RacingJunk’s March Motor Madness Final Four Results & Championship Voting

Final Four Results:

Match-up #1

1963 Split Window Corvette: 635 votes


1970 Chevrolet Chevelle: 658 votes

With only a difference of 23 votes, the 1970 Chevelle barely edged out the Split Window Corvette to sneak its way into the championship. The 1963 Split Window Corvette is one of Chevy’s most sought after and iconic models, but the Chevelle’s notoriety, nostalgia, and accessibility were enough to seal the deal and take home the win!


Match-up #2

1965 Shelby Cobra: 653 votes


1932 Ford Coupe: 461 votes

The Shelby Cobra has dominated the bracket thus far, effortlessly beating everything put in its path. Although the ‘32 Ford Coupe put up the best fight so far, it still was no match for Carrol Shelby’s prized model. Look for a close match-up against the Chevelle in the final.


The championship bout is set, Chevelle vs Cobra, Chevy vs. Ford, who do you want to see win it all!

4 Comments on RacingJunk’s March Motor Madness Final Four Results & Championship Voting

  1. What is this big obsession over the Chevelle? It’s the BigMac of the hotrod world. Chevelles are not rare or exceptional in any way and anyone who wants one would have very little difficulty putting one in the garage.

  2. FWIW: There is no 2015 Shelby Mustang GT500, the last year was 2014. The hiatus ended this year with the 2020 Shelby Mustang GT500. The 2020 does not have a convertible option. Will the 2014 Shelby Mustang GT500 be the last high horsepower, 662HP, manual transmission, convertible? Certain to become highly sought after!

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