The tri-five Chevy’s are the Bel Air, 150, 210 and Nomad wagon. This line-up is on the same platform and manufactured for three years, from1955 through ’57. These have a distinct name because they are from a significant period of change in the mid-fifties, both for Chevy and the automobile industry. These cars are an about face from
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The Belvedere based Road Runner was created by Plymouth to give its customers a lower priced option than the uptown Satellite based GTX. The goodies are left on the shelf, although every power option in Mopar’s arsenal could be had, and, the new model has a rock bottom sticker price. Initially the Road Runner is only
The Triumph TR-6 sports car is powered by a 2,3 L inline six engine with a 4-speed manual transmission, This model was made from 1968 through July 1976 and there were 94,619 during the entire production run. The TR-6 has similar body lines to its predecessors, thwe TR-9 and the TR-4 models. The domestic TR-6,
The premier vehicle of the Studebaker line up for 1955 is the President. The coupe featured here is powered by a 259 CID V8 and the engine is coupled to a three speed transmission with overdrive. Our thanks to Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
The 1955 Studebaker President is the top of the line and this Coupe is powered by a 259 CID engine mounted with a four barrel carburetor and a three speed manual transmission with overdrive. Our thanks to Gateway Classic Cars for the images below.