Chevys on the Big Screen

Something magical happens when two American classics come together. Like Chevrolet and Hollywood, for instance. Check out a few of the most memorable times we saw Chevys on the Big Screen.


Black 1967 Chevrolet Camaro in “Better Off Dead”

It’s 1985 and things aren’t going to well for protagonist Lane Meyer. In classic John Cusack style, this jaded character is taking everything personally. Ah well, at least he has sleek, angsty ‘67 Camaro to drive him around on his adventures.


Chevy Camaro in “Transformers”

What began as a beat up ‘77 Camaro eventually evolved into a yellow and black 2014 Camaro. And then it transformed into a giant robot named Bumblebee. Now this is a bot with good taste!


1968 El Camino in “Harold and Maude”

This dark cult classic has its fair share of herses. But when this unlikely pair gets around, they do so in style. Watch as they get into bizarre shenanigans in a mint green ‘68 El Camino, perfect for holding that nice tree they’re transporting in the back.


1958 Chevrolet Impala in “American Graffiti”

This film, somewhat surprisingly, was directed by George Lucas and starred the likes of Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss, and Harrison Ford. It celebrates the end of summer in the early 1960s, and the film is populated by classic cars. The 1958 Impala is one of the most iconic vehicles in the movie, was owned by Howard’s character, and gave the story’s steryotypicl nerd the boost of confidence he needs to talk to a girl.

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