PROJECT AMERICAN HEROES ONLINE ARCHIVE
Here they are, the links to all the stories about Project American Heroes, live on the Super Chevy website. Just click on the links below to see the story you're interested in!
Part 1 - Project American Heroes Part 1 - Aug. '07 Issue
Part 2 - Project American Heroes - Brake'em Up, Line'em Up - Sept. '07 Issue
Part 3 - Project American Heroes - Bringing Up The Rear - Sept. '07 Issue
Part 4 - Project American Heroes Chassis Build - Chevy Classics 2007
Part 5a - Project American Heroes - Shock & Awe - Oct. '07 Issue
Part 5b - Project American Heroes Part 5 - Dec. '07 Issue
Part 6 - Project American Heroes Part 6 - Jan. '08 Issue
Click here to see Project American Heroes in Washington D.C.
Click here to see Project American Heroes on the auction block at Barrett-Jackson West Palm Beach
From start to finish, the ultimate goal of Project American Heroes has been to help our service men, women, and families, past, present, and future. When the gavel banged at Barrett-Jackson West Palm Beach, the newest '57 Convrtible built accomplished that goal. Gary Cecchini became the new owner of PAH, and gave the massive donation of $130,000 dollars to the Armed Forces Foundation in purchasing the car.
While Super Chevy Associate Publisher Joe Rode, and Armed Forces Foundation President Patricia Driscoll watched from the auctioneer's podium, with a group of local war veterans cheered from the stage, the bids quickly climbed like a fighter jet above the $100k mark. As the bidding narrowed to two, everyone was holding their breath to see what the final number would be.
Special thanks goes out to everyone involved with this project, particularly the crew at The Roadster Shop, Jamie Wiehe and the Barrett-Jackson crew, Patricia Driscoll and the Armed forces foundation, plus many others. Watch for future in-depth coverage of the Project American Heroes sale, and a thank you to all those involved.
Click here to see other highlights of the Barrett-Jackson West Palm Auction