This sign has been in the window of the dealership for over fifty years, telling those who passed that genuine Chevrolet parts could be purchased inside. For most of Dunn Chevrolet's life, GM was the global leader in auto sales, with cars like the Impala, BelAir, Chevelle, Nova, Corvair, Camaro, and Corvette leading the charge. This sign has been in the window of the dealership for over fifty years, telling those who Next door to the dealership building was a massive elevated wooden platform about one story high that served as the used car lot. In this photo you can see an early Corvair, '57 4-door, '60 Impala 4-door sedan, the nose of a '62 full size (can't tell if it's an Impala, Bel Air, or Biscayne), and an early '60s truck. After part of the building next to the platform collapsed around 1990, the wooden platform was removed, and the area was filled in with dirt to bring it level with the street again. Next door to the dealership building was a massive elevated wooden platform about one stor Hiding behind this parts counter is probably the biggest stash of NOS parts found in one place in over a decade. Walking through the cramped isles of shelves, we spotted all sorts of things. On a key rack we saw a whole stack of original Briggs & Stratton-made keys, a new 60s AM radio, brand new points sets, a myriad of amazing stuff. Hiding behind this parts counter is probably the biggest stash of NOS parts found in one p « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | View Full Article By Patrick Hill Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!