The Chevrolet
 From 1916 to 1934



 
 
 


 
 
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These pictures came for a number of sources including web
pages of the manufacturer, news groups and my own.
Since most of these pictures came from news groups there may be a chance that your car is shown here.

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John MacDonald 


 
 

 

A Brief History of the Chevrolet


The Chevrolet began it's life in 1911 when a race car driver and automotive engineer Louis Chevrolet cofounded the Chevrolet Motor Car Company with William C. Durant and investors William Little and Dr. Edwin R. Campbell.
The design for the first Chevy, the Series C Classic Six was drawn up by Etienne Planche and was ready for production long before Chevrolet was actually incorporated.
This design was made by M. Etienne Planche on 15 March 1911 at a garage premises at number 707, later 3939 Grand River Avenue, Detroit. It appears that the small second story space above the garage was used for new engine design and construction only. Prototypes of the Chevrolet were produced in what would today be called a "pilot plant" in the 1145, West Grand Boulevard Plant that was used between August 1911 and August 1913. 
By November 3, 1911 The Chevrolet Motor Car Company entered the turbulent automobile market.
Durant envisioned his new company as an inexpensive competitor to the Ford Model T.
He chose to name the company after its designer, Louis Chevrolet, because he liked the sound of the name and because Chevrolet was a prominent name in motor sports.
The Chevrolet family was poor and Louis was given only a basic education before he left home. He was not capable to be a designer/drawer, but got a great deal of technical experience, first in the wine and bicycle business in Europe, and then with several car dealers in New York after arrival in 1900. After joining the racing car business, chasing Barney Oldfield and others with success he was engaged by Durant first to the Buick racing team No. 1 with his brother, and later as a consultant adviser  for the new car Durant had in mind. 
Finally in 1934,  GM put Louis Chevrolet on their payroll as a mechanic in one of the factories. Illness forced him to retire in 1938.
However the Louis' car: The Classic Six was far too expensive (USD 2100,-) to compete with the T-Ford, so Durant had to skip the big, expensive car and go for small, simple ones as the Little Four. As before, Louis disagreed. He "lost" his name to the car, but left with $10,000 and 100 shares in the Chevrolet Motor Car Company, and started working with another racing enthusiast, Albert Champion, on his racing career again.

The production of Chevrolet type C Six was so delayed that it became a 1913 model. From April 1912 until end of the year the Little Motor Company (owned by Chevrolet Motor Co.) produced 2999 Little Four's. All had "Little" as the emblem on the radiator (not Chevrolet). Regrettably there is still the published misnomer that Chevrolet built 2999 Classic Sixes as 1912 models as its first year of production.  The first Chevrolet Six was ready for the dealers 2nd Jan. 1913, and was delivered to the first consumer 13th March. During July and August of 1914, all the remaining parts were used up and the Type C Classic production ended at Flint. Advertisements in August 1913 announced that the Little cars were now to be called "Chevrolets". Its 299 cubic inch, 6 cylinder engine could reach a top speed of 65 miles per hour. 
The Chevrolet Bow Tie has been one of the World's most recognized trademarks since 1913, when William C. Durant first introduced the symbol that represents Chevrolet's winning success! The Bow Tie was used on the renamed Little cars for the 1914 season (late 1913).
A story in Chevrolet Pro Management Magazine, October 1986, which was copied in the May 1987 G&D, told that W.C. Durant did not copy the design from the wallpaper in a French hotel room, and that according to Mrs. Durant, the bow tie emblem was first seen by her husband in an illustrated Virginia newspaper, while they were vacationing in Hot Springs, Virginia around 1912. Mrs. Durant was quoted as recalling, "We were in a suite reading the papers, and he saw this design and said, 'I think this would be a very good emblem for the Chevrolet' " She did not explain how the newspaper used the emblem.
Chevrolet first used the Bowtie emblem in 1913. It is said to have been designed from wallpaper Durant once saw in a French hotel but there are several other versions of how the bow tie came about.
The success of the 490 sales in 1915 gave Chevrolet a flying start in the low price market. The 490 sold at that time for $490. However, the 490 was already too under priced when introduced, as all margins had been as low as possible from start. Ford fought back by reducing his price (several times) and Durant had to increase the price for his 490's after some few months. He could not challenge the continuously cheaper T-Ford mass production, so Durant used a different method of competing. he added sought after features like electric lights and starter etc. and he introduced the closed bodies to capture some of the low price market. This method worked. 
Ford was far ahead with much higher volume, but Durant made much higher profits on each car, which was one of the reasons that he was able to regain the ownership in GM in 1916. 
Chevrolet continued to improve their cars and add options that the public wanted. Chevrolet offered the first radio option in 1924.
Chevrolet sold it's first truck in 1918 and in that year joined GM Corporation. 
GM nearly went out of business in 1920, when up to 100,000 cars of the "490" were stored at the
factories, unsold for some time.

1927 was a year that Chev will never forget. Chevrolet outsold Ford by topping 1 million units for the first time. In all but four of the next 55 years, Chevrolet was the top selling American nameplate. 
However Chevrolet didn't do as good as it at first appeared. The main reason why Chevrolet 
reached # 1 position 1927 was the fact that Ford closed his factories for several months to change all production lines to make the A-Fords, leaving his share of the market open for Chevrolet and Chrysler.

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A 1926 and a 1927 Chevrolet Touring cars
This picture was submitted by Glenda Bartels and the cars were owned by her grandfather and the
other is my great uncle.

 
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 1912 Chevrolet Classic Six 2nd Proto Type
  1913 Chevrolet Baby Grand 
 
 1914 Chevrolet Light Six
1914 Chevrolet Baby Grand
 
 
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 1915 Chevrolet Baby Grand 
 1916 Chevrolet Series H 4 Door Baby Grand Touring
   This picture was submitted by Bob Reese. 
The picture was taken in Cape Girardeau, MO
1916 Chevrolet Series H 4 Door Baby Grand Touring
1916 Chevrolet Series H 4 Door Baby Grand Touring
   
1916 Chevrolet Series H 4 Door Baby Grand Touring
1916 Chevrolet Model 490
This car is owned by Earl Moore of Ashton Ont, Canada
The picture was submitted by Norman Toone
   
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 1916 Chevrolet Series H 4 Door Baby Grand Touring
 1916 Chevrolet Model 490
The Josef Havelka family of Williamson County, Texas 
by photographer, Anton Simek
Submitted by Monica Havelka
 This picture was submitted by Diane Goodboe of
Santa Cruz, CA. Her grandfather is standing by the car.
 1917 Chevrolet Model D8
 1917 Chevrolet Model D8
 
 
 
 1917 Chevrolet
 
 
 
1918 Chevrolet
1919 Chevrolet
 
1919 Chevrolet 490
1920 Chevrolet
 
 
 1920 Chevrolet 490
1920 Chevrolet 490
 
 
 1920 Chevrolet 490
 1921 Chevrolet Ad
   
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 1921 Chevrolet 490 Touring Car
 1921 Chevrolet 490 Touring Car
This car is owned by David Williams of Enumclaw, 
Washington. Dave says that this car is unrestored and
has only 12,000 miles on it.
 This car is owned by Wesley Willison from Southern
California USA. This car had belonged to Wesley's
grandfather and is driven almost daily.
 1922 Chevrolet Ad
1922 Chevrolet Ad
 
 
 1923 Chevrolet Copper Cooled Engine
 1923 Chevrolet Ad
 
 
 1923 Chevrolet Ad
 1923 Chevrolet Ad
 
 
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  1923 Chevrolet 5 Passenger Sedan
1923 Chevrolet Superior Touring
 This car is owned by Lee Christopherson, Auburn, 
Washington It is all original except options that have been
added such as bumpers, turn signals, and brake light.
The car has 8,700 original miles and is mechanically
perfect. It is unrestored and features all original upholstery.
His friend  David Williams 1921 Chevrolet 490 Touring Car
is shown above.
 
   
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 1924 Chevrolet Touring Car
 
This car was found in a barn in Florida and began restoration 8 years ago.  All work with the exception of the upholstery was completed by the owner over the last 8 years.   
 1925 Chevrolet Sedan
 1925 Chevrolet Sedan
 
 
 1925 Chevrolet Superior Ad
 1925 Chevrolet Superior Coach Ad
 
 
 1925 Chevrolet Superior Roadster
 1925 Chevy Superior Tourer
 
 
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  1925 Chevrolet Superior 4 Door Sedan 
 1926 Chevrolet Roadster
Note the custom oak bed that slides into the trunk with lid 
removed (temporarily).
  This car is owned by George Baker, Muskegon, Mi. USA  This car is owned by Dr. Murray Zedeck,  Austin, TX USA
1926 Chevrolet
1926 Chevrolet
   
1926 Chevy Superior Tourer
1926 Chevrolet Series V Coupe
 
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 1926 Chevrolet Ad. How differnet we buy cars today
1926 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan
 This picture was submitted by Dr. Murray Zedeck,
Austin, TX USA
 This car is owned by Richard Bond, Corvallis,
Oregon, USA
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 1927 Chevrolet Capitol 2 Door Sports Cabriolet
 1927 Chevrolet Capitol Ad
 This picture was submitted by John Whalen, Gainesville, 
Georgia and shows his  Mother and Father in 1929, just before 
they married. Dad told me this car was yellow. My Mother 
talked about the " rumble seat.
His father also said that it was a huge job to change the tires because of those solid wheels.
 
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 1927 Chevrolet Tourer
 1927 Chevrolet Tourer
 These pictures were submited by Gloria Krommenhoek,
Australia in the SE part of Victoria.  The picture was taken 
in 1928 and the car was owned by Andrew & Mabel Varley 
of Westgarth, Victoria
 
 
 
1927 Chevrolet Capitol Coach
1927 Chevrolet Capitol 2 Door Sports Cabriolet 
   
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 1927 Chevrolet Tourer
 1927 Chevrolet Capitol AA Tourer
 This car is owned by David Dunning  of Australia. 
The picture was taken was taken at the cornish festival at 
Moonta South Australia in 2005.
 This car is owned by Klaas Groot from South Africa
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 1928 Chevrolet  Ad
 1928 Chevrolet
   This pictures was submitted by Mircea Ursache
vicepresident CVE www.clubulvehiculelordeepoca.ro
 1928 Chevrolet
This car is owned by Andrew Whitlock
 1928 Chevrolet
This car is owned by Andrew Whitlock
 
1928 Chevrolet National Roadster
1928 Chevrolet Woody Station Wagon 
   
 1929 Chevrolet AD Universal 2 Passenger Coupe
 1929 Chevrolet International Sport Cabriolet
   
1929 Chevrolet Coupe
This car is owned by Fred Held and was rebuilt 
with a frame off restoration with the help of Al Hunt. 
The two of them drove this car in the 1993
Great Old Car Race from California to Virginia.
1929Chevrolet Coupe
 
 
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1929 Chevrolet Coach
 1929 Chevrolet Coach
   
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 1929 Chevrolet Coach
 1929 Chevrolet Coach
 This 1929 Chevrolet is owned by Mark Gatschene, 
Ontario, Canada
He has been working on the car for nine years.
 
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 1929 Chevrolet Coach
 
 
 
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Wall Car One
Fourth Generation a turning 1929 Chevrolet Coach 
Made in Canada
Last turned a Spark in 1952, it is responsible for the hand
construction of a number of Garages. Purchased by the
Wall's as their first and only family car in the Great
Depression near  Cartwright Manitoba Canada, she 
moved two family daughters Margaret Malec and 
Jessy Amelon this automobile never left it's family roots.
Now housed in Wall Car One Museum at Gull Lake Manitoba 
currently being restored bolt by
bolt by it's fourth Generation as Grand Dad(s) did  Pick up the
tools read, learn, ask, do it yourselves and always have fun 
doing it.
The Family has its routs stretching across North America from
Winnipeg to California, Montana, Michigan. It will drive again
Come visit us and pass on your stories,
http:wallcar.clickusfirst.com
 1929 Chevrolet Coach
 
   
1930 Chevrolet Universal Special Sedan
 1930 Chevrolet Series AD Phaeton
 
 
1930 Chevy Coach
 1931 Chevrolet Independance Landau Phaeton
 
1931 Chevy Series AE Tourer
 1931 Chevrolet Independance Sport Coupe
 
 
 1931 Chevrolet Roadster
 1931 Chevrolet Coach
   
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Jeff MacDonald, Amherstview
Ontatio, Canada
 
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
Jeff MacDonald has submitted some updated pictures of
his 31 Chev.
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 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
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 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 1931 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
 1931 Chevrolet Independance Cabriolet
   
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 1931 Chevrolet Coupe
 1931 Chevrolet Coupe
 These pictures were taken in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada 
by John MacDonald
 
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 1931 Chevrolet Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet Roadster
 
 This picture was submitted by Paul Black, Tampa, FL
The car is owned by Paul and Paula Dimbath, Lakeland, FL
 1932 Chevrolet Sport Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet OHV 6 Cylinder
   
 1932 Chevrolet Sport Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet Sport Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet Sport Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet Sport Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet Sport Coupe Interior
 1932 Chevrolet Sport Coupe Interior
This car is owned by Sonny HegartyAlbuquerque, 
New Mexico, USAHe said that it's all 100% original 
with 59,000 miles, 
I'm the 2nd. owner of it.You can view more details on 
this car at Sonny's web site.
 
   
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 1932 Chevrolet Confederate Deluxe Special Sedan
 1932 Chevrolet Confederate Deluxe Special Sedan
 This car is owned by Bruce Moore, East Sussex, UK  
He had the following to say about his car. "This is my
baby, a '32 Confederate Deluxe Special Sedan, we call her 
Foxy Lady, and she is a very much admired car, here in t
he UK, (East Sussex).
I do about a dozen weddings each year, which pays for 
the upkeep, so she is a self-supporting car."
If you are interested in this Wedding Car Package or
any other special occasion please click on this link.
 The Wedding Car Package  for those who want to be
just a little bit different with style and make that special 
day very special.
 
 1932 Chevrolet DeLuxe Five Passenger Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sport Roadster.
 
 
 1932 Chevrolet DeLuxe Standard Coupe
 1932 Chevrolet Special Sedan
   
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 1932 Chevy Roadster
 1932 Chevy Roadster
 This car is owned by Pat Beals. He did the work 
himself over an eight year period.
 
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 1932 Chevy Roadster
 1932 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
  This pictures were submited by Gloria Krommenhoek, Australia in 
the SE part of Victoria. 
1932 Chevrolet Sports Roadster
1932 Chevrolet Sports Roadster
 
 
1932 Chevrolet 4 Door sedan
1932 Chevrolet
   
1932 Chevrolet
1932 Chevrolet Close Cab Pickup
 
 This car is owned by Jim Benjaminson of North Dakota
Membership Secretary Plymouth Owners Club, Inc.
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1933 Chevrolet Eagle Coupe
1933 Chevrolet Master Cabriolet
 This picture was submitted by Don Broughton and the car
belongs to his father.
 
 
1933 Chevrolet Master Coupe
1933 Chevrolet Master Coupe 
 These pictures were submitted by Eric Gordon of 
New London County CT 
The car is owned by Tor Olsen and was at one time owned
by LucilleBall and Desi Arnaz
 
   
 1933 Chevrolet Master Coupe 
 1933 Chevrolet Master Coupe 
 
 
 1933 Chevrolet Master Phaeton
 1933 Chevrolet Sports Roadster
   
 1933 Chevrolet Master Sedan
 1933 Chevrolet Sports Roadster
   
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 1933 Chevrolet Standard Sports Coupe
This car is owned by Steve and Barbara Rosenberg
  1933 Chevrolet Standard Sports Coupe
This car is owned by Steve and Barbara Rosenberg
 1933 Chevrolet Ventilation Ad
 1934 Chevrolet Ad
 
 
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 1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan
 1934 Chevrolet
   This car is owned by Promod Bhasin from New Delhi India
1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe
1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Coupe
 1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe
 1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Coupe
   
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 1934 Chevrolet Convertible
 1934 Chevrolet Convertible
 This car is owned by Saludos, Miguel from Spain  
 1935 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan
 1935 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan
   
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 1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sport Sedan
 1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan
This car is owned by Tom King, San Diego, CA. 
This car has a factory trunk and that makes it pretty special. 
He did all the custom work, painting it, putting in a 350 cu
Crate Chevy engine with a 700 R4 overdrive transmission. 
It's been on the road for over ten years.He has been to car
shows from East to West and points in between.
 
   
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 1934 Chevrolet Master 2 Door Sedan
 1934 Chevrolet Master 2 Door Sedan
 This 1934 Chevrolet Master 2 door sedan is owned by Jason. 
He is the 3rd owner and it was a very nice 40k original mile CA 
car before the previous owner turned it into a traditional style
hot rod. LS6 454ci 450hp Muncie 4-speed, 4-wheel disc brakes,
droped front axle with 9 inch posi rear. Car is black and the
original seats were redone in black and grey cloth and vinyl.
 
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 1934 Chevrolet Master 2 Door Sedan
 1934 Chevrolet Master 2 Door Sedan
   
 1934 Chevrolet Standard 2 Door Coach
 1934 Chevrolet Standard 2 Door Coach
 This car is owned by Bill Harper, Linwood, MI, USA
 
 1934 Chevrolet Standard 2 Door Coach
 1934 Chevrolet Standard 2 Door Coach

 
 
 
 

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