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Good link Rog but don't forget Chevy lovers should give their thanks Switzerland for Louis Chevrolet who was born there
in 1878 then in 1900 move to United States


Without him we might be driving or would have seen a lot more of these on dealers forecourt
and what a cool pic' it is too


Thats the price not the year........:D

Bob........

 

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Fabulous vid, especially the 50s/60s when each new year's car designs were genuinely a thing of excitement.
and I love an early Camaro, sort of a working class Firebird...:lol:
 

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Excellent Rog, great post. And I would like to say that I'm not the boy looking in the 1959 dealer showroom, lol.
 

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Fabulous vid, especially the 50s/60s when each new year's car designs were genuinely a thing of excitement.
and I love an early Camaro, sort of a working class Firebird...:lol:
i have had several early camaro`s and still have my black 67 427 4spd and i have had a 68 firebird red with a red interor 389 turbo 400 12 bolt and have to agree my firebird was one up on the camaro on its trim level

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hi rog,
brilliant great find 100 years of chevrolet they were only 58 years old when i started driving the streets on my 56 bsa b31 cafe racer before i was got by the rossers,

my how time has changed

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Yea Frank time flies, when I got my '57 Chevy it was only 20 years old.

Rog.
 
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