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What is the name of this Chevrolet? #232363
01/27/12 07:53 PM
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We hope someone can identify the left one in the picture for us. Thanks so much!

http://s889.photobucket.com/albums/ac98/solan1916/USA2011/

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Re: What is the name of this Chevrolet? [Re: Solan] #232364
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Hi Solon, it is a Chevrolet HHR. I am not sure of the year, but that is the model.


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Re: What is the name of this Chevrolet? [Re: 1931Sal] #232373
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The guy that did most of the design work on the HHR previously worked for Chrysler, and designed the PT Cruiser. He did a good job of capturing the past in both modern designs. HHR stands for Heritage High Roof, which I guess is their way of saying "classic looking truck thing, but more like a car"! Underpowered with a little 4 banger, but a nice look. They were also available with covered rear windows, like a panel van.


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Re: What is the name of this Chevrolet? [Re: brewster] #232775
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Thanks for the help.

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Re: What is the name of this Chevrolet? [Re: Solan] #232942
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There is a overlay of the 57 chevy side trim that I have seen on these cars and it looks as factory as you can get. It makes you think you are looking at a retro wagon.


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