Chevy finished the two-way flying mile 1-2-3 in Class 4 (213-259 cid), the top car averaging 102.157 miles per As in 1955 and 1956, the 1957 Bel Air Nomad ( above) was both the priciest and rarest of all Chevrolets. ... In all, Chevy scored a convincing 574 points to win the Pure Oil Manufacturera#39; s Trophy, clobbering runner-up Ford (309) and third-place Mercury (174). ... units Body sill moulding Seatbelts Lower trunk lid edge moulding Wiring junction block Radio: manual, push-button, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Consumer Guide, R. M. Clarke|
|Publisher||:||Crescent - 1988-05-13|