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History 1956 CHEVROLET STOCK CAR RACING PROMOTIONAL FILM

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  1. blowby
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  2. Kinda cool...........
     
  3. belair
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    Nowadays they don't even want you to open the hood. Strange to see that 4 door210 hardtop racing.
     
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  4. jimmy six
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    Nice that they don’t say Chrysler won the 1956 NASCAR Championship in closed car and Ford won in the convertible class.
     
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  5. 41rodderz
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    Thanks for sharing.
     
  6. fastcar1953
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    Cool video. This showed up at our car show last year. His father used to race it in the 60's. 211458474_1142585052905579_9219242456110419555_n.jpg
     
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  7. chevy57dude
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    That was cool!
    Stock cars were ''stock''.
     
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  8. Fun to watch those old promotional films.
     
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  9. Thanks for posting. Cool old film.
     
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  10. gene-koning
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    Back then, most of the 4 door cars were better balanced (and cheaper to buy) then the 2 door version of the same car, on the oval tracks.
     
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