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Chevrolet Convertible - 1941Details click here
Chevrolet is 90-hp 216-cid 6-cylinder engines along with 3-speed manual transmissions. Chevrolet took on a new appearance for 1941 with a longer, lower and wider body. The new bodies featured a revised grille and an alligator-style hood that replaced the side panels. The headlamps, accented by separate parking lamps, were molded into the front fenders, and the running boards were replaced with concealed safety steps.
Chevrolet Corvette - 1955Details click here
In 1954, chevrolet produced 3,600 corvettes, but at the end of the year, 1,100 remained unsold. This, and the release of fords new thunderbird, made general motors realize that the corvette would have to be revitalized inside and out. The company responded with all new color combinations and a powerful v8 engine that thrust the corvette into its new niche: Sports car.
Chevrolet Corvette - 1965Details click here
In 1965, chevrolet came out with its most powerful corvette yet. Midway through the year, a 396-cu.-in. big block engine, matched with a close-ratio four-speed manual transmission, was made optional on more than two thousand coupes and convertibles. With 425 hp, this vette was intended for serious drivers only
Chevrolet Corvette - 1957Details click here
After an invasion of postwar imports like jaguar xk 120, american carmakers were determined to build a true sports car a roadster. The legendary corvette was the result, and at the time it had only one rival, the original ford thunderbird. When ford planners turned the formerly sleek t-bird into a bloated four-seater in 1958, the corvette was on its own.
Chevrolet Flee Tune Aerosedan - 1942Details click here
By 1942 one out of every four american cars was a chevrolet, so it was big news when for that model year a fastback two-door model called the fleetline aerosedan joined the lineup. Lowrer at the roofline than any other 1942 chevy, this streamlined vehicle retains a surprisingly contemporary look
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