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67 Chevelle “Nova” SS. It’s a rare car especially in the drop top. The other a 57 Chevy. Not much there but cool Americana!
Ummmm..If Im not mistaken…That be 67 Chevelle…..One of my favorites next to the 69 and the 72….
They are Beautiful Though !!! 🙂
And I wonder if that ’57 Bel Air is really a fuel injected model as the side emblem indicates.
NO 57 IMPALA MADE, ITS A BELAIR, IMPALA CAME OUT IN 58.
Robert Luther You are wrong it’s a 57
anyone know who owens the 57 I think it was featured in super rod 8 to ten years ago. if it has a lsi and auto it would be nice to see were it is now. thanks
I’ll take the ’57 chev.
I will take the 67 SS 396, had one, same color red, hardtop, 4 speed Muncie, American mags, Firestone red line wide ovals…. Loved it, wish I had never sold it.
If I can’t have them both, I want the one on the left.
I love em both, but as far as awesome goes, the fins wins..ss, s r hard to beat…the body lines rule…
1957 chev impala conv 1966 chev chevelle conv
anyone who wouldn’t want both are crazy.
#2 THE 1957 CHEVY!
The 67 without a doubt!!
Both ! They are both beautiful cars.
Going to have to go with the classic 50″s but they are both great!
deffinately the one on the left.
the 57 its my birth date.
I’m not partial to convertibles or Chevys, but I’d go with the Chevelle in this case.
Definitely the 57 Chevy!
There was also a candy apple red 57 in there also.
to tough to call might say the 57 1st then the Chevelle unless the Chevelle was a69 SS.
The Black one was a 55 and Ron Howards was 58
i think that is a 56 chevy
and harrison ford drove it
it was black
The one on the right looks like the 57 chevy from American Graffitti. Like it
chevy 67 ss Chevelle cov. & 57 Chevy.
Like them both! BUT! Gotta stick with the Chevelle! One of my favorite models ever!
I’ll take the 57.
50’s Chevy by an edge.
ill like both but id take the 60’s ss with out a second thought.
I love them both… 🙂
i’ll take then both…..sweet
1950’s Chev. 1960’s Chev. Beautiful.
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