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A large crowd is wandering through the Chevrolet exhibit, with an upside down Bel Air four-door hardtop in the center of the photo. The Bel Air was connected to a rotisserie-type device that slowly rotated the car. Several sections on the Bel Air had clear panels, which exposed the inner-mechanical workings.
In 1978, Mr. Rick Hendrick acquired City Chevrolet and it became the flagship store of over 60 Hendrick-owned dealerships. Although the location of the dealership and price of a new car may have changed throughout the years, what have not changed are the principles that have made our company successful—honesty, integrity, and teamwork. At no other dealership will you find the atmosphere of cooperation and commitment to the job that you find at City Chevrolet.