Chevrolet Leader News 1935 Vol. 1, Part 1 – US Auto Industry @YouTube

Promotional newsreels featuring a variety of Chevrolet-centric stories, including: the building of Norris Dam in Tennessee; an automobile racing an ice boat across a lake in Mt. Clemens, Michigan; gasoline economy tests on Detroit streets; women showing off their hairstyles… Read More ›

How Frank Winchell defended the Chevrolet Corvair, in his own words – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

[Editor’s note: While speaking with Nick Gigante regarding his upcoming Corvair Vindication Day event, Nick forwarded us a transcript of the speech that Frank Winchell, his grandfather, gave to 900 or so members of the Corvair Society of America at the club’s annual convention… Read More ›

Cemented in history: Entombed 1954 Corvette joins museum’s collection – Larry Edsall

In 1954, Richard Sampson, a successful business owner in Brunswick, Maine, bought a new Chevrolet Corvette. Cemented in history: Entombed 1954 Corvette “After driving it for four years, he wanted to park it somewhere safe,” reports the National Corvette Museum in Bowling… Read More ›

Honda Restored A Chevy Truck Because History Matters More Than Brand – Christopher Smith

Honda Restored A Chevy Truck It was done to help celebrate American Honda’s 60th anniversary. Mention Honda to the typical reader and you’ll probably get a response relating to the Civic, Pilot, or possibly the NSX. That should be no surprise because these days, Honda is… Read More ›

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