When considering buying a used Chevelle or a Chevelle project car, some things for the buyer to keep in mind include how well the person understands the inner workings of the car, what type of budget is available and how easy it is to find replacement parts.
Chevelles are very popular vehicles among car enthusiasts and those who wish to begin a restoration project. Restoring or rebuilding a car is a great way to learn more about how an engine functions.
One thing to keep in mind for those who are not very handy at car restoration is that it is sometimes difficult to find a used Chevelle in good condition. Rebuilding one from parts may be the best way to acquire a vehicle that meets the buyer’s expectations and desires. This is a project that can save the buyer money, as buying car frames and other parts can be cheaper than buying fully functional cars.
Something else to consider is the easy availability of certain parts. Buyers should do some research first to ensure the required parts' availability to avoid a major roadblock for the project. In addition, gas mileage is low and insurance costs high on cars of this type.