Classics, Morris Minors & Other Classics
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***Original and restored Morris Minor travelers (woody wagons)
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’57 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible
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This 57 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible was bought new by Harry & Jean Gindhart on February 7, 1957 at Fort Sumter Chevrolet in Charleston, SC. The salesman was Bill Breedlove, who is now in his 80’s and still selling Chevrolets at Rick Hendrick Chevy in Charleston. The Gindharts moved in across the street from my family in 1962 when I was 11 years old. I grew up with this car. We still live across the street from each other to this day. They watched me grow up (a term I use loosely) and they have watched my kids grow up. This was their family car until the late 70’s. They were kind enough to allow me to have the car in 1981 provided I would “fix it up” and “never get rid of it”. 20 years later I finally kept the first part of the bargain. Ron McMahan spent hundreds of hours on this car. He has done quite a few 55-56-57 Chevys over the years and his expertise was a blessing. Tommy Ross of Ross’ Auto Painting spent a bunch of time on this project as well. He has a special talent that few body men have these days. My only job was to supply the money, supply the money and supply more money for the project. The car was redone in its original green and looks better than the way it did 49 years ago when it rolled off the showroom floor. Sorry, but this is my KEEPER and I will hand it down to my daughter, Allison.