Back in the day, when I was still in the fifth grade at Guardian Angel School in downtown New York City, I had begged my mom to order me a book from Scholastics that would teach me to draw real-life cars. The funny thing about it all is that I had gotten pretty decent at drawing — so much so that I began taking requests and selling pieces of art work to my classmates. Eventually, the grown-ups had caught on, and some of the parents weren’t too pleased. I wound up having to return all of the money, but I did let them keep the drawings. Why am I telling you this? Because maybe you too enjoy tapping into your creative side once in a while. And if so, then perhaps you might enjoy this collection of automotive coloring book pages sent in to us by our reader, Bruce.
While enjoying his day off in honor of the July 4th holiday, Bruce went ahead and scanned some art work to add to his collection of Chevrolet coloring pages. The First image in the gallery below shows art work from a 1975 Chevrolet promotional window display at a Chevrolet dealership. What Bruce did is blow up each of the cars in the image and then printed them out. The cover features classics such as the ’75 Caprice, ’55 Bel Air, and the ’61 Impala.
We’ve taken the liberty of sharing the coloring book pages shared by Bruce just below. Feel free to save and print them out for your own coloring pleasure.
Hat tip to Bruce.