An all original 1929 Chevrolet Coupe that came in a color other than black complete with an open air "Rumble" seat that helped Chevy become the top selling car in America. . Instead of having a 4 cylinder engine like the competition, this Chevy had the first "Stove Bolt" straight-six that was advertised as "a SIX for the price of a four". When Ford shut down production of the Model T in 1927, for the first time in history: Chevy briefly outsold Ford. Then two years later, this car's stylish looks and 50% bigger engine eventually outsold Ford's new Model A "head to head" and helped Chevy overtake Ford's massive lead as the top selling vehicle. The lead changed back and forth for awhile but Chevy eventually held on to the top spot and it was not until the mid eighties that Ford re-gained that title with the success of the Taurus and F150.
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