Ewing Chevrolet was one of the nation's oldest family-owned Chevrolet dealerships. Established in 1914 in Jeromesville, Ohio (Ashland County) as part of Ewing Hardware with Clement L. Ewing and his two sons, Floyd C. Ewing and Charles Clarence (C.C.) Ewing. Floyd and Charles relocated to Canton, Ohio in 1931 as Ewing Brothers. Ewing Chevrolet was the largest Chevrolet dealership in Stark County. Generations of customers were served by the dedicated employees and associates of the dealership. C.C. Ewing received his 50 years w Chevrolet dealer award in 1964. That same year C. C.’s oldest son Stanley C Ewing became president and his other son Richard K Ewing, Vice-President. David C. Ewing succeeded his father as president in 1989. Ewing bought out their nearest competitor, Eppy's Chevrolet in 1997. In 1998 Stan received his 50-year dealer award and David his 25-year dealer award from Chevrolet. Ewing Chevrolet was noted for excellence in customer service and satisfaction with a 100% GM trained Service Department and Body Shop. A large Parts Department with skilled employees sold Genuine GM parts both retail and wholesale throughout North East Ohio. Ewing Chevrolet closed its doors on March 20, 2007, after selling over 100,000 vehicles and servicing Chevrolet products for 93+ years.
Dave Ewing - How many can I buy at this price?
Bought this at an auction.
The words on the back are so endearing.
“To Stan with love from Dee
Made especially for his office to reflect the friendly feeling given to his customers at Ewing Chevrolet” 1972.
I believe this picture was taken in your showroom (the pic was dated 2002).
I now own this 1960 Impala and was wondering if there is any information / history you can share.
I have a unique Camaro that was bought from Ewing Chevy in 1986. We have the original paperwork from purchase. My step dad was the one who purchased it and I have got it back on the road. From what I am told this Camaro was owned by the owners wife, prior to my step dad owning. The Camaro was also used in some parades in the area. Thought I would share and maybe connect with anyone who remembers this car. It's a 1984 z28 with the autoform convertible conversion.
Dave, we have had a few laughs, when meeting you. I told you as a sales rep. for the Massillon Independent, I would be asked, are you -- and before they got finished, I piped in, " I'm Elaine Ewing. I am NOT related to J R, nor could I have ever gotten you a good deal on a car". You are a good person, and a great memory for what you and your family did for Canton, Ohio. I'm still with the Stark Co. charity, "AUNT SUSIE'S CANCER WELLNESS CENTER FOR WOMAN" driving ladies with cancer to their Dr. or treatments in Stark Co. at NO COST to them. Wishing you and your's well.
I worked there for a few years back in the seventies! I was in the body shop. I remember spray painting Stans wicker furniture every spring!
Was on my first car I got from Ewing in 1996.
Thanks Jeff Jeff Johnstone, I bought my second car there, $500 cash. Dad was a long time friend / customer there.
Just small picture of some of my Ewing Chevrolet Collection.
Thanks for the friend invite. With all these great old pics....I know a pic that was never taken. Three Corvettes bought on the same day...one of them a "certain collectors edition" ZR-1. Those were the days!
I am looking for the gentleman who purchased this car new from ewing chevrolet his name is Paul Miller, please contact Tony Mills at 9186386171 if you have his contact information. Thanks.