|Today 09:07 AM|
I've always been told they only get paid from the neck down.
|Yesterday 09:13 AM|
That's what happens when you give them air conditioned cabs.
|Yesterday 08:25 AM|
|496CHEVY3100||Your Tax dollar at work|
|04-07-2015 09:23 AM|
|Custom10||Just about the strangest "car" I have ever seen, someone should restore it or at least get it road worthy if possible|
|04-06-2015 06:58 PM|
Meet Sir Vival, the safety car from a future that wasn't | Autoweek
The Sir Vival: Safe At Any Speed!
That's a cool car.
|04-06-2015 03:28 PM|
Well I just found out what it is. It's a 1958 Sir Vivel.
Yep a 1958 Sir Vivil.
|04-06-2015 03:20 PM|
It's one of these
|04-06-2015 03:10 PM|
Ahhhh? Kinda looks like it ought to be a amusement park ride, a vehicle that when the window was rolled down, a person would want to stick their heads out and yell "Shazammm!" or a lot of acid was consumed during the build.
I want it.
|04-06-2015 02:34 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||I don't have a clue|
|03-23-2015 09:29 AM|
|03-23-2015 08:31 AM|
I've seen the '55 before, but not here. It screams 70's street freak, or static show only. Can't imagine how it could be driven far, or at any speed over 25 mph.
Brian, your brother's wagon was super cool! The drop spindles they used back then always scared me, but the stance was still killer! Not a canyon carver, but super neat on cruise nights!
|03-22-2015 09:32 PM|
Wow the 55 is a danger machine, show room only or ditch runner. 1 run..
|03-22-2015 09:26 AM|
Here is my brothers '59 Chevy that my dad bought him for $750. It was a trade in on a new car (my dad was a salesman.) The only change in this photo from the day he bought it was it had American's on the back too but they were narrow and he had these chromies so he put them on. LOLOL
He lowered the car sometime around 1980 and kept those dropped spindles for years.
|03-22-2015 08:48 AM|
I don't know if this one ever got posted up.
Looks like a scary ride to me.
|03-18-2015 11:58 PM|
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