In October, 1984, my father went to Sellersville to purchase a Chevrolet Chevette. He died in January, 1985. I remember he put the keys in the kitchen to remind me of it. One of my sisters owned the car for 10 years and drove it to work at the NADC in Warminster. She put it up for sale-$400-in October, 1994 just as I was obtaining my driver's license. I went to Dublin to obtain my license and drove for exactly 4 years and 3 months until I crashed down the street from A&T Chevrolet probably because route 152 is 40 kilometers long and it covers that many places. It had a plaque on the back A&T Chevrolet, Sellersville, PA. The car did not give me too much trouble in those 4 years 3 months. For an economy car it seems to know how to go the necessary distance. If it did, it usually did on a 13 like 5/13/1997 on Beulah Road, in a parking lot. I scraped a trailer hook or the brake fluid on 8/13/1997. It crashed on a 13 too. I see it likes 7's from 801. It was real lucky and accurate. I can't say I miss it-economy cars are that way but it did what it was supposed to do which is why I had it.
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