Dana Chevrolet was the first dealership on the West Coast to install a 427ci big-block in a Camaro, which could be purchased as a new car. In fact, it was arguably the first dealership in the country to do the engine swap—we’re talking before Nickey, Yenko, or Gibbs. Dana had multiple locations, with one being their Hi-Performance Center in Long Beach, California, where they worked on performance cars. From bolting on hot rod parts to building full-on race cars, Dana Chevrolet was in the performance business.
This is a recreation of a vintage 60s/70s Dana Chevrolet license plate frame.
- New Reproduction
- Chrome plated
- Zinc Die cast Metal
- Laminated 3M vinyl inserts
- Fits standard 6″ x12″ license plates
- Tabs on the back of frame to secure plate
- Frame sold individually
Frames are available in “Standard” and Reverse versions. STANDARD frames having the mounting screws at the top along with the “smaller” text (typically the dealer location) and the Larger Text (dealer name on the bottom).
Some classic cars only included mounting screw holes for the bottom of the license plate. With REVERSE frames we flip the frames upside down so the mounting screws are at the bottom along with the “smaller” text (typically the dealer location) and the Larger Text (dealer name) is at the top of the frame.