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" BOWTIES IN BARNS - PAGE # 38"
 
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This is one of the baddest Chevy powered cars ever made. Take the time to check out this whole
website to get the history. It's was almost to Chevy what the Cobra was to Ford. The car originally came
with a Bill Thomas modified 327, punched out to 377 with a double Rochester fuel injection unit,
this motor made a real 520 h.p. In 1963. In a car that weighed in at 1520 lbs dry. Oh my goodness.
This car definitely can be classified as rotting muscle. http://www.cheetahracecars.org/ch-rescue.html
Please check this out. Thank you, Weldon
Chevy Cheetah in a barn
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Below:  This is a '56 Chevy Bel Air 2-door post I found in Minnesota. Way out in a field, it looked like it was
totally restored from the road, it wasn't, it's just that nice of a car! The current owner is from Oklahoma,
and purchased the car down there over 30 years ago! He has not driven it for the last 20 years!! Originally it
was Blue and White, then painted red and white by the previous owner. Still has the Blue interior with a red
crash pad. The car is rust free, with MINT chrome and is complete, except for a hopped up
Chevy 327 or 350, and beefed auto tranny w/B&M floor shifter (60's vintage!).
Owner claims the car really went and was a blast to drive. ABSOLUTELY WILL
NOT SELL, and to make it worse, has no plans of doing even one more thing
with that car!! Apparently he gets offers to buy on a weekly basis!  Update:
after years of sitting in that field, it has vanished, no idea why or where!