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STORY OF THE WEEK
Ron Aguirre ~ X-Sonic

Ron Aguirre ~ X-Sonic

1956 Chevrolet Corvette designed and fabricated by Krankers of San Bernardino member Ron Aguirre of Rialto, California. Ron’s wild custom Corvette, known as the X-Sonic, is acknowledged as the first car ever using hydraulics to raise and lower the front suspension and the first show car featuring a bubble top plastic roof. Ron bought the...
Dan Gurney - The all time greatest racing driver

Dan Gurney – The all time greatest racing driver

On April 13, 1931, Daniel Sexton Gurney was born in Long Island, New York, by his beloved parents John Gurney and Roma Sexton. Dan graduated from Manhasset High School and Menio Junior College. After his studies, Dan served two years with the United States Army overseas in the Korean War. In the late 1940s, Dan’s...
Chevrolet Celebrates 100 Years – Part 3 of 3

Chevrolet Celebrates 100 Years – Part 3 of 3

During 1970, Chevrolet dealerships introduced a newly designed Camaro to the buying public. The new model incorporated an expensive looking body which included an elongated hood, flatter windshield slope and swept back roof line. It also included a highly new improved handling ride with sound isolation, smooth international flavor, and a Corvette rear type with...
Chevrolet Celebrates 100 Years - Part 2 of 3

Chevrolet Celebrates 100 Years – Part 2 of 3

By: MotorCities National Heritage Area. On July 1, 1945 Chevrolet and Ford restarted production on civilian automobiles before General Motors due to the strike of 1945. Chevrolet production was exceeded that year by Ford Motor Company. In 1949, Chevrolet introduced its post war style designs. The two new series offered by Chevrolet were the Fleetline...
Chevrolet Celebrates 100 Years - Part 1 of 3

Chevrolet Celebrates 100 Years – Part 1 of 3

By: MotorCities National Heritage Area. On November 3, 1911, Chevrolet Motor Company was incorporated in Flint, Michigan. The two masterminds behind the start were Mr. Louis Joseph Chevrolet and Mr. William Crapo Durant. History was born this year when the first Chevrolet, called the classic six, appeared at a small shop located on Grand River...
History - Chevy Bowtie

History – Chevy Bowtie

While surfing the web, I came across this great story from the Chevy web site. Interesting enough, we’ve had many conversations about our favorite Chevy, what engine came in what car, what we drove in high school and so on. But one question I don’t ever recall asking about is the Chevy emblem. This story...