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To me, this is what hot rodding is all about…making something out of nothing. In a nifty bit of creativity, fabricator Dale Kutsch whipped up this master cylinder / brake pedal arrangement reusing the stock Chevette parts.

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Created by Horacio Torrendell, a fibreglass-bodied version (actually based on the 's bodywork) called the "Grumett" was built in Uruguay. It was available either as a station wagon, as a pickup, or as a double-cab pickup. This replaced an earlier version (since 1976) which used bodywork based on that of the , as well as Vauxhall mechanics. By 1980 the Vauxhall parts had become impossible to import and Grumett switched to Chevette parts from Brazil. The Grumett used the original 1.4 liter version of the Chevette engine. The regular Chevette was also assembled in Uruguay, by General Motors Uruguaya. It was sold there as a two- or four-door sedan, either with the 1.4 petrol or the 1.8 diesel.