21 April 2014

Photo Gallery: Dunn Dealership Comment Cards

Hagerty Classic Cars photographer Gabe Augustine recently had the unique experience of photographing the now-shuttered Dunn Chevrolet dealership in Roanoke, Ala.  Closed in 2007 and left as it was when the doors were closed, the ol’ Chevy store is home to a treasure trove of parts and automobilia. Some of the most interesting and unique items in the place are Dunn’s inventory of customer comment cards. Here are some we enjoyed most.

4 Reader Comments

  • 1
    Robert P. Wills Northern Hemisphere May 25, 2014 at 06:05
    That's not bad- only one poor comment out of the batch... Not counting the insane person upset the card was sent through the U.S. Mail. Mayhap I'll start including a detachable comment card at the end of my books to see what I get back!
  • 2
    Gene S.W Arkansas June 9, 2014 at 20:07
    I would like to know how to contact the owner. I have a 1978 Chevy pick up I would like see if he may have some orginal parts.
  • 3
    AmyP Atlanta June 11, 2014 at 15:33
    LOL that person said that his comment could not be sent through the mail (must have been obscene) and he would have to deliver his opinion in person :)
  • 4
    Bob Abhalter Kenosha, WI June 11, 2014 at 16:46
    @Robert I think the gist of that "insane person's" message was that his comments were unprintable (i.e., profane) and thus could not be sent through the mails. Back in the day, I remember a fraternity brother being visited by a postal inspector after mailing a friend a postcard containing an "obscene" message. Those were simpler times.

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