1957 Chevrolet

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I really like this color of blue. I would pay money to drive it a short distance to fully recall those days when I had a black 57 Chevy. even more so on a blue 55 Chevy

Comments (8)


MeInOhio 9:17PM | Wed, 28 September 2022

Nice shot of the car!


Radar_rad-dude 12:19AM | Thu, 29 September 2022

I've always loved this color blue as well! A fine looking old '57 that you have captured so nicely in this photo! Way to go my friend! Bravo and many fine kudos from me!


radioham 4:25AM | Thu, 29 September 2022

To me they don't make cars any more they just make boxes in my young days you could tell the make of the car by its shape Now all you hear is we have cut the weight the only way you can reduce the weigh is cut down the amount of strong steel you put into the body of the car Very nice photo


RodS Online Now! 4:37PM | Fri, 30 September 2022

A classic among classics! The unforgettable '57 Bel-Aire. This one's a beauty, and you got a grea photo of it, Richard.


CoolDimension 6:42AM | Sat, 01 October 2022


OmniFX 7:28PM | Sat, 01 October 2022

She is a beauty, and the blue color is awesome! Great photo!


Rosseliani 11:19AM | Sat, 08 October 2022

Louis Chevrolet was born 20 Km from my home. Altough I'm not that much into cars, I'm proud of those migrant people from my area (between France and Switzerland) who are now part of the legend of the American dream.


Richardphotos 5:03PM | Sat, 08 October 2022

so many immigrants has played a huge role in the success of the American way of life


Richardphotos 5:19PM | Sat, 08 October 2022

without Filipinos being medical personnel, hospitals and patients would be in big trouble.

Since 1960, over 150,000 Filipino nurses have migrated to the U.S.

I personally know many nurses/doctors from the Philippines

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