Salute to the qbow tieq Louis Chevrolet was a well-known race car driver and builder/designer in the early 1900s, but it's doubtful ol' Louis himself could ever have imagined that his French surname would eventually be as purely American as qbaseball, hot dogs, and apple pie.q Just Chevys assembles a century of great Chevrolets and the stories that make these cars memorable. From the Model T fighters of the early 1900s, to the fabulous finned wonders of the 1950s, the high flying Corvettes and muscles cars of the 1960s and beyond, Just Chevys spotlights the cars, and the car lovers, who have made Chevrolet America's most beloved car.Thestepvan business found new owners in 2003, and is now operating under the Morgan Olson brand. TheTruhlarsa#39; Grumman-bodied 1953 stepvanwas made roadworthyby rebuilding the original235-cid engine and four- speed manual transmission. ... The deliverytruck was driventoa cruise-in inFort Atkinson in mid- August 2004. ... three-door 1972 Chevrolet Suburban), asignonthe stepvan provided passers-by with a vision of what the truck would look like once Spring Jeffersonanbsp;...
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