Fernvale QLD, the place where all old cars go to be restored, was hosting this 1960 Chevy Belair. Eagle-eyed ANOCSC spotter Darren had to sneak around the back of the Fernvale bakery to get this snapshot of the Chev baking in the glorious QLD sunshine.
Not to be outdone by our ridiculous number of posts of badges, Darren gives us this. We are so devastated he kicked our ass with this one post – damn this amazing Chevy badge!
The ANOCSC kids had to get to Morwell for a basketball tournament and what better way to get them there than in a smashing 56 Chevy. A quick paint job to match the team colours and it was off up the Gippsland highway with a boot full of baggy shorts, singlets and water bottles. A great weekend had by all – even though there was no addition for the ANOCSC trophy cabinet.
Chevy Biscayne. So low. So wide. So low. So much chrome. So low. So much to love.
57 Chevy. Sexy as hell. I could follow that rear end around all day long.
David had us all green with envy. He told us all about how this car has been in the family for years and he’s done a bit of work on it to get it purring nicely (a mild 186). David also mentioned that he’s only driving this HR because his other HR is getting some panel work done (thanks to a motorbike attempting to attach itself to the car). The problem was, it was tough getting this HR out of the garage, cos he had to move his immaculate 1955 Chevy. I wish I had David’s problems…