If you ask a dozen bowtie fans what the most significant cars in Chevy’s history have been, you’re likely to get a dozen different answers. With 100 years worth of product to choose from, narrowing down the list to just five cars would be a daunting task. In my opinion, you could narrow the list quickly by just crossing off anything made between 1974 and 2001, with the possible exception of the 1984 Corvette and the 1990 ZR-1 Corvette.
I’m not a die-hard Chevy fan, and I’m certainly no Chevy historian. That’s the very reason why questions like this are best left to guys like Greg Wallace, manager of GM’s Heritage Center. If anyone can name the top five Chevies, it’s Wallace, and he explains his reasoning in the video below.