About Chevy Cruze Bowtie
You love your new car. But you do not love the Chevy Cruze bowtie on the front that came with it. The logo is great, but you find it boring. Little did you know that you could change it yourself. The Chevrolet bowtie emblem first appeared in 1913 when the company's co-founder William C. Durant introduced it to his partners. Since then, the emblem has become synonymous with the brand, and there is no doubt in anyone's mind what the make of a vehicle is once they spot the bowtie. If you are particularly handy, you can replace an entire Chevy Cruze black bowtie on your own, but there are simpler methods, too. One popular way to change the look is to use vinyl overlays. These do not involve removing the emblem, and they only take minutes to make the switch. No matter what Chevy Cruze bowtie you hope to see on your car, the vast inventory on eBay makes it easy to make the switch. You can even start matching your bowtie to your outfit, or to your mood.