`Bub' Lovelady couldn't believe his luck when he first laid eyes on his 1931 Chevy coupe after his wife found it in a want ad in 1996. The car was totally stock, with under 36,000 miles on it and he drove it home, where the transformation to a true hot rod began.
`Bub' Lovelady couldn't believe his luck when he first laid eyes on his 1931 Chevy coupe after his wife found it in a want ad in 1996. The car was totally stock, with under 36,000 miles on it and he drove it home, where the transformation to a true hot rod began. The Wichita Eagle
`Bub' Lovelady couldn't believe his luck when he first laid eyes on his 1931 Chevy coupe after his wife found it in a want ad in 1996. The car was totally stock, with under 36,000 miles on it and he drove it home, where the transformation to a true hot rod began. The Wichita Eagle

1931 Chevy hotrod finds a home

October 31, 2009 12:00 AM

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