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FEATURE: Chevrolet Cruising Family

This group of restored classic Chevrolets is owned by one cruising family.

Most parents consider it imperative to pass on core family values to their children. Not only does this give the younger generation a feeling of identity, but it also honors the family’s timeless traditions.

This group of restored classic Chevrolets is owned by one cruising family.

The Porzak family

In the Porzak family, Tom and Darlene have diligently shared a passion for classic cars with their twin 16-year-old daughters, Jenny and Kristin. And, as luck would have it, Tom has accumulated enough vintage rides for each member of the car-loving clan to happily pilot.

“We love getting the whole family together and taking the cars out to a local cruise night,” Kristin said.

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This group of restored classic Chevrolets is owned by one cruising family.

The 1968 Camaro is a favorite of the Porzak women, who like its sporty nature and drop top.

This group of restored classic Chevrolets is owned by one cruising family.

The 1970 Phantom Blue El Camino was originally a Florida car but found in Boston.

This group of restored classic Chevrolets is owned by one cruising family.

The 1967 Impala SS packs plenty of rare option such as power windows and door locks, cruise control, tilt wheel and Comfortron A/C.

This group of restored classic Chevrolets is owned by one cruising family.

This 1970 Monte Carlo SS is a reminder of Tom’s first car, another ’70 Monte Carlo.

These restored Chevrolet classic cars are owned by a cruising family.

The Porzak family and their beloved classic Chevy chariots.

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