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1972 Chevrolet Vega Hatchback - I used to own the hatchback in bright yellow! Loved that car.

1977 Chevrolet Vega - sadly this was the last year for this compact car... sadly that it was ever built. "Anyone here interested in a used Vega with a Melted Engine?"

1974, Chevrolet Vega being transported via train carriers.

1972 Chevrolet Vega GT - omg, did we ever stir up some trouble in this car! right, lessie kay?! fun times!

My first car! I was the only one in school with a classic car! 1974 Chevrolet Vega

Ok.... yeah... this ad was before my time.... but my brother had a Chevy Vega. :o)

1973 Chevrolet Vega hatchback with four in the floor was my ride after high school. Gray with red vinyl bucket seats & am radio --stylin' :)

1974 Vega Wagon | Curbside Classic: 1974 Chevrolet Vega Panel Express – A Sedan ...

Dan had one of these when I met him--brand new--silver wagon with baby blue rims with chrome trim rims..

“The Chevrolet Vega was designed to be shipped vertically. Special rail cars cars designed jointly between General Motors and the Southern Pacific Railroad held 30 Vegas. Chevrolet conducted vibration and low-speed crash tests to make sure nose-down Vegas wouldn’t shift or be damaged in railcar collisions. Chevrolet’s goal was to deliver Vegas topped with fluids and ready to drive to the dealership.” - Wikipedia