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1955 Chevrolet For Sale

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Scottsdale

Model: 210
Submodel: Handyman Wagon
Color: HONDA CHIANTI RED PEARL
Transmission: 700r4 built by Bowtie overdrive, Hesperia CA. w/ 2
Engine: 355 cu. in. sbc V8
Finished in Honda Chianti Red Pearl with Custom Black interior with red stitching to really pull everything together. This cool Tradesman has only had 2 owners and spent it's entire life in New Mexico. Powering this awesome '55 is a 355 cubic inch Chevy Motor, that has been modified with roller tip rockers larger valves , mini starter, headers, and Edelbrock...

Indianapolis

Model: Corvette
Submodel: Convertible Frame Off Restoration
Color: Gypsy Red
Transmission: 3 speed Manual
Engine: 265 Powerback V8
Smooth body lines and rocket style fins, this car looks like it is doing 95MPH while it is sitting still. Under the hood is a 265 Cubic inch V8 powerpack that is paired up to a 3 speed Manual transmission. Cruising the back-country roads, barreling down Route 66, or just parked at a car show, this 1955 Chevrolet Corvette is going...

Tampa

Model: Bel Air
Submodel: 2 Door Post
Color: Grey
Transmission: 700R4 Automatic
Engine: 350ci TPI V8
This 55 2 Door Post Bel Air is an awesome ride. From top to bottom, it's a sight to behold. 55 Chevys are legends in the enthusiast world for their clean styling, relatively light weight, and the ability to adopt just about any modifications you wish - with relative ease. This 55 Chevy was street-rodded with a Fuel injected 350 TPI...

Nashville

Model: Corvette
Color: Blue
Transmission: 2 Speed Automatic
Engine: 265 CID V8
Flash Gordon, Rocket man and many other TV shows and toys, all had been somewhat influenced by rockets. One look at this car and it becomes crystal clear that it too, took styling ques from the rocket. Smooth body lines and rocket style fins, this car looks like it is doing 95MPH while it is sitting still. Under the hood is...

Louisville

Model: 210
Color: Emerald Green/Pearl White
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Engine: 350 CID V8
As America was entering into the mid 50's automotive design was reaching a new paradigm. The '55-'57 Chevys were rolling works of art; now call the tri-five Chevys and they are still hot today! Here we have a '55 Model and wow is she a beauty. The two-tone Emerald Green and Pearl White paint looks great. Couple that with the Billet...

St. Louis

Model: Bel Air
Color: Harvest Gold
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 265 CID V8
By 1955 Chevrolet was about to produce its 50 MILLIONTH vehicle! This is an astonishing number by any standard and from our research there was no other manufacturer at the time that was remotely close to that number. Allegedly roughly 5,000 Bel Air sedans were painted in this color. Unfortunately there is no registry or anything we have available to confirm....

Dallas

Model: Bel Air
Color: Red
Transmission: Turbo 350 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
The mid-50s Bel Air was the upper echelon Chevy sedan of its time, and a true icon of street rod culture. Looking sharp and running strong, this 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air stands by to pull all that vintage mojo into your garage. Having gone through a thorough rebuild about 10,000 miles back, it features a great assortment of components and is...

Scottsdale

Model: 210
Color: Black/Gray
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
Engine: 5.3 L Vortec
Tri-Five Chevys are universally coveted by the collector car community and it seems that each one has a unique restoration story to tell. This sharp '55 is painted in a two-tone Black with Gray hardtop. The custom Black painted Foose wheels really give this 210 some curb appeal and they are stanced nicely with 18's in the front and 20's in...

Las Vegas

Model: Bel Air
Color: Wine
Transmission: 400 Automatic
Engine: 454 V8
The mid-50s Bel Air was the upper echelon Chevrolet sedan of its time, and a true icon of street rod culture. The second generation Bel Air debuted in 1955 and it made quite the statement and set the stage for a very large following and continues to be highly desired and sought after car 67 years later. This 1955 Chevrolet Bel...

Louisville

Model: Bel Air
Color: True red
Transmission: 3 speed O/D Automatic
Engine: 350 Crate V8
As America was entering into the mid 50's automotive design was reaching a new paradigm. The '55-'57 Chevys were rolling works of art; now call the tri-five Chevys and they are still hot today! Here we have a '55 Model. This car stands out in a crowd. You can't help but smile approaching this icon. The True Red paint looks stunning...

Fort Lauderdale

Model: 210
Color: Blue & White
Transmission: 700R4 --4-SPEED Auto Automatic
Engine: 454 Big Block V8
When it comes to classic cars of the 50s nothing is more revered than the 55-57 Chevy. Affectionately referred to as tri-fives this 3 year run of modest sedans and sport coupes are now iconic. With their healthy drivetrain options and bold styling, the tri-five Chevy is the epitome of what motoring meant in the 50s. This 210 2 door has...

Scottsdale

Model: Bel Air
Submodel: 2 Door Hardtop
Color: Gypsy Red & Navajo White
Transmission: 3-Spd Manual
Engine: 283 CID V8
When a craze starts, there's no slowing down the progress. In this day and age when you can resto-mod just about anything with enough skill and money, we see surges of popularity on certain makes and models. To say the tri-five craze has slowed down is an understatement. A quick search into our national inventory will reveal over 40 variations of...

Scottsdale

Model: Bel Air
Color: Cherry Cola Red
Transmission: 700R4 w/OD Automatic
Engine: 502 V8
The second generation Bel Air debuted in 1955, it made quite the statement and set the stage for a very large following that continues to be highly desired and sought after car 67 years later. This car is finished in a two-tone burgundy and pewter exterior with two-tone tan and grey leather interior with cloth accents on the seats. Rumbling beneath...

Philadelphia

Model: 210 Wagon
Color: Yellow
Transmission: 350 Automatic
Engine: 350 V8
This 210 Wagon is powered by an upgraded 350 CI V8 engine backed by a 350 Turbo 3 speed automatic transmission sending power thru a set of headers and out the dual exhaust. The current owners have been the owners for the last 30 years and are ready for it to enjoy a new home. Repainted in a Retro Style Yellow...

Scottsdale

Model: 210
Submodel: Post Restomod
Color: Gun Barrel Gray
Transmission: Tremec 6-spd Manual
Engine: 6.2L LS-2 V8
Picture seeing this from across the parking lot as it pulls into the show. It's gliding across the pavement with a very subtle, almost muted rumble and as it gets closer your ears also detect a slight whining noise, as it passes, you take note of the custom pinstriping that more than makes up for the lack of the typical two-tone...

Nashville

Model: 210
Color: BLACK
Transmission: 5 speed tremec Manual
Engine: 350 cid v8 V8
Built as a 210 from the factory this machine has had part of it gone through, from rubber hitting the road to the roof reflecting the sun this car has had attention to it. Powering this 1955 210' for sale is a GM 350CID V8 and with the twist of a key this beast wakes right up and with a great...

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Model: 210
Submodel: Show Winning Restomod
Color: Root Beer / Gold
Transmission: 700R4 4 Speed Automatic
Engine: 630HP 396 CID V8
This is a complete frame-off build from the ground up. Finished in 2016 and driven 5900 Miles since, she is the complete package with over 600HP to throw you back into your seat, and win the car show. With a PPG base coat clear coat two-tone, of Rootbeer and Gold, two-stage paintwork, and some small body mods. Coilover front suspension, upgraded...

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Model: Bel Air
Submodel: LS3
Color: Red/Black
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
Engine: LS3
Rolling into the '50s Chevrolet was looking to enter a new car in the market and replace the aging Fleetline. The Bel Air was a fresh design but had limited trims for its first generation between '50-'54. The Bel Air would see 7 generations spanning 2 decades in the United States. One thing is for certain, the second generation took the...

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Model: Bel Air
Color: Red/Ivory
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Engine: v-8 Small Block 383 CI
The Chevrolet Bel Air is a full-size car that was produced by Chevrolet for the 1950-1975 model years. Initially, only the two-door hardtops in the Chevrolet model range were designated with the Bel Air name from 1950 to 1952. With the 1953 model year, the Bel Air name was changed from a designation for a unique body shape to a premium...

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Model: Bel Air
Submodel: Hardtop
Color: Black and Orange
Transmission: 4LE60 Automatic
Engine: LS3 V8
This Beast is powered by a 403 engine bored and stroked with a set of pro 1 racing heads and a Serpentine Billet Belt system. Backed by a 4l60E overdrive transmission and Ford 9 inch rear, dyno at 497 top. Start it up and hear her purr thru a 3 inch exhaust and out the 2 1/2 Flowmaster Mufflers. This Bel...

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Model: 210
Color: Black
Transmission: 6 Speed Manual
Engine: 540 CID V8
Right away you will notice this isn't your average 210 from the 50s. This hot rod has been restored and upgraded to what you see now. Under the menacing cowl hood is a monster of an engine. Sitting at a whopping 540cubic inches of merlin motor goodness, this engine means business. Mated to it is a Richmond 6 speed manual transmission...

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Rel. August 16, 2022