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Cabover Vans of the ’60s

A mostly 1960s phenomenon, cabover vans like the 1961 Ford, Chevy, and 1964 Dodge light pickups and vans were as common as Toyota Camrys today. Where did they all go, and don’t you wish they were still made? Chevy was so sure of their popularity they produced both the Corvair-like Y-body Greenbriar vans and pickups, and then a more conventional van in tandem in the mid-1960s once they figured their Corvair-powered entry was gutless and too quirky. Dodge was a little late to the party, producing their A-100 pickup and van starting in 1963 as a 1964 entry. All three were unibody construction intended for light-duty hauling… read more and view the gallery >

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Popeye is a monthly fashion and men’s magazine based in Tokyo, Japan. It is one of the oldest magazines featuring articles about men’s fashion. Its

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