EDJL804 - Xander's 1957 Chevy Convertible
You can pick out a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air simply by looking at those magnificent,
well-known fins. Brought back in popularity through movies, television, and pop culture,
this Chevy remains a classic from the "Tri-Chevy" years. However, the 1957 Chevy wasn't
just a cool car to look at, it also had power under the hood with a 283ci V-8
engine. As one advertisement said, the car is "sweet, smooth and sassy!"
EDJL805 - Gile's 1963 Citroen
"Nothing moves you like a Citroen." For over 50 years, the French car known for its
bubble styling and slant nose has been a part of European revolution in automotive
engineering. And for 1960s consumers, the space-age appearance was popular to own.
So much so, that former owners of the car include General Charles DeGaulle,
actress Brigitte Bardot, and poet C. Day Lewis.
EDJL806 - Angle's 1967 Plymouth GTX Convertible
Jack L. Smith, cheif product planning manager for Plymouth, didn't begin
working on this car the traditional way. He started with a yellow pad and wrote
three simple letters: GTX. Set in stone, the call letters became the basis of the
legendary hot rod. Equipped with either a 440 4v engine, or a 426 hemi, the car
was power incarnate. The 440 did 0 to 60 in 6.0 seconds.
EDJL807 - Spike's 1959 Desoto
Named after the famed 16the centruy Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto, the Chrysler
Corporation added the DeSoto to its lineage in 1928. The 1959 DeSoto was part of the
3rd generation of body styling with a long and sleek familiar body style, which became
the car's trademark. The 1959 model came in a traditional two and four door models.
However, there was a 9-passender station wagon and a four-door wagon available to