CLASSIC CHEVY CLUB

TAMPA BAY

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2828 Wiregrass Rd. Lakeland, Fl. 33810

President Dave Ball

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​Here is a photo of Dave Ball’s trip up to Mississippi to take part in the Cruisin’ the Coast car show.

Bob Hendrix’s ’57 Nomad

​Tampa Bay Classic Chevy Club Tech Director Tom Dufour and Club Photographer Peter Gonzalez are right in thick of it!​ Working on rust repair and install new floor pans on his Bob’s Nomad.

This Bug was a stand-in for one of the last Herbie movie, a true Herbie!

 This 1966 Corvette Coupe is owned by member Steve Parker.

2018 – Car Show​

​Below are some photos taken at the Big Top Flea Market Car Show in north Tampa on January 13th.

This 1972 Chevelle SS is owned by club member Bobby Richardson.

Members’

SHOWCASE

Frank did a fantastic job on the body work himself and took the car to a paint shop in Tampa.  After being promised he would get the car back in two weeks, it took more than a month.  Worse yet, they painted the car the wrong color!  Instead of the factorty original color you see on the car in this picture, they had painted it a light powder blue!

Needless to say, there were some very unhappy moments.  A couple weeks later, they repainted the car in base coat/clear coat and color sanded it to a beautiful finish.​

Frank Foglia’s ’64 Impala​

​Frank Foglia is working on his 64 Impala.  He just got the car back from the paint shop and is installing the exterior stainless and bumpers.