Chuck also sent copies of his father, Charles Beideman's paperwork for his new 1932 Chevrolet, Sport Roadster, his father bought on his 17th Birthday, in 1932.
I added a photo of a 1932 Chevrolet Sport Roadster, I don't know a guy our age from Groveville that would not love to have this beauty of a car.
The cost of this car is about 7 tanks of gas in my Chevrolet Tahoe.
Chuck and I knew it would not be long before Charlie Donnell sent me a list, I got it the next day, like Charlie said "We wish we had these classics back", I'm glad we still remember them.
Charlie Donnell said he also had a 32 Ply, a 48 Chevy 4 door that he bought from Otto Warren for 300 bucks.
And Dave Seahorn had Charlie’s mother’s ole 55 Dodge.
Ronnie “Tink” Taylor had a 55 olds and a 58 Olds.
Tom "Tucker" Dwier, his 55 Chevy was turquoise exterior
Ronnie “Robbie” Robinson had a 59 Chev convertible.
Lynn “Bolton” Bolz had a 60 Chev.
Tom “Snodgrasses” Snyder 55 Chev was a 2 dr, hdtp in coral orange color that I converted to a stick shift. He also had a nice 48 Ford coupe he bought from Dave Stout that him and Bill Straley put a Chevy into and then drilled a hole into the side of the power glide trans when installing the Chev engine. Jimmy Gould soldered it up.
Barry Wright also had a 56 Chev with the twin antennas that we called the tuna boat.
Al “Buddy” Weiss had a 59 ply fury which was a rare find even then with all the power options it had. Then he went for a 1960 Pontiac 389 with a tri power 4 speed. A real classic today that we all wish we had back.
Gary “Lippy” Lippincott also had a 1952 Chev, with a 1956 GMC 270 6 cylinder, bored with Jahn’s domed pistons and three, one barrel carburetors, I locked the rear and spent all my money on axle’s at Brownies.
1932 Chevrolet Sport Roadster