"Driven by Love: My El Camino Took My Heart … and My Phone"

Driven by Love:  MY EL CAMINO TOOK MY HEART … AND MY PHONE The '59 El Camino was my pride and joy, a vintage gem that I'd poured endless hours into restoring. Every nut, every bolt—I
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Have a Car you want to SHOW 'N SELL?

Information on how to showcase your car or advertise through Southeast Chevy Parts.
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Gerry's Roman Red 1960 Sedan Delivery

1960 marked the final production year for General Motor's Sedan Delivery. Starting in 1949, they slowly grew in popularity for being a dependable work vehicle until the late 1950's when other, more efficient vehicles took their place. The Sedan Deliverys offered plenty of storage space since they removed all but the drivers seat. Additionally, businesses would use them as their own mobile billboard since the rear side glass was replaced with metal panels in order to paint the company's information. As a work vehicle, they received more abuse than the typical passenger car, making it extremely difficult to find good quality used parts.
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