Friday, December 19, 2014

1929 Chevrolet Phaeton

















Early advertisers exploited the commercial potential of the open road by paying farmers to allow signs to be painted on their barns. Parked in front is a 1929 Chevrolet Phaeton, featuring a "Stovebolt Six" engine, so named for its utilitarian slotted head bolts. This engine configuration gave Chevrolet an extra two cylinders over its four-cylinder Ford rival, and by 1927 Chevys were outselling Fords.
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