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More classic Chevrolets!

Check out these graphic images designed by Jason Muller.
Very cool!

Check out Harlan's restored 1941 Chevrolet!
This was his dad's car and is equipped with the original 216 engine,
bumper guards, push button radio
and heater with defroster, this is a spectacular example of this model year.
Nice car, Harlan!
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Frank lives in Augsburg, Germany and just bought this
1941 Chevrolet a few weeks ago. Welcome to the worldwide club
of 1941 owners, Frank!
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Check out this rare 1941 Chevrolet Cabriolet
Color: Cameo Cream w/ red interior
6 tube radio and 30 hour windup clock
brand new NOS 216 engine has less than 5,000 miles (found new in crate when car was refurbished about 30 years ago)
trim wheel rings
flying lady hood

Allan bought this incredible 1941 Chevrolet Coupe the Summer of 2002.
It sat 25 years in a friends garage before a full restoration.
The paint is Ruby Maroon metallic. It is equipped with an under seat heater, 12 volt conversion,  Le Baron interior, & 15" wheels.
 The mill is a rebuilt 216 with Fenton exhaust.
It rides like a dream with an all new suspension.

Check out Gary's gorgeous, fully restored
1937 Chevrolet Master Business Coupe!
Gary just purchased this classic beauty.

Take a look at Alan & Karen's two classic Chevrolets!
The top one is a 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe two door Sedan and is
equipped with a deluxe radio, heater, wipers and a dash fan.
 74,500 miles original miles.
The other is a 1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe 4 door with a frame off restoration by the previous owner. Only11,750 unconfirmed miles. Vehicle is beautiful black with 3" white walls. Engine is in top shape and has a split manifold. Interior was redone in original material and color. Glass is very good. Equipment includes outside sunvisor, front and back bumper trim, clock, bra, spare tire cover, very rare spinner steering wheel, heater, locking gas cap, and outside mirror. Antenna and uninstalled original style radio. All gauges work. Car shows extremely well and drives very good!

Check out Darrell's 1947 Chevrolet!
Is this gorgeous, or what?


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