cheever cheever  /ˈtʃi vər/


  • (n) United States writer of novels and short stories (1912-1982)


  1. This week in 1988: We drive the Ferrari F40

    "Wear a helmet." That's what Eddie Cheever said to Denise McCluggage back in the June 13, 1988 issue of Autoweek , when she drove Ferrari's newest and über-est supercar—the still and forever always legendary F40. "Forget its $260,000 price, 200-plus top speed," we teased. "What's most memorable about this car is the way it feels." That price, by the way, is closer to $496,853.91 today—about one ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Jalopnik

  2. Plymouth: 250 Years In The Making

    The writer Susan Cheever once said that Plymouth, “is a nice enough town but… it’s a town in the middle of nowhere, a town for people on their way to somewhere else” But many locals in the Grafton County town would disagree. After all, Plymouth has been voted one of the best small towns in America. And nowhere is this town pride more conspicuous than in “Marking the Moment”; a two and a half ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: New Hampshire Public Radio

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