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Chevrolet

Chev Inventory

Model Year

2 Dr - 4 Dr

Description

Picture

1939 CHEV  

TRUCK (in background)

 

1939? -1941? CHEV TRUCK
1940's CHEV  
1940's CHEV TRUCK
47 CHEV  2 DR RUNS
49 CHEV   FLEETLINE
50 CHEV   Bus
51 CHEV  2 DR COUPE 578F  
1952 CHEV  
53 CHEV   Car on Left
53 CHEV 2DR HT Camaro Clip

 

GONE!!

53 CHEV   Truck
1954 CHEV  
54 CHEV 5 Window  
54 CHEV 5 Window  
56 CHEV   4 DR BEL AIR
57 CHEV 

 

  In 57 the engine displacement was increased to 283 cu. in. and fitted with heads with larger ports and bigger valves along with fuel injection and was rated at 283 H.P. This was the first engine offered by U.S. auto manufactures to produce 1 H. P. per cubic inch.

SOLD!!

57 CHEV WAGON Car in Back

No Motor

57 CHEV 4 DR COMPLETE & RESTORABLE

 

SOLD!!

58 CHEV 2 DR DELRAY
58 59 CHEV   PANEL Van
59 CHEV 2 DR WAGON
59 CHEV 2 DR WAGON
59 CHEV 2 DR HARDTOP DRIVERS SIDE DENTED

 

NO MOTOR

61 CHEV SALE PENDING TRUCK FLEETSIDE SHORT BOX
 

62 CHEV 

 

  TRUCKS

3 Available

63 CHEV 2 DRHT CHEVY NOVA

 

SOLD!!

 

63 CHEV

 

2 DRHT  
 

63 CHEV

 

2 DR PARTS CAR No Picture Available - email us
63 CHEV   Parts Car
66 CHEV    SOLD!!
67 CHEV  2 DR CHEVELLE - NO POWER TRAIN

 

SOLD!!

69 CHEV   2 DR BEAUMONT - Parts Car

 

SOLD!!

69-70 CHEV 2 DR  CHEVELLE

 

SOLD!!

1973 - 1977 CHEV CAMARO

GMC Trucks

GMC 5 Window

 

1950-1953?

55 GMC Cabover  

 

A WikiMoment

Chevrolet was co-founded by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant. Louis Chevrolet was a racecar driver, born on December 25, 1878, in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland. William Durant, founder of General Motors, had been forced out of GM in 1910 and wanted to use Louis Chevrolet's designs to rebuild his own reputation as a force in the automobile industry.

On November 3, 1911, Chevrolet entered the automobile market to compete with the Ford Model T. A year later, the "Classic Six" was introduced. The Classic Six was a five-passenger touring sedan equipped with a 299 in3 (4.9 L), six-cylinder engine capable of taking the car to a top speed of 65 miles per hour (104 km/h).

Chevrolet first used its "bowtie" [3] logo in 1913. This logo is said to have been designed from wallpaper Durant once saw in a French hotel.

 

 

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