Jon and Rilla Lemon's silver over yellow bubbletop Chevy is a bit of an argument starter. From the front, it appears to be a '62 model, but from the fenders back, it is a '61 Impala. Whatever you call it, it is a street-driven beauty.
Jon and Rilla Lemon's silver over yellow bubbletop Chevy is a bit of an argument starter. From the front, it appears to be a '62 model, but from the fenders back, it is a '61 Impala. Whatever you call it, it is a street-driven beauty. The Wichita Eagle
Jon and Rilla Lemon's silver over yellow bubbletop Chevy is a bit of an argument starter. From the front, it appears to be a '62 model, but from the fenders back, it is a '61 Impala. Whatever you call it, it is a street-driven beauty. The Wichita Eagle

Chevy bubbletop starts plenty of conversations

March 24, 2012 05:00 AM

UPDATED March 28, 2012 03:43 PM

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