June 2, 2020
We spent the better part of an evening last summer parked next to this 1956 Chevy Two-Ten at a cruise night in the parking lot of the Elderwood Assisted Living facility in Tonawanda. Seeing that they're the middle child of the Tri-Fives, I’ve always been drawn to the ’56 models (I feel their pain!). IMO it’s a bit more refined than the ’55 while not as garish as the ’57. This one has a great paint scheme, and at the back is a rare plate topper from MobilGas, featuring the Pegasus which is still in use today by ExxonMobil on some of their Mobil-branded products (see bottom photo).
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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