Exterior Color: Green
Interior Color: Green
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Trim: Bel Air
Drive Type: none
Anacoco, Louisiana, United States
I am selling my 1953 Belair two door post that I bought a few years ago to start a hotrod project. I am only selling it due finding one already finished and therefor do not need another one. This car is a solid Texas car and has no rot in any floor board, trunk or rocker panels. In fact when you lift up the seem sealer that is covering some of the different spots on the floor boards, there is still shiny steal under it. The only rot in the whole car is a quarter size hole on the passenger side under the door. This car was bought without an engine or a transmission in it, due to I was going to put a crate motor in it. The car has the original color on it that is wore down to an awesome patina that I was going to just clear coat and leave alone. The only thing the car will not come with is the rims and tires that are on it. Those are my extra set that I use to move around my other cars. It does come with an extra second complete top and bottom back seat. One of the hardest things to come by on these old project cars is the title and I have a clear Texas title in hand. If you are looking for a solid car with no welding needed, this is an excellent candidate! If you have any questions, feel free to ask away! Thanks.
Despite the fact that the 2013 Chevy Sonic is a fun, plucky little thing - especially in ever-so-slightly hotter RS guise - it is not, in fact, a skateboard. But don't tell that to rapper Theophilus London.
In General Motors' latest spot for the Chevrolet compact, London needs to make a quick run to the store for some milk. And even though, once again, the Sonic is not a skateboard, it ollies, pops and gets air because, you know, it's just so much fun to throw around.
If this video looks familiar to you, it's because this is the full ad that we first got a preview of in Chevy's longer, full-line spot, where the brand's "Find New Roads" tagline was introduced. Scroll down to see this dedicated Sonic spot, along with the older ad, and remember, the Sonic is still - still - not a skateboard.
One of the things that dogs the full comeback of General Motors is the instability of its marketing. That part of the automaker got yet another big shakeup today when GM confirmed what I have been tweeting for a few days - strong rumors that the Chevrolet and Cadillac ad accounts are walking to new ad agencies.
Cadillac, GM's luxury brand, is going into review from Fallon Worldwide, Minneapolis and the indications are that Campbell-Ewald, Chevy's old ad shop, will end up with most or all of it. C-E just announced that it was moving from its long-time home in Warren, MI to a new downtown Detroit office next to Ford Field, just blocks from GM.
The other shoe to drop shortly will be the shift of GM's most important brand, Chevy, from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners of San Francisco to McCann-Erickson of Troy, MI. McCann used to be the agency for Buick and GMC, as well as GM's corporate advertising, and has retained some pieces of business over the last few years. Sources have even told us that it was McCann that did a lot of the creative work on Chevy's new ad platform, Find New Roads. (Not to be confused with a former McCann tagline for Saab, "Find Your Own Road.")
The Z06 is just about everything we got in the last ZR1, but better.
After a bright-yellow false start, here is the real thing: the fourth-generation, 2015 Corvette Z06. If Chevrolet makes a ZR1 version of the C7 Corvette, it's going to be absolutely mega, because the Z06 is just about everything we got in the last ZR1, but better.