Chevrolet High Performance was published by Petersen Publishing's Hot Rod operation. It was a full-sized format magazine and focused on Chevrolet performance cars. Content featured more modern vehicles, restoration and technical tips, and street machines.
Like many Petersen titles in the 1980s, it started first as an annual in 1984 under the Hot Rod High Performance Series. It then became a quarterly magazine in 1986 and went to a bi-monthly schedule in 1987. August 1990 was the last printed issue, then the magazine was re-titled as Chevy High Performance.
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The publisher provided net paid circulation data to The Standard Periodical Directory in 1988 through 1991. Annual print production was reported as 540,000.
A total of 28 issues was printed from 1984 Annual through August, 1990 when it was re-titled. Cover images are complete.