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Checker Marathon - 1961-1982Details click here
They are now just a fading memory, but a generation of bulky, upright checker taxicabs once roamed the streets of american cities before giving way to less sturdy but more fuel-efficient sedans. Each year, checker also made several hundred to 1,000 practically identical passenger cars.
Chevrolet 2 400 Bel Air - 1953-1954Details click here
Its 1952. You run the biggest company in the world. Your bel air chassis is vintage 1949 and you wont have anything new until 1955, but the american public loves novelty. What do you do? for starters, add lots of chrome, redesign the panels and hire dinah shore to sing about a glamorous new star.
Chevrolet 5-passenger Touring - 1920Details click here
Chevrolet offered a number of models in 1920, including the roadster, coupe, sedan and touring, as pictured. An inline 26-hp 171-cid 4-cylinder engine, or a 37-hp 224-cid 4-cylinder engine powered these cars, both coupled with a selective sliding gear 3-speed transmission. Options on the Chevrolet included front and rear bumpers, a spare tire, step plates, a Fat Man steering wheel, cowl lights, wind wings, an outside rearview mirror, and special paint.
Chevrolet Bel Air 409 - 1962Details click here
In the middle of the 1961 model year a new 409-cu.-in. V8 engine became an optional offering for all fullsized chevrolets. To accommodate this powerful engine, the model of choice for drag racers was bel airs sports coupe. One of these cars clocked a blistering 12.83 seconds for the quarter mile from a standing start
Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible - 1956Details click here
In the mid 1950s, chevrolet was making cars that would soon be recognized as classics. After a record-setting 1955, chevy publicized the 1956 models with the slogan, the hot ones even hotter. the hottest of the hot was the bel air convertible.
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