In 1969 the Chrysler Corporation produced it's first Plymouth Duster, which was a compact-sized sports version of the Valiant. This was during the height of the "muscle Car" era, a time when cars with 360 to 426 horsepower engines could be purchased right off of the showroom floor ...
I cannot thank my friends enough for the good wishes and concern expressed during Hurricane Sandy, and yes, that means you! Through much wind and rain, we never lost power or as much as a shingle from our residence. We were blessed to have rode through the storm so well and I have no doubt that your thoughts and prayers played a part. Thank you!
Others were not as fortunate and we should keep them in our hearts and prayers. We can all help with a small donation to the American Red Cross.
UPDATE:This is a 1955 Chevy, which I misidentified in the initial write-up. A correction to the title and post text has been made. The permalink has been left intact to avoid breaking previously distributed links. My apologies for the error.
Today I am finally posting an image I have looked at numerous times, deciding that there was something that gave me pause about it. Most of us have been there, going back and forth in an attempt to rate an image worthy of showing. Well today is the day, for better or worse...
The 1955 Chevy, to this day, remains a much sort after and highly popular automobile. They carry a certain nostalgia factor, not to mention the fact that they look and sound great.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
One of the things I am always on the lookout for are vintage hot rods. Not just any hot rod, but ones that just beg to be photographed and happen to be surrounded by the right setting. While out driving one day I came upon the scene below. Enjoy!
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