As low as $5.99 per round over spot
|Volume Discount Pricing QuickShip® Eligible|
|1 - 19||$26.98||$27.26||$28.10|
|20 - 99||$25.98||$26.25||$27.06|
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Chevrolet's Genuine Auto Parts are manufactured, tested and approved by GM, so you know they'll last. The Chevrolet Genuine Parts logo (1934-1940) is now on a 1 oz Silver round.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Individual rounds come in a protective capsule. Multiples of 20 come in heat-sealed rolls.
- These products are exclusively available at APMEX.
- Obverse: The distinctive Chevrolet bowtie logo is shown, which was used from 1934 to 1940. The Chevrolet bowtie logo is positioned in the middle and reads "Genuine" above and "Parts" below.
- Reverse: Features the Chevrolet bowtie logo in the middle with smaller bowtie logos repeating in a horizontal pattern across the round.
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The Chevrolet Genuine Parts logo is now available in .999 fine 1 oz Silver, which is great for automobile enthusiasts, investors and collectors alike. You won't want to pass up on this valuable Silver round!
Chevrolet’s Genuine Parts Logo (1934-1940)
The Chevrolet Genuine Parts logo depicts a bowtie with the words "Genuine" and "Parts" inscribed above and below it. GM's Genuine Parts are guaranteed by GM to be of the highest quality, so that every Chevrolet may run smoothly and continue to run. This logo is a sign of the brand's trustworthiness.
The History of Chevrolet
Chevrolet began in a tiny experimental shop in Detroit that grew over time until the Second World War, when it became General Motors. With new assembly plants on the way, an additional five manufacturing sites and 11 assembly plants were converted to war manufacture and postwar production.
In 1909, before they had even thought of starting a business, William C. Durant approached Louis Chevrolet, a famous race car driver, to design a vehicle for the general public. In 1911, the Chevrolet Motor Company of Michigan was established and began producing automobiles shortly after. The vehicles proved to be exceptionally popular, and they went on to become a division of General Motors in 1918. Chevrolet sales passed the one million mark for the first time in 1927, and it was at or near the top in terms of sales every year from 1931 until 1941.
Chevrolet has long been one of the most popular auto makers in the United States. Chevrolet was always at the top in terms of sales. Since then, Chevrolet has been at the forefront of developing cutting-edge vehicles. During the 1950s and 1960s, Chevrolet had a significant influence on the American automobile industry.
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