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The 1984 Chevette dealer brochure

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Interior shot of an 84 Chevrolet Chevette Scooter

If your grandfather was anything like mine, he took care of his possessions and never took anything for granted – living through the Great Depression will do that to a man. Even his quite ordinary Toyota Camry was kept in better order than the way most Americans care for their vehicles, which is why this 1984 Chevy Chevette caught my eye: it has around 10,000 original miles and still shows as new. Sure, with mileage that low it should look good, but we’ve seen plenty of nearly-new cars left to rot. If you want to take home a survivor Chevette, act quickly: the auction ends in just under two days.

My first car was an 84 chevette 4 speed 4 door 1.6L and I still have it. It was I’m rough shape when I got it and still is but I love it. It’s great on gas and a great commuter. If I had the know-how to fix it up, I would. That is a goal of mine (to learn it and do it). My chevette is the reason I won’t buy new cars. I know that they can make a basic car with no frills that is great on gas, they just choose not to. If they made a 2016 Chevette in the way they made them in the 80s, I’d buy it in a heartbeat.

1984 chevette diesel schematics

Vehicle Engine
• 1984 Chevrolet Chevette 1.8L 4 Cyl DIESEL 

1984 chevette diesel schematics

If your grandfather was anything like mine, he took care of his possessions and never took anything for granted – living through the Great Depression will do that to a man. Even his quite ordinary Toyota Camry was kept in better order than the way most Americans care for their vehicles, which is why this 1984 Chevy Chevette caught my eye: it has around 10,000 original miles and still shows as new. Sure, with mileage that low it should look good, but we’ve seen plenty of nearly-new cars left to rot. If you want to take home a survivor Chevette, act quickly: the auction ends in just under two days.

Lest we forget, the car became a top seller for GM from 1979 to 1981. While most of us gladly forgot, a couple who did not are Susan and Dennis Keegan of Severna Park, Maryland. The Keegans have held on to their 1984 Chevette CS in classically stock trim. This was Susan Keegan’s first new car, and it cost around $5,500 at the time.