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Original Sport Sedan The closing of the 1950s marked an end to a decade of rapid advancements at GM’s Chevrolet Division. These advancements led to the basic modern, low-priced car – cars that could be equipped with conveniences such as automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, powerful overhead valve V-8s, and even fuel-injected V-8s. Even pickup trucks could get much of this equipment. These features are commonplace – even standard equipment – on cars and trucks of today. Additionally, this time period brought the styling fads of the wraparound windshield, lots of bright trim, and even tail fins to this