He has three Chevettes and is a fan. One is a '76 burnt orange one, which is the star of these drawings. On the backs of the pictures, I have small descriptions like postcards do, as well as a stamp indicia area. Rather than showing all backs, I've put the copy in the caption under each photo. I'm giving them to him tonight, in some sort of envelope I guess, deemed as postcards. I hope he finds them entertaining!!
|The Chevy Chevette. A low-cost, lightweight, and readily available compact.|
It'll drive you happy. (Straight from the old ad campaign.)
|The Chevy Chevette at Easter Island. It's not a myth. Or made out of volcanic ash.|
|The Chevy Chevette at the Great Pyramids of Giza. It's all about scale.|
|The Chevy Chevette at the Great Wall of China.|
At 43 MPG highway/wallway, the Chevette will
only use 90 gallons of gas to travel the 3,889.5
miles of wall. Economical fortification.
|The Chevy Chevette at Niagara Falls. During the summer months, |
100,000 cubic feet per second of water actually traverses the falls, some
.01% of which is not water but the Chevy Chevette.
|The Chevy Chevette at the Chandelier|
Drive-thru Tree. Inspiration found among the
Avenue of Giants.
|The Chevy Chevette at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Lightly salted and flat out.|
|The Chevy Chevette at Stonehenge. Monumental. Megalithic. Chevy-rific.|