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Chevrolet Was Utterly Transformed In 1955 With A Ground Up Redesign That Replaced Dull Dependability With Stylish Sizzle And It Had A Classic Simplicity Of Design That Received Much Acclaim When It Appeared In November Of 1954. 1955 Chevy’s Were Hail...

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The Ford For 1932 Was Extremely Handsome With Both Front And Rear Fenders Being Fully Crowned. The Soon-To-Be Classic Radiator Shell Was Slightly Veed And Carried Vertical Bars And Positioned In The Center Of The Curved Headlight Tie-Bar Was Fords Ti...
JUST IN, STAY TUNED FOR MORE PHOTOS AND VIDEO OF THIS RARE COUPE A Very Rare Un-Cut 3 Window Deluxe Coupe That Has Not Been Hot Rodded The 1936 Ford Was The Last Year Of Freestanding Headlamps.. All Original Henry Ford Steel With Exception Of Gla...
In 1969 De Ville was restyled in the Eldorado image. An Eldorado-like front fender treatment evolved and helped to emphasize a stronger horizontal design line. Rear quarters were extended to give the car a longer look. There was an all new grille wit...
Chevrolet Was Utterly Transformed In 1955 With A Ground Up Redesign That Replaced Dull Dependability With Stylish Sizzle And It Had A Classic Simplicity Of Design That Received Much Acclaim When It Appeared In November Of 1954. 1955 Chevy’s Were Hail...
Cutlass Supreme Was One Of The Most Popular Cars Of The Eighties. With Its Sculptured Styling That’s Impressively Strong And Aerodynamically Correct. Owned By One Loving Family Since New And SHOWING ONLY 53,XXX MILES Features Include On This Rear W...
The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch wheelbase, ...