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Colorized Mario's 1967 GM 100 Million Cars

1967 Chevy Caprice

100 millionth GM car is a 1967 Chevrolet.

1967 Chevrolet the 100 Millionth GM car.

Coming off the assembly line.

396 V8

1967 Chevrolet coming off the assembly line GM number 100 Million.

100 millionth GM car is a 1967 Chevrolet.

Tours the country on display.

Tours the country on display.

Tours the country on display.

Roomy interior and large instrument panel.

Original 1967 Chevrolet 100 millionth GM car.

Huge trunk.

Great addition to all Classic Auto Shows.

On Display

Proud of my 1967 Chevy Impala.

1967 Chevy Dealer

Muscle Car City owner Rick Treworgy’s collection of 200 GM muscle cars racked up $18.4 million in a recent auction hosted by Mecum Auctions in Punta Gorda, FL Jan 2021.


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1967 Chevrolet 100 millionth GM car.


Sloan Museum, Flint MI has the car


Jay Leno's Car Collection


Tim Allen's Car Collection



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Mario on Dec 14, 2015 said:

The 100 Millionth GM car built was a 1967 Chevy Caprice.

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azmusclecar on Dec 14, 2015 said:

In one of my favorite colors too..............

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GregPeed on Dec 24, 2015 said:

very cool !

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57timemachine on Nov 1, 2020 said:

Now there is some real sweet Chevy stuff right there. Mario, do you know if that 67 is the actual 100 millionth GM car, that is in that person collection or is it just a recreation. Either way super sweet never the less. Cheers.

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Mario on Nov 1, 2020 said:

Yes it is it's in a museum. Incredible isn't it. Mario

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Mario on Nov 7, 2020 said:

As of 11/7/20 It still resides in GM's Sloan Museum in Flint, Michigan. Untouched by actual use, it proudly wears a banner on its door proclaiming its special status.

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57timemachine on Nov 13, 2020 said:

I am very glad to hear that this milestone Chevy did not burn in a fire like that special 55 Chevy did. Thanks for the information. The Sloan museum is on my bucket list and after this Covid 19 melt down, I have every intention of checking it out. Thanks again and cheers.

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Mario on Nov 23, 2020 said:

After the year we had in 2020 I hope everyone can get out next year in 2021 and do some traveling, especially to some of the fine car museums we have. I know I will!

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azmusclecar on Feb 13, 2021 said:

It is sad to see some of the great car museums are closing with the cars being sent to the auction blocks. I believe Rick Treworgy's collection is now closed and sold. http://musclecarcity.net/

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Mario on Feb 14, 2021 said:

Yes it is sad Rob that Car Museum's are closing. Muscle Car City sold 200 cars for $18.4 mil Jan 2021 at no reserve to individual buyers. But we still have Jay Leno and Tim Allen's collections as well as others. See the videos I posted. Cheers, Mario

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azmusclecar on Feb 14, 2021 said:

It seems the celebrities are the chosen that can keep their collections going. Relying on funds from gate style turns seems to be a dwindling return on investment. There are less and less of us old codgers around to visit our childhood or adolescence dream garages.

I guess we are ahead of our times with "VIRTUAL" visits of car collections. Just isn't the same is it? It only fills one of the senses. The eyes. The other four go unfed for noise and smell and touch. Taste gets satisfied if you lick flavored painted cars, or so I've been told.

Even car shows locally in AZ became highly condemned as a source of Covid, like our cars are from a fish market in China.

But that's politics sticking it's ugly mug into any orifice they can. I have an orifice they can use. But that's just me.

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Mario on Feb 14, 2021 said:

You are so right Rob, Celebrities get the real cars, we get to see them virtually. No car shows here in NY yet, this state is a total mess run by jackasses. Things have to change, the pendulum is all the way to the left and will come crashing down soon. In the meantime we can see lots of great cars on American Torque thanks to us gear heads! Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Feb 12, 2021 said:

Mario, the picture that shows the Chev V-8 that says "327 V-8". That is actually a 265 V-8 of 1955 vintage. The 327 did not come out until 1962. Cheers.

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Mario on Feb 13, 2021 said:

Thanks George good catch, I corrected that. Cheers, Mario

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Mario on Feb 13, 2021 said:

In fact the 100 Millionth GM car a 1967 Chevy Caprice had a 396 V8 engine.

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Mario on Mar 13, 2024 said:

I colorized the B/W pictures.

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57timemachine on Mar 28, 2024 said:

That 67 Chevrolet Caprice is such a beautiful car and I have always felt that way about this car. The 1965 to 1970 full size Chevrolet generation of cars were all sweet looking cars but the 67 has always been my favorite of the generation, still is. Cheers.

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Mario on Mar 29, 2024 said:

Very kind of you George to let us know and I agree the full size Chevys were all my favorites as well as my Dads. We had a Chevrolet Family and the cars never let us down.

The 67 was the first "coke bottle" design with the bulging fenders and my favorite year also. Cheers my Gearhead friend, Mario

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