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The Life Story Of A 1970 Chevy Chevelle (Part 28) by FastLaneIllustration The Life Story Of A 1970 Chevy Chevelle (Part 28) by FastLaneIllustration
The Life Story Of A 1970 Chevy Chevelle (Part 28 of 42).  September 28th, 1996, Grand Lake, Colorado: As far as Kurt Padrewski, The Denver Police Department, and the insurance companies are concerned, this once loved 1970 Chevy Chevelle has disappeared off the face of the earth.  At this point, the thief responsible for stealing this car is the only person who is aware that this car still exists.  Sometime between December of '95 and September of '96, the thief had ditched Kurt's once beloved Chevelle by plunging it into Grand Lake.  Grand Lake was a popular lake with many cottages around the perimeter of it located just an hour or so west of Denver.  Perhaps this lake wasn't the smartest place to ditch a stolen vehicle because of its popularity as a weekend destination during the summer, but if we can make any assumptions about the Chevelle's mysterious thief, we can safely assume he is lacking in the common sense department.  Car theft was a crime that was unfortunately treated more lightly than other crimes however, the thief still felt it was necessary to at least try to destroy the evidence.  So here the Chevelle waits... silently rusting away and providing a new artificial habitat for some of the fish and plant life of the lake.  In the beautiful natural surroundings of the Rocky Mountains, mother nature was slowly reclaiming the poor Chevelle in an area just out of view from the naked eye.  It looks like this could very well be the end of the road for this car. But if this Chevelle's diverse history has proven anything, she won't be "sleeping with the fishes" for long... or will she?... Story to be continued... Anyway, all Fast Lane Illustration artwork by Ryan Sardachuk.  Click the link to join the official facebook page: www.facebook.com/FastLaneDesign, or visit the website at www.fastlaneillustration.com
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prestonthecarartist Nov 26, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
ts might be the neatest one you've done so far!
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lidbjork Nov 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, that's a cool idea!
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:iconmpz28427:
nicely done, can't wait till the next :)
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rustyironmonger Nov 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Also, I can see the Hurricane Andrew-era "Looters Will Be Shot" letters re-emerging on the passenger door...
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:iconracemaster45:
Aw man, what a waste of a car with so many fancy features :(
I'd take it home.
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:iconblazerboy89:
I think they can bring it back to life. The interior will have to be completed gutted and replaced for sure, along with all of the electrical stuff, but if the car is rescued quickly enough the body, frame, and engine block should be salvageable. What I'm wondering is if this car will eventually be restored back to the way it looked back in 1970?
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FastLaneIllustration Nov 6, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
You'll have to wait and see what happens :)
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:iconblazerboy89:
Just out of curiosity, what options did you say this car originally had? You said it had all the best options, so does that mean it has factory A/C, power windows, tilt wheel, etc?
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FastLaneIllustration Nov 6, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
yeah, something like that.
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:iconsomeoneabletofindana:
this breaks my heart ;_;
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