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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)
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Please note this is for 1946 through '54 Model Chevys Only!
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1951 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe 4 Door Sedan
This is my 1951 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe 4 Door
Sedan. My father gave me this car September 1999. It was originally
purchased by a Mrs. Bertha A. Dagan (deceased 1977) of York, Maine from the
S.W. Johnson & Son Motors of Sanford, Maine. This car may have been a
demonstration model shown by the dealership to prospective buyers before
Mrs. Dagan's purchase. S.W. Johnson was her brother-in-law.
My Father bought the car from Mrs. Dagan's estate in
1985 and partially restored it back to near original. It still has the
original engine with 70,000 miles and most of the original parts. I am
now the 3rd Registered Owner of this Wonderful Car.
1951 Sedan Delivery
This is my '51 Chevy Sedan Delivery at a
drive-in in Blackfoot, Idaho, in 1999, just before I moved to Missoula, MT.
This photo shows the unique single door on the sedan delivery plus the
original single tail light. By the way, don't mistake this for a van. This
is not the same as a panel van, which is bigger and has two side-by-side
rear doors. A sedan delivery is essentially a station wagon with less
windows, and the unique door of course. That is a 1961 Thunderbird next to
it and I own both.
Canadian 1951 Chevrolet 2 Door
Submitted: January 2000
1951 Chevrolet Deluxe, 2Dr. Lovely driver. 216 six cylinder. 3 on the tree
Black Beauty. I am in the process of Restoring it and thinking of swapping to 12
volt. If any one has a suggestion, I will be more than Happy to hear from you.
I have owned this car since July 30th 1998. The engine was Rebuilt 5 years ago.
The car was driven from Ontario, Canada in 1969.to Oakatokes by Calgary where I
purchased it. Still runs Amazingly! I am going to be restoring this car.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Restored 1951 Chevrolet 2 Door
This car sat in a barn for 28 years, until the
barn began to fall. I purchased it from Ruby Duncan (diseased October 1998)
for $250.00 in March of 1998. The inspection sticker on the windshield expired
in 1968 so I figure that is when this car was parked. I had to put a new
gas tank, battery, tune up and lubrication and it fired up. Then I had to get
new tires since they were all dry-rotted. We have put over 7,000 miles on it
since we purchased it.
All the lights are the correct Guide lights for the
car. Headlights are T-3. Spotlights are S-18 Guide sealed beam. Fog lights
have the correct copper Guide label attached. I removed all the
stainless and polished it while the body was being painted. Plus I have spent
$5,000.00 in chrome.
is before all the surface rust was blasted off and repainted.
of Newton, North Carolina
Submitted: 21 February 2000
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