1953 Chevy Truck For Sale, Historic Hill-Climbing Hot Rod From 1954 Lives to Race Today-It’s old enough to see this car before, perhaps when it appeared in the HOT ROD publication in July 1958. Since then, the Hot Rod Editor, originally created by Bob Davis Boone, North Carolina, has several locations. Now it has been completely refurbished and updated with the latest technology for running, climbing and racing.
Bob Davis built this car in winter 1953-54 after serving in a military in Europe and taking part in improvements that are much more popular than here. He was second, third and fourth in the first season and was thriving in 1955 by winning Pilot Mountain. Davis handed over the car to other drivers, ruled Grand Hill Climb for three consecutive years and won four consecutive wins at Chimney Rock, NC, with Ed Welch and Phil Styles. The styles that bought the car for $ 1957 600 drove on the road in Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia. May 18, 2013 Garrett and Maggie Van Camp moved the car to Boone, North Carolina, where she was born to show her widow and family Davis Davis. Maggie Van Camp said: “Joyce Davis, her daughter Kathy and her 100 friends met at Chevrolet’s office, where Bob Davis worked, drove the car to the city where it was built, was a magical weekend in time like Thunderhill Raceway in Northern California, Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Put -Bay on Lake Erie in Waterford Hills, Michigan, and the luxury of classic shopping at Lime Rock, Connecticut, replaces tires with old Dunlop tires and changes the ratio to 4.11 at a reasonable price from 3.78
1953 Chevy Truck For Sale
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