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  1. #11
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    jumped into the Camaro on tuesday evening and headed back to the King Billy pub, some good r&r was being DJ'ed and food was being cooked.
























    i know the below, is a chevrolet, but would like to know the model or what you would call this, cheers

    Last edited by camaroSid; 03-09-20 at 02:33 PM.

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    Looks a bit like a 1934 ish coupe with a ford grille?
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    shame i didn't get a rear shot of it, then i could of done a reg check, its a chevy engine, has v8 hubcaps and i think the badge stuck on the grill is a chevy bow, with a bit of red paint top left and bottom right


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    Looks like a 33/34 chevy coupe with a chevy grill to me



    compare this Chevy to the California Kid Ford

    both were available as 3 or 5 window versions.
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    I would agree that it's definitely a Chevy, but if you want to know what model it is, that's going to be a hard question to answer. American model designations in the 1930s were very confusing and were typically related to the engine, which obviously one can't usually discern from outside. Even if I knew Chevy's 1933/34 model designations, I still wouldn't know because there's no way that car left the factory with an ohv V8. In fact, Chevy didn't make any V8s until 1954, save for the one-year-only Series D in 1918. Maybe the hubcaps are from a Ford - the badge on the headlight bar definitely is.

    If I had a 1933/34 Chevy sales brochure in my possession I might be more helpful, but I haven't. Thanks for the pics, by the way. That '32 is pretty tuff, and the '41 Pontiac would be quite interesting if it's a genuine staff car.

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    with the lock down "group of 6 rule" coming in on the Monday, helped make Sundays meet at the milk churn an even biger event, as who knows when the next car meet will be, in the photos below I have tried to only show cars that have not appeared in previous posts

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    ^^^ part two from last post ^^^

    I snapped these two as they were leaving





    this last one was not taken by me, but has been given some magic trick to make my Camaro look like a toy car

    Last edited by camaroSid; 17-09-20 at 09:19 AM.

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