1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevy\'s
Is that black wagon a 58? I can't tell.
the 727 area code indicates New Jersy... Which is a bummer for a Georgian like me... NORTHERNERS!!! SAVE EMM!!!!!!!
when does the movie start
i love all oldies,domestic only.
Would be nice if there was a frame/firewall back 150 '55 there for sale in good shape. "myhot56" sounds like you really want a Chevy, most do !
Too bad not all of them are under roof. Better yet parked in my barn !!
This almost makes me cry... and you guys make me laugh!
hey,try my fiber bars...they work wonders!
this pic killed my buzz
Au contrair myhot56kustom person. Let the record show that the GM 567 shoeboxes are still ahead of the pack in popularity, performance, resale and reliability now, and well into the that pervebial sunset. So why one would settle for a middle of the road ride to cruise in the next 50 yrs. is beyound my comprehension. As for my Geritol, try it, you mite like it especially with a Stroh's chaser. I only indulge in this libation after a long day of cruising in the worlds most popular riding machine, the 57 Chevy. Life goes much better in a Chevy.
well,i'm happy to say the popularity,resale,and sex appeal(not sure what sex has to do with cars?)is fading into the sunset like your geritol,so i'll keep cruising my unique cruiser another 50 years..cause thats the way life goes..
Please don't feel insulted,"if the shoe fits,ware it". We do.
To myhot56kustom: Its only natural that you have that ho hum outlook toward those 567 "bellybuttons "and I fully understand why. There are more of those "bellybuttons" still around after 50 years then those other wannabee middle fifties shoeboxes. The proof is in the pudding especialy in popularity, resale value and sex apppeal. Ask any dude or dudess over 50. Sorry if the truth hurts but thats the way life goes.
55-57 chevys are NOT true shoeboxes,49-51 fords are.what an insult...
Luziananman: I'm retired to an lovin it.Theres' nothing like cruising the nursing homes-seniors centers looking to pick up some sweet matured lady and head out the local bingo parlor or dance the light fantastic in a toquoise and white five seven Chevy BelAir, hard top. Theres' plenty of room in the trunk for a walker if necessary. Forget using the back seat, it's to hard to get back there,besides I'd probably fall asleep. Save your coins. buy that shoebox,and party on bro.
yeah boy gimmie the address!!
Correction....I never thought that they would become so scarce on the street.....sorry about the screw up...I had a senior moment.
This picture brings back a lot of great memories from the 60's, and 70's. I had a 57 Belair Post, and 2 57 Belair Hardtops. Everybody and their Brother-in-law had a tri-5 Chevy back then. I never thought that become so scarce on the street. I'm retired now, maybe I can get another Shoe Box and make some more great memories. Ain't nothing like an old Chevy.
oh wow.more typical 567 bellybuttons.ho hum.
These are worth alot!!
yes nice fine but dont care for them,everyone has one,the rare the find the funner it is to build,but thay are a car for a first time builder.
WOW! Where is this place?
These all look like they were people's high school cars!
JUST THINK NEXT WEEK THESE CARS WILL BE ON E-BAY FOR THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
Chevy heaven LOL
yes the guy dose sell them some and not to pricie eather i think his phone is 727 992 9254
Fill up the tank its time to go cruising!
where are this cars and are they for sale
looks like "Chevy-Heaven"....