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    Default 200 Classic GM cars from a dealership unearthed in Nebraska

    How could all these cars be hidden away all this time?











    from the article:
    Unlike the Lambrecht collection, the Bullock Chevrolet dealership from Grant, Nebraska, doesn’t have any unsold and never driven cars in its premises, but it does have approximately 200 old vehicles worth checking out, plus a huge amount of parts.


    76 pictures and full article


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    tomas6791,
    Thanks for sharing. I did a search at lunch time and there are other sites with different pictures.

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    Some very interesting non-GM products in that list. For instance, the 1939 supercharged Graham "sharknose" sounds very cool.

    For those who are comic book geeks, the original Batmobile in the comics wasn't shiny black or customized. Although they didn't do product placement quite as neatly in those days, Batty-boy drove around in a supercharged sharknose convertible...

    I couldn't find a picture of a Graham roadster in red but here's one in green...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac View Post
    Some very interesting non-GM products in that list. For instance, the 1939 supercharged Graham "sharknose" sounds very cool.

    For those who are comic book geeks, the original Batmobile in the comics wasn't shiny black or customized. Although they didn't do product placement quite as neatly in those days, Batty-boy drove around in a supercharged sharknose convertible...

    I couldn't find a picture of a Graham roadster in red but here's one in green...

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    That car is gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomas6791 View Post
    That car is gorgeous.
    Agreed and fairly rare... Easy to see why the cartoon artists chose those curves and lines as a suitable fit for Batman...

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