“Hi I’m Stephen.
Many happy hours were spent on my 1955 Chevy. The engine is a 350 and the suspension is dropped. With the power front disc brakes this car handles great on the road.
I revamped my 1955 Chevy in 2008 and imported the trim and accessories from Danchuk. The parts are really of a good quality. I am very satisfied with the quality parts and service of Danchuk”.
What a beauty. And thanks for the kudos too, Stephen. We try really hard to provide our customers the finest Tri-Five parts that money can buy and comments like this tell us we are succeeding in doing that.
Thanks for sending your pics, Stephen. We love the car.
Our next car hails from Australia. Kaye Duyvestyn shared their ’57 with us. Have a look…
“We purchased the car from a local importer in late 2010. Over the next couple of years we removed the body from the chassis and cleaned repaired and repainted the chassis and the floor inside and out. After reinstalling the mechanicals and the body, the car was delivered to a body shop for preparation and painting. It was then moved to another garage for installation of a custom wiring loom, Vintage Air and a Dakota Digital Dash. Lots of new Danchuk parts were supplied by Classic Chev Parts in Melbourne. The windows and trims were fitted at home along with upholstery and carpets. Not long after completing the car we also refurbished a classic caravan which we tow regularly to Rod Runs and caravan events”.
How cool, Kaye. We love the paint scheme and the whole car looks awesome. I bet you guys look great traveling down the road towing your trailer. Thanks for sharing.
Last we have this beautiful survivor sedan delivery from Craig Bethscheider. Have a peek. Click the pic for a larger view.
“35,### original miles and original paint. Kline Electric Co used 10+ years and parked it for 10? Been in collector hands since. 355 with OD automatic, speedway dropped spindles and disc, Camaro rear. Constantly wins best survivor or best unfinished. And no, I will never have it painted”.
This is awesome, Craig. Love the patina and we would never paint it either. Thanks for sharing.
We have always said that the story behind these cars is as much a part of the car as the car itself. We would love to hear your car story and see your pics and we think other customers and Danchuk fans would too. So please go to
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Come on…let us tell the world YOUR Tri-Five story.