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These are all near original condition vehicles.
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(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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1954 Chevy Handyman Station Wagon
This car is all original sheet metal with no Bondo. Was in Florida all it's life
and now in New York. It is completely original with 6 volt system, standard
shift, 235 ci 6 cylinder engine except for the new paint job and interior.
of North Collins, New York
1954 Chevy Convertible
I inherited this car from my Dad, who acquired it in 1974. The car
was registered in Indiana 1968 and them brought to Florida by a college
student. The car is not restored, and has a 53/PG engine and
transmission. I put a new top on her last year, did a front end
rebuild over the winter and am anticipating 5 new Diamondback Classic wide
whites delivery very soon.
This car always turns heads in Myrtle Beach. I love it when some guy tells
me "Yeah, I had one exactly like it, except is was blue and it was a
Ford". Chevy Forever!! PS ,still looking for a correct 54' 235 somewhere
on the east coast.
of Myrtle Beach, S.C.
1954 Chevy Bel Air Hard Top
1954 Chevy Bel Air Hardtop. I have had it for about 4 years and it is
still all original. 235ci engine with power glide transmission, six volt
system. This car hangs out in the show me state in the hills of Ozark
1954 Chevy 4 Door Bel-Air
This is with the new paint and a few other small additions. " Peaches",
recently won 1st place in her class at "The Desert Classic Chevy Show" and
1st place in her class at "The Super Chevy Show" here in Phoenix.
My car "Peaches & Cream" is a 1954 Chevy 4 dr Bel-Air with the 235 ci
engine and powerglide transmission.
I have added new carpet (original design) dual exhaust w/Smittys
mufflers, tear drop spots, Laker pipes and Fiesta hubs. The car is
original through-out, runs and drives like a dream. I plan a new paint job
soon, but I will keep the same colors.
of Phoenix, Arizona
Submitted: 9 August 2002
Edited: 25 June 2003
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