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azmusclecar on Dec 26, 2014 said:
Hey those videos are a nice touch to your page......I love seeing the old Bonanza commercials where Chevrolet was the sponsor and you would see the Cartwrites all drive up in a new Chevy....
Oh how I long for the old days.........very nice car...my friend had a 67 Impala with a 6 cylinder and 3 on the tree we used to cruise the circuit...lots of fun[Reply to this comment]
nickmon4321 on May 2, 2015 said:
...Thanks for supplying Photos of your '67 Chevy Impala to jog my memory...I had forgotten what the "67 Chevy looked like and it certainly was a welcome sight to see...Their lines were fabulous lookers...Also enjoyed viewing the videos you furnished of this car back in the time...If your interested in seeing my '49 Chevy and the story that goes with it just click on my link to the left of my comment...Thanks again...Nick[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on May 5, 2015 said:
Wow, this is so awesome dad! I didn't know you posted your photos of White Lightning. The videos were a lot of fun and gives some great perspective on the car. The photos of it on our old driveway are the best. It looks great in our front yard :)
Joseph[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Mar 7, 2016 said:
second new car I ever bought was a '67 Chevy ImpalaSS-- 327-- yellow with a black vinyl top-- loved that car-- bought it because my wife wanted a new car to take to the beach-- my son bit the dash and left some tooth marks in it-- great car[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Jan 15, 2018 said:
Thank you and Happy New Year 2018.[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Aug 18, 2020 said:
Mario, what a sweet looking 67 you got. My dad had a 67 Chev wagon as a company car from 67 to 70.[Reply to this comment]
57timemachine on Oct 28, 2020 said:
Mario, that is such a sweet looking Chevy you got there my brother. I love 67 Full size Chevy's and I kind of grew up with one. From 1967 to 1969, my dad had a 67 Chev wagon as a company car. Even though my dad, as of 1967 had a new 1967 Buick Special sedan and a 1957 Pontiac sedan that he bought in 1959. The 67 Chev wagon to me as a kid looked super huge. I remember the car being white and having a blue interior. It had small hub caps, so it must have been a lower model of wagon. Cheers.[Reply to this comment]
57timemachine on Oct 29, 2020 said:
Mario, I forgot to mention that I have a 1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate wagon that my dad bought in May 1974. It is featured here on American Torque. You may want to check it out. You and I have some stuff in common. Both our dads bought Chevy full size wagons and we are both Chevy gear heads. Cheers.[Reply to this comment]
muskoka_addict on Feb 12, 2021 said:
Hey, Mario. I've been looking at all the pictures of your '67 Impala. Nice ride! I was going to include a few pix of my touring buddy's blue '67 with this comment, but it appears I can't include pix when I post a comment to your page. Any suggestions?[Reply to this comment]
Mario on Feb 6, 2023 said:
No updates George to my 67 Impala. I just keep it maintained and drive it when I can and go to the car shows in the warmer weather.
It's a great Cruiser and I get a lot of Thumbs Up when I take it out. I'm sure you get the same with your 57 Pontiac. It's a beauty! Cheers, Mario[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Jul 9, 2023 said:
I heard through the old car grapevine (Rob), that you sold your 67. Mario, give us all the dirty laundry on that situation. I hope you are going to replace that fine Chevy with even a finer Chevy. By the way I forgot to login on A.T. and this is George 57Timemachine. Cheers.[Reply to this comment]
Mario on Jul 10, 2023 said:
Yes I did sell White Lightening to a younger couple with 3 children and they fell in love with it so it's in good hands. Just Time to move on.
Since I downsized 3 years ago from my house with a 2 car garage to a Condo I had to rent a garage for the car. Just too much.
I will go to the car shows with my brother John and his 68 Corvette convertible and enjoy the ride and company. It's much easier this way for me. Cheers, Mario
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