Results for: 1955 Chevy Two-Ten

RealRides of WNY - 1955 Chevy Two-Ten

You can see from the photos of this 1955 Chevrolet Two-Tensedan that the previous owner (it was spotted a few summers ago on a Buffaloused car lot) sprang for a few items out of the Chevrolet Accessories for 1955catalog. From here we can see: a fender-mounted antenna, which probably means that in the dash is one of three available radios (all AM-only) — manual tuning, signal-seeking, or cust

RealRides of WNY - 1955 Chevy Two-Ten

It’s not often you see a shortened 1955 Chevy Two-Ten in the supermarket parking lot, but here’s one now. (Look again if you missed it — the section between the front door and the rear wheel has been removed.) In another addition of FormerWNYersFindingRealRides, my daughter Katie came upon this nicely-done example last week in Seattle. I have to wonder if the owner’s daily

RealRides of WNY - 1955 Chevy Two-Ten

For your approval: one 1955 Chevrolet Two-Ten four-door sedan. Because every once in a while we like to show you that no, not every surviving ’55 is a Bel Air hardtop or a Nomad station wagon. The four-doors were Chevy’s biggest sellers that year, with the Bel Air (345,372) and the Two-Ten (317,724) taking the number one and two spots respectively in sales. Saw this well-preserved exam