1957 Design Interior Exterior Chevrolet 150 2 Door Sedan

The Chevrolet One-Fifty, or 150 was the economy/armada model of the Chevrolet auto from 1953 to 1957.[2] It took its name by shortening the creation arrangement number (1500) by one digit keeping in mind the end goal to profit by the numerical auto name pattern of the 1950s. The numerical assignment “150” was likewise sporadically utilized as a part of organization writing. It supplanted the Styleline Special model accessible in earlier years. This model was dropped taking after the 1957 model year and supplanted by the Delray.

1957 was the latest year for Bel Air Nomad as a claim to fame station wagon and more than 6,000 were delivered by Chevrolet. The name Nomad would be exchanged to the highest point of the line as a 1958 Chevrolet station Wagon. The 1956 Chevy Bel Air Townsman Station Wagons were back and more than 27,000 were made. The Two-Ten arrangement wagons were known as the Beauville and Townsman. A Two-Ten and One-Fifty Handyman was likewise made by Chevy alongside the 150 2 Door Utility Sedan.

Chevrolet’s ’57 reason constructed race auto, known as the “Dark Widow,” is as notorious as it is uncommon. With respect to generation numbers, there aren’t any as the auto never fell off the creation line and no known sound numbers exist. The principal aggressive appearance of the high contrast fuel-infused 150 two-entryway car was at NASCAR’s National Speedweeks in Daytona in February 1957.

Another particular Black Widow quality was the utilization of six-carry centers and wheels. The autos themselves originated from Detroit and not the Atlanta plant as the one-piece casing was thought to be more grounded and just accessible from the Detroit office. It’s been accounted for that the six-haul highlight was added to the autos once at SEDCO. The six-slug hub had bigger, business prepared brakes (’57 Chevy 1/2-ton pickup), making this a perfect, for the time, race extra.

1957 Design Interior Exterior Chevrolet 150 2 Door Sedan

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