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Welcome to the year 1928. This year would see the last of the sturdy and proven four cylinder engine in favor of the new six cylinder which began production in 1929. This website is devoted to the history, conservation, and maintenance of the 1928 and earlier Chevrolet cars and trucks.
by: Ron Beam
San Jose, CA, USA
NOTE: I am not affiliated in any way with the Chevrolet Company nor any of its parent or subsidiary companies. The information contained on this site is provided entirely for hobbyist use and is known to be accurate to the best of my knowledge. No guarantees or promises of any kind are specifically intended nor implied. This information is provided for hobbyist use only. No infringement upon any copyrighted information is intended nor desired. The use of the Chevrolet name and/or logo is for the purpose of properly identifying the content contained herein only. It is not to be interpreted as an endorsement of, or as being in any way sponsored, nor approved by the Chevrolet Company nor General Motors. They are NOT involved in any way with this site nor the information which is contained herein, most of which is over 70 years old. All rights reserved where possible.
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