Friday, March 23, 2012

1952 Chevy Graces Maple Avenue in Newton Corner

Caught in an old-fashioned vapor lock on Tuesday night in 80+ degree weather, this 1952 Chevy was boarded onto an automobile trailer on Maple Avenue in Newton Corner, much to Marash Boy's delight!

The simple Chevy coupe was adorned with tail fins possibly from a Cadillac, white wall tires, and an extended transmission shift with an old-fashioned ball top peeking above the windshield.  It appeared as if the automobile trailer belonged to the owner of the car  suggesting that he may be the proud owner of many vintage cars.

Marash Girl's only question:  If your car stalls from a vapor lock on a hot day, why would you drive it on an 80 degree day, even though you're in New England and it's still March 20?

1 comment:

  1. I have no answer to the question but seeing those cars from the late 40's and the 50s has a lot of nostalgia for me. I always think of the '49 Hudson
    and the GMC rack body truck that my parents had.

    Marko Pasha