The next scheduled HCC meeting and event is in Lincoln, Nebraska for Bob's birthday
(celebrated late), August 29th.
Meetings cancelled to date because of Covid 19
July, June, May, April, March

Greetings fellow enthusiast! The Heartland Chevelle Club (H.C.C.) is the "power-era" vehicle club literally in the center of it all--America's Heartland. We are dedicated to the preservation of vintage Chevelles and El Caminos from 1964 to 1987 and Monte Carlos from 1970 to 1972. To find out more about the H.C.C. and our goals, please use the navigation links on the left.

The Chevelle Legend started in August of 1963 at a press conference in Chicago. It was that historic day when Chevrolet's General Manager, Semon E. "Bunkie" Knudsen, unveiled the all-new Chevelle for 1964. Chevrolet needed a vehicle to fill the gap between its full size Impala and its compact Nova models. And fill the gap they did with sales of 338,286 Chevelles the first year. The Chevelle SS became an instant hit with sales of 76,860 units, which accounted for nearly 23 percent of all Chevelle sales.
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  Slideshow: Heartland Chevelle display at 2020 World of Wheels - 6 vehicles