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Bob Couch of Sugar Land, Texas, stands beside his 1927 Chevrolet Sport Cabriolet. He and his wife, Carolyn, are two of the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America member in Harrison this week for a convention of fellow old Chevy owners. Couch said 1927 was the first year Chevrolet outsold Ford, due largely to the introduction of the Cabriolet, which he said was the forerunner of the convertible.

Bob Couch of Sugar Land, Texas, was standing beside his 1927 Chevrolet Sport Cabriolet parked on the square in Harrison early Monday.

He and his wife, Carolyn, are two of the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America members in Harrison this week for a convention of fellow old Chevy owners.

Couch said 1927 was the first year Chevrolet outsold Ford, due largely to the introduction of the Cabriolet, which he said was the forerunner of the convertible.

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