The Photos associated with these pages have been sent to me since December 1999.
These are all near original condition vehicles.
If you would like to display your Late '40s to Early '50s Model Chevrolet,
(preferably in near factory or restored condition, No Hot Rods Please)
send me an e-mail with your .jpg or .gif photos (limit 6 please)
with a brief description of your car with your name and location to: KHardy3830@comcast.net
Please note this is for 1946 through '54 Model Chevys Only!
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1950 Chevy Convertible
Ok, here is a couple of shots of my latest project. A 1950 Chevrolet Convertible I got this car 49 years to the day it was sold. It was originally bought in Tampa Florida 12/29/1950 by L.A.Twiggs of Tampa Florida and I got it 12/29/99. It is stock at this time, but when my 41 Chevy convertible is finished I will change this one a little.
1950 Chevrolet Convertible
The inside is red leather, the outside is Black.
of Supply, N.C
Submitted: January 2000
Canadian 1950 Chevrolet 2 Door
This 1950 model
Chevrolet is fully original. I'm the 3rd owner. The last owner started
1950 Chevrolet in the Netherlands
Hi, I like to present my first Chevy. I have bought it just recently in the south part of the Netherlands (at the German border). The car is a DeLuxe Styleline, with the original 6 cylinder engine and a Power Glide automatic transmission. It has been totally restored in 1991 after the car has been transported from Pennsylvania. As the picture shows, the car was covered with dust, since the it has been in a garage for over 2 years. All it needed was a new ( 6 volt) battery and some fuel directly in the carburetor !! I plan to maintain the car as it is, but hope to find a sun visor (which is hard to find in our country).
Jeroen Kamp of the Netherlands Submitted: 28 April 2002
1950 Chevy Bel Air
Purchased this 1950 Chevy Bel Air in February 2002 from an internet ad. Had the car shipped from Pennsylvania...sight unseen...a big mistake. The owner sent me two photos of the exterior...and they looked great. But I could not imagine that this would be a wolf in lamb's clothing. This was a learning experience. Got to see it first. before I ever buy again !! So many "irregularities" about this car....would be too lengthy to get into....but after a month of ownership....I decided the thing to do was get to work. I had been looking/wanting a Bel Air for long while. Now I had one...not really what I had imagined I was buying at the time...but a grand Bel Air, anyway. It's been non-stop work ever since and lots more to go to get it close to what was there in 1950.
It's getting there slowly. And after the initial disappointment....I am slowly
loving it more and more. This "first ever" Bel Air model is Serial
#8HKF35611 ...assembled in Atlanta, Ga. in June of 1950. It is a 3-speed powered
by an engine block casting #GAM3835253, which makes it a 1949 power plant. The
trim and paint information on the cowl tag is incorrect.
Check out my 1951 Chevrolet on the 1951 Chevy Scrap Book Page 2
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