Check out a cruise night or a car show and you're bound to see some examples of the very popular "Tri-Five" (1955, 1956, 1957) Chevrolets. Signaling the end of stodgy styling and the debut of V8 power, it's no wonder these cars have legions of fans both young and old. Back then, the 210 Delray was just under the top-dog Bel Air in the lineup, and as such featured fancier exterior and interior trim compared to the lower-level 210 and 150 trim levels. Optional two-tone paint and added chrome accessories added to the eye candy factor. Here we have a handsome 1955 Chevrolet 210 Delray "Club Coupe”, aka a “post” coupe, meaning the side windows are framed and it has a B pillar (or “post”) as compared to the hardtop coupe, which has neither. The Delray wears a high-quality respray in the sharp 1955 color scheme of Coral and Shadow Gray. In addition to that gleaming paint, this ‘55 boasts brilliant chrome trim all around, including the various ornaments and the bumpers. The body panels are straight and solid, as is the car’s frame and floors. Inside, the car looks factory fresh thanks to a well-done restoration. Everything from the headliner to the seats, door panels and floors looks and fits great. The two-tone upholstery is a perfect match to the exterior color scheme and there’s plenty of room on those well-padded seats to take your friends and family along for a cruise. Other highlights of the interior include factory rubber floor mats, an “Ididit” steering column with tilt wheel, a trio of auxiliary gauges and a modern audio system with Bluetooth and satellite radio capabilities. Under the hood there’s plenty of power in the form of a mildy-built 350 V8 with a 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. An automatic transmission sends the power to the rear wheels while power steering and power front disc brakes make wheeling around this classic fun and easy. Underway, the ’55 is a smooth performer with the appropriate “American Graffiti” soundtrack provided by those dual pipes. Note that the Chartreuse engine color seen here was something Chevrolet used in early 1957 on leftover 265 V8s to differentiate them from the 283 that replaced them. The former owner of this car just happened to like the color so he had this 350 V8 painted that same eye-popping color. Makes for a great conversation piece at the car shows! Please call Carroll Street Auto at (603) 627-5595 to schedule time to view this beautiful '55 Chevy up close. Financing is offered through our approved lender, trades are welcome and enclosed shipping can be arranged.
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