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1955 chevy for sale; .
By 1953, Chevrolet had revamped its lineup entirely, and simplified its sedans to 3 models: a base-level 150; mid-trim 210; and the state-of-the-art 240 Bel Air. The Bel Air was a four-model line and was hugely effective since it cost just a little more than the base and mid-level trims.
From 1950 through 1954, all Chevrolets, including the Bel Air, boasted a straight 6 under the hood. But it was the introduction of the famous small-block V-8 together with the classically styled 1955 Chevys that made the next 3 years classics. Available as two- and four-door sedans, coupe and convertible, wagon and even a two-door wagon called the Nomad, these "shoebox Chevys" were hugely effective.
That '57 Chevy boasted larger and uniquely styled tailfins, an unique grille, and an available fuel-injected V-8 engine.