all the way down to the Jet-smooth sus pension. More expensive looking outside, richer looking inside, more shoulder room, more leg room up front - all in all, we think it's the best Chev rolet we've ever built. '65 Corvair Corvair's rear engine has never had so much excite ment to look forward to. In side, there's more shoulder room. More comfort. The effortless handling only a back on anything but cost. into the most powerful tightwad in town! rear engine and new inde pendent suspension can give. All wrapped up in seven models, including the brand new top-of-the-line Corsa. New performance, too-up to 180 hp that you can or der in the Corsa Series. Wait till the ones who always wait till next year see this! '65 Chevelle There are enough changes in Chevelle to make it, too, feel like another whole new car from Chevrolet. New ride, new style, and an engine that will make you feel young again - a 300-hp V8 that you can order in all twelve Chevelles. And its smoother ride and extra body insulation make things as quiet as the day the kids went back to school. And if that's too quiet, order an AM-FM Stereo radio. '65 Chevy II Our economy is on the up swing! For '65, Chevy II has a dressed-up front, back, in terior and a smart new roof on sedans. Plus two new V8's available: a 250-hp and a 300-hp. Underlying it, though, are those things that have made Chevy II such a tightwad these past years. And as your Chevrolet dealer will show you, Chevy II's now the most exciting tightwad in town. . . . Chev rolet Division of General Motors, Detroit, Michigan.