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Old 04-11-2014, 06:27 PM
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Old School 55 Chevy Drawing

This is a drawing that I thought I would share. Brickyard had sais something about 55-57 Chevy'ssss here's one.

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Old 04-11-2014, 06:28 PM
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What are we supposed to see?? Nothing is there.
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55 Chevy Old School drawing

Brickyard had said something about 55-57 Chevyssss Here's one.

Have a great weekend!
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Kool. Nice artwork.
When I was in high school , my best buds oldest brother Had a 55 and it was candy apple red.BUT it had a stars and stripes fiberglass tilt front end.
It was a sight .The front end was also done with glitter in it. It was so cool.
It had a SBC and a 4 speed.It was a pretty hot car. It ran "E" gas back in the day and was a major player when it ran at brohman in michigan
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Thanks so much Latech. I can recall those days too brother,, sounds like your bud had quite the car!
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Look at this page here.
The 55 at the bottom. I suspect was his brothers car before they got it and painted it.
The original owners son was looking for it a few years back. I suspect it was the same car my bud owned, but his bro had it painted.(starts and stripes etc.)
I cant say for sure, but they got it in 73 or 74 and it had the fiberglass tilt front end and the new paint. They later traded it for a 66 chevelle. Big mistake.
Painted Jester is from Michigan too.Maybe he has seen this car.
Anyway 55 -57 chevys are pretty sweet and sounds like a great topic for some artwork.


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Brickyard had said something about 55-57 Chevyssss Here's one.

Have a great weekend!
Cool!

How about a nose high, straight front axle, radiused rear wheel opening version of this???
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Brickyard had said something about 55-57 Chevyssss Here's one.
Have a great weekend!
Gorgeous, really nice work....
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That is a very nice drawing of a 55. Better than a foose as far as I am concerned. It is a classic rendering.
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Brickyard had said something about 55-57 Chevyssss Here's one.

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I'm lovin' that! That's an awesome rendering! Other than the hood scoop, it could be my beloved '55!
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Thanks Latech... I don't know about that,,, a foose drawing is pretty awesome. What a great compliment ! I appreciate it brother.
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Hey BB, I shoulda kept the scoop off and sent the rendering to you brother.. That 55 you posted, was that your car? Thanks so much for the compliments!! Have a great weekend brother!
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Hey BB, I shoulda kept the scoop off and sent the rendering to you brother.. That 55 you posted, was that your car? Thanks so much for the compliments!! Have a great weekend brother!
Yeah, the black '55 is my baby!
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What a beauty!! I wish knew, I woulda left the scoop off.. And I coulda sent you a metallic print. I have a company that does prints of some of my drawings.. It's 78 degrees here in Mo today and that 55 would look good in my garage!! Lol!! Great car man.
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What a beauty!! I wish knew, I woulda left the scoop off.. And I coulda sent you a metallic print. I have a company that does prints of some of my drawings.. It's 78 degrees here in Mo today and that 55 would look good in my garage!! Lol!! Great car man.
Thanks! I'm working on some ideas on drawings of my '55, and I'll post them when I finally get them done.
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