car club with over 170 enthusiasts
dedicated to the legendary
and 1957 Chevy
cars, trucks and Corvettes
Over the past years the term "Classic" has been applied to cars rather loosely. "Caprice Classic" for example.
Who makes a car into a "Classic"? What makes a car a 'Classic"? Certainly not the manufacturer by simply applying a name plaque.
To be properly termed a "Classic" a car must pass certain requirements.
First, the style must be innovative and pleasing to the eye - something special. It should be advanced for it's time in many aspects of engineering.
A Classic must be popular among all types of people. It must be sought after by museums, collectors and enthusiasts to preserve and own. A Classic must always be increasing in value, never decreasing.
And ... a Classic must weather the test of time to insure that it will continue to be ALL of the above in order to maintain it's Classic standing for generations to come.
Do '55, '56 and '57 Chevys measure up to be a true Classic? YES! The style is not only innovating and pleasing but also unique. It's advanced engineering is well known in many ways from the V-8 engine down to the spherical ball joints.
The 5-6-7 Chevy is definitely popular among people of all walks of life and is one of the most sought after cars today. We all know that it's value is on the rise every year.
A '55, '56 or '57 Chevy is a Classic if there ever was one!
The Dallas Area Classic Chevys was founded in 1976 and are dedicated to these 'Classic Chevys'. Our purpose is to establish an association of members based in the North Texas region for the purpose of encouraging the restoration and/or preservation of the 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevrolet automobile and truck. We participate in local, state and national events and invite all those that have these 'Classic Chevys' at heart to join us.
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