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The Chevy Display at the AGLOW Conference in Branson MO

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At the 2012 Association of Great Lakes Outdoors Writers Conference Chevrolet, a corporate sponsor of AGLOW, brought out a handful of tow vehicles for us outdoor writers to test drive.  What a neat experience it was. I had to tape some of this for my Illinois Outdoors TV Show. In this short video that will... Read more »

The Venerable Chevy Suburban

The Chevy Suburban can easily be touted as the "Great-Grandfather" of today's modern SUV's.
The Chevy Suburban first put rubber to road in 1934, making it one of the longest-living vehicle models in auto history. This vehicle could easily be viewed as the great-grandfather of today’s SUVs. It was developed as a “station wagoned-bodied” version of the popular Chevrolet pickup truck. Although I have never owned one (I’m a... Read more »