December 29, 2018
Here’s one from the year of my birth: a 1952 Chevrolet Styline Deluxe Sport Coupe. Although it’s one of the less expensive body styles, someone splurged for extras, such as the two-tone paint job (Emerald Green over Spring Green), whitewall tires, wheel trim rings, a radio (or, at least an antenna, Lol), dual outside mirrors, and a gas tank filler guard. Chevy offered a total of five different two-door roof profiles for 1952: this sport coupe, a two-door sedan which had a roof that extended a bit more towards the trunk, a Fleetline two-door sedan which had a fastback roofline, a two-door pillarless hardtop (the Bel Air), and a convertible. Saw this green one a few summers ago in Wheatfield.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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