1952 Ford dealer in Levittown NY.
1963 Chevy wagon. Dad's next new car. I just got my Learner's Permit at age 16 and was ready to drive!
1963 Chevy Impala wagon. It had a sharp red interior!
mariorojas2005msn on May 5, 2015 said:
A lifetime of my Dad's owning different cars. Dad and I put together an album of all his car's pictures just before he passed away. These are just a few examples from the album. This is my Tribute to the Greatest Dad anyone could ever wish for.[Reply to this comment]
nickmon4321 on May 5, 2015 said:
Thanks for putting all that material and pictures together for the members of American Torque...I really appreciated reading your comments and the history photo's of your Dad's new cars...Very interesting indeed.!!!...If your interested in seeing my Dad's '49 Chevy you can click on my photo to the left of this comment and than check out Chapter 10...Your also welcome to click on any other Chapters should you so please...Thanks again....Nick[Reply to this comment]
mariorojas2005msn on May 6, 2015 said:
Thanks Dave. The 52 Ford was always my Dad's favorite car of all the ones he had. I guess because it was his first New car that it meant so much. He didn't like having to trade it in for the 59 Chevy wagon but he needed the wagon for his job. He used to install storm windows and doors and got paid extra for using his car. Mario[Reply to this comment]
azmusclecar on May 8, 2015 said:
Absolutely like taking a walk through the past. Love the kids in the snow and I see you're even willing to admit 2 Chevettes in the family album. Most owners won't admit to owning one Chevette let alone two. Great photos and great memories for you which bring back great memories for me. My grandmother in the ripe old age of 55 bought a 1968 Impala, BRIGHT YELLOW!! Wonderful memories tied to cars. One of my favorites is sliding across the vinyl backseat as my aunt would take me around hairpin turns. Not the safest or smartest things to do but giggling until my sides hurt...............PRICELESS. Now it would be a fine and jail time for my aunt.[Reply to this comment]
azmusclecar on May 13, 2015 said:
Don't feel badly, I traded my 1969 Olds 442 AND my wife's 1968 Mercury Cougar XR7 in to get a Chevy Camaro with a 6 and 3 speed with no options. A guy had to do what a guy had to do to get to work, put food on the table, pay the bills and maybe have enough to buy studded snow tires come winter!!!![Reply to this comment]
nickmon4321 on Feb 27, 2016 said:
~ It's me again Dave and it looks like you may have added some more cars that your Dad owned and some more video's too ~ Last time I made a comment on your site was on May 5, 2015 but this time I would like to direct you to my Photo Chapter that include's many family picture's and also photo's from the Film Casablanca with comedy blogs added to the pictures just as you may have too ~ Click on this link for that Viewing ~http://www.americantorque.com/page/0/3557/[Reply to this comment]
davidroberts on Dec 21, 2019 said:
when Detroit was king and cars had style[Reply to this comment]