"Sixty From Sixty"

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Featuring three short films produced by General Motors in 1955 and 1956, as well as several film ads for Chevy cars and some bonus movie trailers, this DVD is a fascinating window into the 'futuramic' world of tomorow's cars, today!

Chevrolet Thrill Drivers on high-quality DVD-R

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Thrill Driver's Choice Great footage of brand-new 1956 Chevrolets being jumped, rolled and otherwise put to the test in Joie Chitwood's travelling Thrill Show.


The 50 Millionth Chevrolet In 1955, Chevy produced their 50-millionth car. This film showcases the 1955 Chevrolets and the excitement in Flint, Michigan surrounding the momentous event.


Design For Dreaming This is the Populuxe film from the 1956 GM Motorama, featuring the General Motors product lineup, inluding the full line of cars and Frigidaire appliances.


1955 Chevrolet Screen Ads Theatrical ads for the new 1955 Chevrolets.



Bonus Trailers Drive-in fare from 1955-57.




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"Chevrolet Thrill Drivers" is produced on high quality DVD-R media and is playable in DVD players and computer DVD-ROMs. The disc in in NTSC format. Sorry, we haven't got a PAL version available.

Money raised from the sales of the DVD goes to paying for web hosting of the Old Car Manual Project, our internet access and acquiring and processing materials.


First and foremost, the Old Car Manual Project is a library: a central place where anyone can come to get the information they need.

How this happens is by volunteers scanning their hard-to-find documents into a digital format, so that everyone can have access to the information in them

Why are we doing this?

Why not? But really - one of the hardest parts of restoring or servicing old machines is getting decent technical information. Often, it's difficult, impossible or expensive to obtain. We think that this kind of information should be freely available, as a public resource for the preservation of our industrial history.

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