Sure Ford Motor Company was probably the first real auto company in America but lets be honest, when someone thinks America they think Chevrolet. Chevrolet has been around since the beginning of the 20th Century and have created some of the most iconic cars ever, including the Corvette, the Camaro, the '55-57 Chevy's and many others. There was just something patriotic about the designs of Chevrolet whether it was the fins of the '57 or the rounded lines of the Corvette, it just plain worked. The Chevrolet brothers could not have envisioned how big the their company was going to get. When the Corvette was introduced in '53 it took the world by storm. At first it was powered by a rather anemic six cylinder but then gave way to the legendary small block. After that was the Camaro and then the Chevelle, they just kept coming and coming one after another. Nobody describes America better than Chevrolet. Even though Chevrolet built some of the best cars of the 20th Century and dominated on the streets and the road course to the drag strips, they didn't do everything right. Sure the engines were great and the styling was out of this world they did have their downfalls. Mainly the sound systems. Like most classic cars, the radios really weren't anything to write home about and the early Chevy's weren't either. So what can you do to correct this problem? You get over to Vintage Car Radio and get a look at the Ken Harrison line of radios. Ken Harrison builds top quality radios using only top quality parts. They are built and tested to make sure they work perfectly and are built to install with ease which means you can get back on the road instead of the garage. Get your Ken Harrison radio now!