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Chevrolet Impala - 1958Details click here
The impala, in all of its various body styles, enjoyed almost three decades of production. It was originally introduced as a hardtop coupe and a convertible in 1958, when it quickly became known as the nations favorite family car, helping chevrolet to take over from ford as the no. 1 american automaker.
Chevrolet Nova - 1973Details click here
Introduced for 1962 as the six-cylinder series of the new compact chevy ii, the nova won notoriety in the late 196os as a muscle car with the super sports option. By 1973 the performance era was over, but nova made some news by adding a hatchback coupe to the line and creating a fancier-trim custom series.
Chrysler 300b - 1956Details click here
The second edition of chryslers high-performance 300 series, the 300b two-door hardtop coupe dominated nascar grand national racing with 22 wins and was americas fastest and highest-powered car in 1956. A 300b set a new world speed record for passenger cars with a time of 139.9 mph at daytona beach.
Chrysler 3ood - 1958Details click here
In 1955 chrysler introduced the first of its 300 series, americas fastest and most powerful production car of the time. The fourth of the annual letter 300s was the 1958 300d, available as a convertible or hardtop. Only 809 were produced.
Chrysler Airflow - 1934-1937Details click here
Trains, planes even childrens toys were being streamlined in the 1930s, but when chrysler tried to shake up the automobile industry with a model based on aerodynamic principles, its new airflow was a flop. Nevertheless, the innovative design was to prove one of the most influential in automotive history.
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