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1967 Chevrolet Astro I - GM Design Concept - at State Fair , Dallas,Texas
Chevrolet introduced a concept car for the 1967 New York Auto show season. one of the most innovative Dream Cars ever to come from General Motors. The Astro I red and black two-seater was low to the ground with an overall height of just 35.5 inches. A three-element periscope was used in lieu of a rear view mirror. It gave the driver a wider field of view and compensated for the lack of rear glass. Without a doubt, the Astro I’s most unusual feature was its method of allowing passengers in and out. With such a low overall height, conventional doors were not going to work. Instead, Mitchell’s team went with a wild clamshell entry system that really made the show car crowd stop and take notice. The entire body aft of the windshield was one piece and tilted up and back with a large screw mechanism. At the same time, the two bucket seats lifted out of their normal positions to aid getting in and out. Once the driver and passenger were seated and strapped in, the clamshell would close and they would be lowered into their normal semi-reclined seating position. Once inside, the driver was presented with a variety of aircraft-inspired design cues, ranging from the "head-to-toe" bucket seats, the control pod to the left of the driver and the twin handgrips that replaced the conventional steering wheel. Very little was conventional about the Astro I. The two-seater was fitted with 5.5-inch wide wheels in the front and 7-inch wide wheels in the rear. Prototype Goodyear redline tires were used. Due to its very low profile, a conventional V8 engine could not be used, so a Corvair powerplant ended up in the one-off machine. Chevy engineers came up with a very special variant of the air-cooled, horizontally-opposed six-cylinder..Texas Grill
A March 2005 report on the haunting by an employee: bout a month ago I started working at The Texas Grill in Ballinger,Texas. It is the famous home of Norton the ghost. It's been in Texas Monthly, on Unsolved Mysteries and various other magazines and shows. The story behind Norton is he was shot and killed there when the place used to be a saloon. Some strange things do go on there. Tips fly off of tables, you'll see shadows on the walls walking and various little things. Presences don't bother me. I share my space with them. Sometimes I feel him and feel fine like a friend is close by and sometimes I have to leave the back dining area. (his hangout). i have had several encounters with ghosts. I just don't understand why sometimes Norton makes me feel comfortable and at other times he makes me uncomfortable. Tonight I did have an experience I have never had before though. I looked up after cleaning a table(the place had just closed) and I saw a shadow but it was gone so quick I couldn't make it out. At first I thought Iwas just tired but I know that it was something. It was a neat and new experience. Usually if I have an encounter it is not so short and mysterious as this was. That is why it was so neat because it was like a I want you to know I am here but I don't kinda thing.
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