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Chevrolet Corvette

The Chevrolet Corvette was introduced in 1953 as a combination of performance of standard sport cars with engine and transmission from the muscle cars. The Corvette was unique with the fiberglass body built by hand.
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Chevrolet El Camino

El Camino was introduced for the 1959, two years after the Ford Ranchero. It was a year of change for Chevrolet in general, as public wanted longer, lower and wider vehicles.

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Chrysler Imperial

The Chrysler Imperial was a bold decision from Walter P. Chrysler who introduced the model in 1926, as the company's top of the range model. The new personal luxury Chrysler Imperial offered 5 different body styles to the demanding public.
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Chrysler LeBaron

This first Chrysler LeBaron, standing on its own, was a rear-wheel drive with deluxe trim and equipment sold from 1977 to 1981. LeBaron models were available to the general public in coupes, sedans and station wagons.
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Chrysler New Yorker

Originally introduced as Chrysler New York Special model was a sub-series of Chrysler Imperial production line. It was available in 1938 as a 4-door sedan with great amount of comfort and space for the passengers.
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Chevrolet Bel Air

In 1950, a convertible Chevrolet with solid roof made a stunning entrance on the US car market turning the name Bel Air into an icon. At a price of $1,741 and weighing 1,463 kg Chevrolet had the whole town talking about their new unit.
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