Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The Fastest and Most Powerful Corvette Ever

DURAND, Mich.,–– Get ready for the new sports car that'll leave you in the dust. The 2019 Corvette ZR1 returns as the king. This model's most notable performance specs top every other generation of Corvette's. With significant power, exceptional track performance, and the most advanced technology in its production history, the 2019 ZR1 is unlike any other. With a whopping 755-horsepower, this sports car is the fastest and most powerful Corvette ever.


The Fastest and Most Powerful Corvette Ever

The Corvette has an exclusive LT5 supercharged engine with 715 lb-ft of torque. Improved capability on the track comes from the two wind tunnel-honed aerodynamics packages. There are two types of transmissions that'll be available: seven-speed manual and eight-speed paddle-shift automatic. This is the first time that an automatic transmission has been offered in a ZR1.

Along with these major specifications, the car also features a special carbon-fiber "halo" hood that is open in the middle to clear out the LT5 engine's supercharger/intercooler assembly. The ZTK Performance Package includes the adjustable High Wing, a front splitter with carbon-fiber end caps, and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 summer-only tires. The 2019 Corvette ZR1 also debuted a Sebring Orange Design Package.

“I’ve never driven a Corvette like this before, and nobody else has either, because there’s never been one like this before,” said Mark Reuss, executive vice president, Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain. “Its unprecedented performance puts all other global supercars on notice that the ZR1 is back.”


The Fastest and Most Powerful Corvette Ever

The 2019 Corvette ZR1 is unlike any other. It not only has set the bar, it is the bar. Now that it is the fastest and most powerful Corvette ever, it is the highest-performing in its production history. Ready to get behind the wheel? The 2019 Corvette ZR1 will go on sale next Spring. If you're wanting to get your hands on one, contact our sales team! We will help you get the exact one you're looking for as soon as it is released. If you are in need of a new vehicle for the winter, check out our selection of new inventory. Not only do we have a lot of vehicles to choose from, we have great deals going on as well.

Located at 9009 East Lansing Road in Durand, MI 48429, Hank Graff Chevrolet Durand wants to revolutionize your car buying experience. We’ll bring all the transparency and customer satisfaction you need while making the buying experience fun! If you have any questions be sure to contact us at (989) 288-2657 or head over to our website at www.GraffChevyDurand.com! We are proud to serve Durand and the surrounding communities of Owosso, Flint, Genesee Charter Township, Swartz Creek, and Corunna.

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Monday, November 13, 2017

Perfect Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

DURAND, Mich.,–– Let's face it. Thanksgiving is one of the best times of the year because of all the delicious desserts we get to eat, not to mention turkey dinner. Are you in charge of making the pie this year? Don't fret, we've got you covered. Bake a pie that your guests will love this holiday by checking out our list of perfect Thanksgiving pie recipes. Satisfy your sweet tooth cravings:



Cook Time: 1 hour 20 minutes

Perfect Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

You can't go wrong with a classic this year!



Cook Time: 25-35 minutes

Perfect Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

S'mores in a pie... need we say more?



Cook Time: 50 minutes

Perfect Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

The pie that screams Thanksgiving.



Cook Time: 50 minutes

Perfect Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

For a sweeter taste, this cranberry cheesecake pie is perfect.



Cook Time: 12 minutes

Perfect Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

If you're a chocolate lover, this pie will satisfy your taste buds!



Cook Time: 1 hour

Perfect Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

Another classic for the fall season.


Whether you like the classics or are looking to break out of your shell, these perfect Thanksgiving pie recipes will be sure to suit your needs. Your dessert will be a hit among your family and friends. Don't forget to give thanks this holiday to the ones you love. You can also give back to your vehicle that gets you to where you need to be with some routine maintenance. Your car is a valuable investment that deserves the attention it requires. Check out our fall car care tips to prepare for the snowy season ahead! 

Located at 9009 East Lansing Road in Durand, MI 48429, Hank Graff Chevrolet Durand wants to revolutionize your car buying experience. We’ll bring all the transparency and customer satisfaction you need while making the buying experience fun! If you have any questions be sure to contact us at (989) 288-2657 or head over to our website at www.GraffChevyDurand.com! We are proud to serve Durand and the surrounding communities of Owosso, Flint, Genesee Charter Township, Swartz Creek, and Corunna.

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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Thanksgiving Meal Ideas for People Who Can't Stand Turkey

DURAND, Mich.,––Many people believe that you shouldn't break the popular Turkey tradition on Thanksgiving and that it is the one and only main dish that should be served. Despite popular beliefs, Turkey doesn't have to be the main meal served at Thanksgiving dinner. There are plenty of other options that'll live up to the high expectations set for this food-loving holiday. We've put together a list of Thanksgiving meal ideas for people who can't stand Turkey. If you're looking for an alternative to the beloved holiday tradition, then you'll want to check out these recipes:



Thanksgiving Meal Ideas for People Who Can't Stand Turkey

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 45-50 minutes



Thanksgiving Meal Ideas for People Who Can't Stand Turkey

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 55 minutes



Thanksgiving Meal Ideas for People Who Can't Stand Turkey

Cook Time: 1 hour 30 minutes



Thanksgiving Meal Ideas for People Who Can't Stand Turkey

Cook Time: 45-50 minutes



Thanksgiving Meal Ideas for People Who Can't Stand Turkey

Cook Time: 1 hour 35 minutes


Is your mouth watering yet? Because ours sure are! We're ready for Thanksgiving to be here already so we can indulge in these delicious dishes. If you're not a turkey lover and are looking to start a new family tradition, then these Thanksgiving meal ideas for people who can't stand turkey will be sure to satisfy your needs this year! Do you plan on heading out for some Black Friday shopping this season? Check out our guide on how to make the most of your experience. You can also avoid the hassle of not having enough space in your vehicle for all of your Black Friday purchases by shopping our crossover/SUV inventory. We'll get you into a vehicle that is safe and spacious this holiday season!

Located at 9009 East Lansing Road in Durand, MI 48429, Hank Graff Chevrolet Durand wants to revolutionize your car buying experience. We’ll bring all the transparency and customer satisfaction you need while making the buying experience fun! If you have any questions be sure to contact us at (989) 288-2657 or head over to our website at www.GraffChevyDurand.com! We are proud to serve Durand and the surrounding communities of Owosso, Flint, Genesee Charter Township, Swartz Creek, and Corunna.

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How to Make the Most of Your Black Friday This Year

DURAND, Mich.,––Black Friday is considered a public holiday that takes place on the Friday after Thanksgiving. This occasion is especially exciting for those looking to save big on their Christmas shopping. Retailers across the nation will be gearing up to handle the large crowds of bargain hunters on Black Friday, and even some on Thanksgiving Day. If you're planning on participating this year, you can also get geared up and mentally prepared for all the craziness of Black Friday with a few simple tips. Here's how to make the most of your Black Friday this year:

How to Make the Most of Your Black Friday This Year

1. Know Exactly What You Want

This is the most important thing to do in preparation for Black Friday! The big ticket items - mainly electronics, games and consoles, cookware, and kitchen gadgets - are highly sought after and go really quick because they're the most expensive and the most discounted. We recommend making a prioritized list of the items you want for each store you want to attend. It's hard to do, but if you can find everything you want at one store your Black Friday shopping will be much easier!


2. Have a Backup for Each Item

If you've ever been Black Friday shopping, you know that things don't always work out. You don't go early enough, you can't find parking, you can't get to an item quick enough, etc.! It's fairly likely that an item you want won't be available. This is a real bummer, but having a backup for each item on your list can save you a little headache. You can also make a list of backups online on your smartphone, so if your item is sold out in the store, you'll immediately have a solution in the palm of your hand.

3. Have a List You Can Check Off

There are so many discounts that you could shop on Black Friday for almost anyone on your list. If you're shopping for more than 3 people, it's handy to have a physical list in your pocket when you go out shopping. Each time you pick up an item or make a purchase, cross it off the list. This way, through all the chaos, you'll be able to know what's left and what you've already accomplished without having to scramble through your car, shopping bags, or cart.

4. Plan for Parking & Traffic 

People go a little nuts for a good deal on Black Friday. Many people have had Thanksgiving dinner with family and will be traveling on the road, while others are rushing around in attempts to get to their shopping destination as soon as possible. Traffic and parking can be rough because shoppers are in such a rush and aren't paying attention to others around them. Plan for this craziness by being early, taking it easy on the road, and being aware of your surroundings.


5. Take Care of Yourself First! 

Make sure you get plenty of sleep before heading out, or if you choose to go after Thanksgiving dinner, have some caffeine at the ready. This will help you keep your focus on what's happening around you. Avoid being hangry (hungry/angry) and eat a proper breakfast or at least a small snack to keep you satisfied. Nothing is worse than trying to fight a crowd on an empty stomach! We also recommend bringing an on-the-go drink so you can stay hydrated and happy throughout all your shopping.
How to Make the Most of Your Black Friday This Year

6. Go Shopping Online & Avoid the Crowds 

If going out on Black Friday sounds like too much of a nightmare, or the image above simply gives you anxiety, you can always choose to do your shopping online and avoid the crowds! Try giants like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target for great deals online. Just like shopping physical retail, have a plan in mind, have your browser windows open and ready, and make your biggest purchases first.


Whether you choose to brave the craziness of Black Friday out on the road OR choose to do your shopping online, your safety is our number one priority! We can help you keep your car in great shape so you can avoid any mishaps while you're doing your Holiday shopping and preparation. Stop by for an oil change, winter tire installation, brake inspection, and any other winter car care maintenance services you need this season.

We're also proud to offer a well-equipped Collision Center and experienced technicians that are able to help you complete and body work you might need done. If you were unfortunately involved in an accident with a deer or buck this fall, schedule an estimate and get entered to win $1,000 in our Busted Bumper Buck Pole contest, ending December 30th.


Located at 9009 East Lansing Road in Durand, MI 48429, Hank Graff Chevrolet Durand wants to revolutionize your car buying experience. We’ll bring all the transparency and customer satisfaction you need while making the buying experience fun! If you have any questions be sure to contact us at (989) 288-2657 or head over to our website at www.GraffChevyDurand.com! We are proud to serve Durand and the surrounding communities of Owosso, Flint, Genesee Charter Township, Swartz Creek, and Corunna.

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Thursday, November 2, 2017

10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

DURAND, Mich., – From the beautiful backdrop of colors that greet you when you step outdoors to the warm and welcoming holidays, it's clear to see why fall is the best and most beautiful season of the year! Bring a sense of autumn awe to your home with these 10 fun fall DIY crafts. Before you know it, your house will be as vibrant and colorful as the outdoors!

1. Fall Greeting Sign


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Greet your guests in style with this creatively clever fall sign! When the holidays and snow come to Michigan, you can swap out the autumn leaves and bittersweet berries for holly and evergreen to make this DIY project last through the winter, too!

Supplies Needed: Chalkboard paint, bittersweet berries, fall leaves, tray, autumn branches

Difficulty: Easy

2. Flannel Coasters


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Make your home feel just a little cozier this fall by crafting a set of flannel coasters! With a few felt squares, an old flannel, a sewing machine, scissors, and an iron, you can transform an old flannel into new cozy coasters in a mere matter of minutes!

Supplies Needed: Flannel, felt, sewing machine/thread, scissors, an iron

Difficulty: Easy

3. Leaf Bowl


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Need a centerpiece for your table this fall? Create a leaf bowl with just a couple supplies to top off your beautifully decorated kitchen! We don't recommend you put anything too heavy in it, though, as the leafs can rip and tear with too much weight. Acorns or other fall goodies are perfect!

Supplies Needed: Artificial autumn maple leafs, triple thick glaze, mod podge matte, plastic bowl, plastic wrap

Difficulty: Medium

4. Maple Leaf Roses


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Give the maple leafs in your backyard a new home by folding them into roses! You can hang your roses from string, decorate your dinner table, or even create a beautiful "bouquet" of maple leaf roses as a centerpiece!

Supplies Needed: Autumn leaves, floral tape, floral wire/craft wire, scissors

Difficulty: Hard

5. Thanksgiving Pie Garland


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Whether you're a fan of pumpkin pie, apple pie, or both, this Thanksgiving pie garland is perfect for any lover of this beloved autumn dessert! Carve up a slice of creativity this fall to make the sweetest decorations of the Thanksgiving season!

Supplies Needed: Ruler, cardstock, twine, white pom-poms, cutting mat, craft knife, glue gun, scoring board

Difficulty: Medium

6. Cinnamon Stick Candles


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Want to make your mantle pop this fall? All you need are cinnamon sticks, rubber bands, and some twine to transform your candles into these fantastic fall centerpieces! This cool craft is so easy that it shouldn't take more than 20 minutes to create!

Supplies Needed: Candles, cinnamon sticks, twine, rubber bands

Difficulty: Easy

7. Gold Leaf Pinecone Garland


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Bring the fall festivities into your home this November by crafting a gold leaf pinecone garland! This affordable project is a quick and simple craft that you can put together with your whole family. Plus, the pinecones last a long time, so you can even keep your garland going through the winter!

Supplies Needed: Pinecones, twine, gold spray paint, gold leaf adhesive, foam brushes, spray sealant, screw eye hooks, pliers

Difficulty: Medium

8. Fall Bucket List


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

There's so much fun to be had during the autumn months, but remembering to do it all before the snow starts to fall can be challenging. Craft a fall bucket list to create a cute way to keep track of any activities you want to do while fall is still in full swing!

Supplies Needed: Tin bucket, fall filler (acorns, leaves, etc), large popsicle sticks, Sharpie marker, clip-on chalkboard sign, chalk, paint, and a paintbrush 

Difficulty: Easy

9. Maple Leaf Mason Jars


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

Make your mason jars pop by giving them a little fall flair! After you finish this crafty addition to your home, fill your maple leaf mason jars with corn kernels and top them off with tea lights to create a perfect autumn ambiance once the sun goes down.

Supplies Needed: Paint, mason jars, tea lights, corn kernels, leafs

Difficulty: Easy

10. Tree Stump Candle Holders


10 Fun Fall DIY Crafts

If you have any leftover logs that you'd like to repurpose this fall, with just a few steps, you can turn an ordinary stump into a breathtakingly beautiful candle holder! Plus, once winter comes to Michigan, you can your tree stump candle holders into firewood by simply removing the candles!

Supplies Needed: Wood, drill, 1 1/2" wood boring drill bit, hand saw, tea light candles, boxwood wreath

Difficulty: Hard

There's something about autumn that sets it apart from the other seasons. Whether it's the fun holidays or the kaleidoscope of colors that nature provides us, fall is without a doubt the most beautiful time of the year. With these 10 fun fall DIY crafts, you can give your home the fall flair it deserves to stand out this November! If you've got a hunger for DIY crafts that you just can't quite seem to satisfy, check out our Pinterest page for fall crafts, recipes, and more. Before you head out to gather your crafting supplies, make sure your vehicle's components are ready to take on the changing temperatures with our Fall Car Care guide! You can additionally protect your vehicle by following our Routine Maintenance guide to ensure that key parts of your vehicle are functioning properly. That way, you'll be able to count on your car when the snow starts to fall!

Located at 9009 East Lansing Road in Durand, MI 48429, Hank Graff Chevrolet Durand wants to revolutionize your car buying experience. We’ll bring all the transparency and customer satisfaction you need while making the buying experience fun! If you have any questions be sure to contact us at (989) 288-2657 or head over to our website at www.GraffChevyDurand.com! We are proud to serve Durand and the surrounding communities of Owosso, Flint, Genesee Charter Township, Swartz Creek, and Corunna.

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How to Reuse Your Leftover Pumpkins

DURAND, Mich., – Now that Halloween has come and gone, people around the country will be throwing out their old Jack-o-Lanterns. No one wants to keep around an old rotten pumpkin after Halloween is said and done, right? Well, if you know how to reuse your leftover pumpkins, you can create delicious dishes, fall-themed centerpieces, and more without being wasteful. Read on to discover the unexpectedly awesome uses you can get out of your old pumpkins!

Bury Them


How to Reuse Your Leftover Pumpkins

Your Jack-o-Lantern is packed with nutrients, making them excellent fertilizers for your garden! Make sure you remove the pumpkin seeds before you bury them, though! (well, unless you want to see baby pumpkins sprout in your garden!)

What to Do: Break your Jack-o-Lantern into a few pieces, then bury them in your garden or by any plants you'd like to see grow quickly. The leftover pumpkin pieces will decay and enrich the soil, giving your plants a little boost of energy through the winter!

Feed Them to Animals


How to Reuse Your Leftover Pumpkins

Pumpkins are a very sweet treat loved and adored by animals! If you live close to the woods, place your pumpkins close to the wildlife to give deer, squirrels, and other animals a tasty snack for them to enjoy. Plus, you can leave your pumpkin seeds out for the birds to enjoy when they visit you in the morning!

What to Do: First, make sure you didn't use any paint on your pumpkins, as the toxins can cause harm to the wildlife. After double checking, break your pumpkins into pieces and scatter them in a spot where you don't mind the animals visiting. They'll be very thankful for the meal!

Donate Them


How to Reuse Your Leftover Pumpkins

If you don't want to attract outdoor wildlife and don't have a garden, you can donate your pumpkins to nearby farms! They will put your old Jack-o-Lantern to good use by feeding it to their livestock or adding it to their fertilizer for their crops. 

What to Do: If you aren't sure where to go to donate your pumpkins, you can use the Yellow Pages Farm Finder, or you can head over to Almar Orchards in Flushing to watch the fun farm animals feast on your old pumpkin!

Make Pumpkin Puree


How to Reuse Your Leftover Pumpkins

If you'd rather enjoy the delicious benefits of leftover pumpkins for yourself, you can save yourself a few trips to the grocery store by making homemade pumpkin puree with your leftover Jack-o-Lantern! Use your pumpkin puree to make pumpkin bread, pie, muffins, and other sweet treats! Just make sure no mold has started to grow inside your Jack-o-Lantern.

What to Do: You'll want to start by preheating your oven to 325º F. Next, cut your pumpkin into pieces and remove any seeds and "pulp". After cleaning out your pumpkin pieces, wrap them in foil and place them in your oven (with the foil side up) for one hour. Once they're done cooking, take a spoon and scrape out your pumpkin's shell and place them in a blender. Finally, blend your pumpkin pieces until they're pureed, and place the remainders in freezer-safe bags for future use.

Cook a Batch of Pumpkin Bread


How to Reuse Your Leftover Pumpkins

Want to put your pumpkin puree to good use? With just a few quick steps, you can turn your pumpkin puree into a warm and welcoming loaf of pumpkin bread. It's a must-try fall recipe that's a perfect compliment to any dish!

What to Do: First, you'll need the following items:

  • 3 cups sugar
  • 4 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 16 oz. pumpkin puree
  • 1 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon allspice
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon cloves
  • 2/3 cup water
  • 2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 2 teaspoon salt
  • 3 1/2 cups flour

Once you've gathered all the necessary supplies, it's time to make the bread! First, preheat your oven to 350º F. Next, stir together your sugar and oil, adding the eggs and pumpkin puree afterward. Combine your dry ingredients (cloves, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, baking powder, baking soda, flour, and salt) in a separate bowl. After that, blend your dry ingredients with water and add them to the wet mixture and combine them. Divide your bread batter between two loaf pans, then bake them for 30-40 minutes. Finally, let it stand for 10 minutes, then remove them from the pans and enjoy!

Now that you know how to reuse your leftover pumpkins, you can make it a tradition every November to repurpose your old Jack-o-Lanterns after Halloween! Want to find more ways to upcycle your old stuff this November? Check out our Pinterest page to discover DIY guides, fall recipes, and much more! If you head out to donate your pumpkin or to gather supplies to make pumpkin bread, be careful as deer will be on the move. Should you run into any trouble on the road, make the most of a bad situation by entering our Busted Bumper Buck Pole contest for a chance to win $1,000! When you bring your vehicle into our Graff Durand Service Center, we'll make sure your vehicle is fixed and ready to go in no time and automatically enter you in the Busted Bumper Buck Pole contest so you can have a chance at winning $1,000!

Located at 9009 East Lansing Road in Durand, MI 48429, Hank Graff Chevrolet Durand wants to revolutionize your car buying experience. We’ll bring all the transparency and customer satisfaction you need while making the buying experience fun! If you have any questions be sure to contact us at (989) 288-2657 or head over to our website at www.GraffChevyDurand.com! We are proud to serve Durand and the surrounding communities of Owosso, Flint, Genesee Charter Township, Swartz Creek, and Corunna.

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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

DURAND, Mich., – Vintage trucks are some of the most coveted vehicles on the auction market. In fact, they've become so popular over the past few years that they now rival muscle cars as the most sought-after type of vehicles among collectors. Check out 7 of the most expensive Chevy trucks ever sold to see for yourself how much a custom Chevrolet truck is worth on the market!

7. 1960 Chevrolet El Camino Pickup


7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

Notable Features: This 1960 Chevy El Camino Pickup is truly one-of-a-kind! From its ZZ 502ci crate engine to its detailed and painted undercarriage, you'd be hard-pressed to find a vehicle quite like this perfect combination of muscle car and pickup. 

Sold For: $126,500

6. 1955 Chevrolet 3100


7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

Notable Features: It's no surprise that this 1955 Chevrolet 3100 Custom pickup made this list. It took six years to customize, appeared in six magazines, and was named one of the top 50 Trucks of the Decade by Street Trucks Magazine. The Kandy Orange custom exterior is matched with a tan leather interior that allows it to stand out on the road with ease.

Sold For: $132,000

5. 1955 Chevrolet Cameo


7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

Notable Features: This customized 1955 Chevrolet Cameo takes features from the 1955 Nomad and 1957 Bel Air to create the perfect pickup. With a red leather interior to match its Titanium Grey and Lipstick Red exterior, Dakota Digital VHX gauges, and graphite-wrapped wheels and Kenwood stereo system, this vintage truck is one of the most eye-catching entries on our list!

Sold For: $143,000

4. 1957 Chevrolet C-6


7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

Notable Features: This GM Design award-winning custom 1957 Chevrolet C-6 took over 7,000 man-hours and countless customized parts to build. It is equipped with a 402cid LS3 motor, a complete Corvette suspension and drivetrain, and a full Air Ride suspension.

Sold For: $148,500

3. 1957 Chevrolet Cameo


7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

Notable Features: This 1957 Chevy Cameo pickup, coated in a customized Orange Pearl exterior, features a 500-horsepower Big Block engine, a full leather interior, vintage air conditioning, a 400-watt stereo, and a 400 transmission with Electric Overdrive.

Sold For: $159,500

2. 1950 Chevrolet 3100


7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

Notable Features: Almost every detail and part of this 1950 Chevy 3100 has been personalized. It features a brand-new TCI custom chassis, an independent front suspension, and a 500-horsepower Chevy Performance Hot Cam LS3 crate engine with an automatic transmission.

Sold For: $205,700

1. 1957 Chevrolet "Quicksilver" 3100 


7 of the Most Expensive Chevy Trucks Ever Sold

Notable Features: The entire truck is almost fully customized, from its 650-horsepower engine to its personalized and reshaped body panels. The "Quicksilver" has been recognized as "one of the finest custom truck builds of all time" by the Barrett-Jackson Auction House.

Sold For: $214,500

After getting a closer look at the 7 most expensive Chevy trucks ever sold, you can probably understand why vintage Chevy trucks are more popular than ever before! Now that you've seen how valuable a custom Chevy truck can be, you're probably looking to personalize your own vehicle. Luckily, at Graff Durand, we are here to help! Check out our GM Accessories to find new parts and upgrades for your vehicle, then take a look at the vehicle technology available for owners of new Chevrolet vehicles. If you are interested in purchasing a Special Edition or customized Chevrolet vehicle, let us know or stop by our dealership! We're more than happy to help you find the perfect vehicle for your needs.

Located at 9009 East Lansing Road in Durand, MI 48429, Hank Graff Chevrolet Durand wants to revolutionize your car buying experience. We’ll bring all the transparency and customer satisfaction you need while making the buying experience fun! If you have any questions be sure to contact us at (989) 288-2657 or head over to our website at www.GraffChevyDurand.com! We are proud to serve Durand and the surrounding communities of Owosso, Flint, Genesee Charter Township, Swartz Creek, and Corunna.

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