Chevys Out of Africa

Earl Don Has Been a Chevy Lover for Life South Africa is huge Chevy country. Chevys from the ’50s and ’60s were manufactured under license in South Africa. Of course, they were all right hand drives except for the imports, which include the convertibles and most of the Impalas—these were LHD (left hand drive). Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) is where I grew up, and as with many enthusiasts, my interests developed at a very young age, because my father owned a ’56 Chevy. We were tobacco farmers and Chevys were very handy for the farm roads. The boot (trunk) was used

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