Here we are at the 2nd Annual Danchuk Tri-Five Nationals all geared up to see all-things 1955 through 1957 Chevrolet whether it be car, truck or Corvette. But what a way to startlet's take a look at the 1955 only Chevy.
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The 1955 Chevy may very well be the most popular and iconic of the three years of the Tri-Five but there's probably a pretty god chance we would get a robust argument from 1956 and 1957 Chevys. The '55 saw the modern V-8 introduced in the Turbo-Fire 265 small-block (170 and 225 hp) that would go on for decades in varying displacements up to 350 (383 as a crate engine).
The Chevrolet 210 was considered a mid-priced car and came in multiple styles; but the two and four-door sedan and station wagons were very popular. The 210 four-door was the most popular of the series with seating for six at a cost of $1,819. The most expensive was the four-door station wagon which had seating for six at a cost of $2,130.
Fast forward to this day and we find 150, 210, Bel Air and "post" cars as well as wagons and Nomad wagons painted in every color, built in numerous styles from stockers to gassers to pro touring, to street cruisers. And there in lies the fun build it your way and enjoy it.