Chuck Downey knew he had to have this '57 Chevy 210 the minute he saw it. It was a near-perfect match to the 6-cylinder car he bought from an aunt many years ago. Needless to say, this one has V-8 power to spare.
Chuck Downey knew he had to have this '57 Chevy 210 the minute he saw it. It was a near-perfect match to the 6-cylinder car he bought from an aunt many years ago. Needless to say, this one has V-8 power to spare. The Wichita Eagle
Chuck Downey knew he had to have this '57 Chevy 210 the minute he saw it. It was a near-perfect match to the 6-cylinder car he bought from an aunt many years ago. Needless to say, this one has V-8 power to spare. The Wichita Eagle

Two cars, one purpose

December 04, 2010 12:00 AM

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