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These are all near original condition vehicles.


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1951 Chevrolet Styleline Four-Door


     This Chevy has been connected to the same family since its original purchase by Amos Abramsom in southern Illinois in 1951. After his death, the car was rescued from a demolition derby entry by Amos' nephew, Hugh Hufnagel. Later, he would sell the vehicle for its continued care to his sons, Gary and Larry, who sold it to their sister, Susan Bickel.
     I purchased it from my sister-in-law in the summer of 1999. The car is
unmodified, still containing its original interior, engine (less than 50,000 miles) and body.
It is currently used as a summer touring car by our family, primarily in Michigan and
Ontario. The car "summers" out of Lansing, Michigan.

Dave Bickel of Hong Kong, China                                                   Submitted: 11 May 2000


1951 4 Door Chevy Styleline Deluxe


Serial # 21JKC28843, Assembled in Janesville, Wisconsin in March of 1951. Powered with a 235 c.i. 6 cyl. engine and Powerglide Transmission.
This car is all Original and was in Duluth, Minnesota until 1998 when it was shipped to Arizona to auction. From there, the car made it way up to Washington State.



Dan Haarstad of Bellevue, Washington                                          Submitted: October 2000

1951 Chevy 2 Door Coupe


Purchased this 1951 Chevrolet 2 Door Style on 26th of March 2000 which is 90% restored. I bought this car with 2 things in mind: 1) my love of old cars & the fact you can actually work on them. 2) I have a 6 yr old grandson, Zachary, who I want to learn / appreciate cars & how to care for them.


Dale Kaluza of Highland, California                                     Submitted: 23rd October 2000


1951 Styleline Deluxe 2 Door


      Purchased my 1951 Styleline Deluxe 2 Dr. six years ago from a fellow in Orlando, Fla. He bought the car from a man who presently lives in West Virginia. The car made it to West Virginia originally from Pennsylvania. A while back I spoke on the phone to the man who originally owned this car in Pennsylvania. It had been stored for many years before going to W. Virginia.

     I had the interior restored...and other than mechanical repairs...only added those touches to keep it original. Also had a carpet put in with the new interior, however, carpets did not come standard on these models. But, it sure looks nice.
Had the AM radio great if you can find a station!! The heater is an aftermarket Arvin heater, which was popular at the time, also. The tires are Sears Silverstone tires put on by the owner from W. Va 18 years ago, so he tells me. Not much mileage since then....appear practically new.

     The car is a 235cid PowerGlide with all matching components. The motor # is JAD296980, casting 3835499, built in Flint, Michigan. The vehicle serial # is 9JKB, assembled in Norwood, Ohio in February 1951. The top color is Fathom green and below the belt Aspen Green....original 1951 color scheme for 2-tone models.

     If you are a member of the VCCA, my car is on the February 2001 cover of G&D club magazine. There is a club meetings in Punta Gorda, Fla. .....maybe see you there.  Always love to talk old Chevy stuff. Thanks.

Jim Deal of Lake Placid, Florida                                                                                   Submitted: 26 October 2001

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