I saw this vehicle over the weekend. It appears to be a 1978 or 1978 Chevrolet El Camino. In any event, it is no later than 1987 as this basic style was from 1978-1987. There’s actually some basic information about this generation on Wikipedia.
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The “all new” 1955 Chevrolet was offered with “Motoramic” styling, improved handling and a new V8. Chevrolet matched smooth handling with it’s new performance by modifying the chassis to be longer, and added wider rear springs riding outside the frame rails, diagonally mounted shock absorbers to match, and an improved “Glide Ride” suspension. America took to the new 1955 Chevrolet 150, 210 and Bel Air (From OldRide.com, which has more information).
I saw this great truck in Crestwood, but I’ve been told that the owner lives in 16th Street Heights.
The Chevrolet light-duty Apaches offered a new appearance for 1959 including new interiors and 5 different exterior colors to choose from. The featured a husky parallel-design frame, tubeless tires, dual headlamps, high-level interior ventilation, and options and accessories for your every need. I was able to find some details here>>
I saw this on 11th Street, NW, in Columbia Heights. It appears to be a 1971, maybe ’72, Chevy Monte Carlo.
I found this Impala in an alley parking parking lot off of Lamont.