1955 Chevrolet Body Styles



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1955 Chevrolet Body Styles – In 1955 there were many changes in body design. Most distinguishing mark of the new 1955 Chevrolet bodies is their low slung silhouettes and vertical windshield pillars.

Broad, flat hood and trunk lids are approximately 3 1/2 inches lower than 1954, while the high straight crown of the fenders enhances an impression of quickness.

The new body styles for 1955 gave the cars the appearance of much greater length although wheel bases remained unchanged from 1954. Brand new among the 16 1955 Chevy Belair auto body styles are two door station wagons.


1955 Chevrolet Body Styles

1955 Chevrolet Body Styles
1955 Chevrolet Body Styles

1955 Chevrolet Body Styles & Production Totals

  • Bel Air Convertible (41,292)
  • Bel Air Sport Coupe 2 Door Hard Top (185,562)
  • Bel Air 4 Door Sedan (345,372)
  • Bel Air 2 Door Sedan (168,313)
  • Bel Air Beauville 4 Door Station Wagon (24,313)
  • Bel Air Nomad 2 Door Station Wagon (8,386)
  • Two-Ten Sport Coupe 2 Door Hard Top (11,675)
  • Two-Ten 4 Door Sedan (317,724)
  • Two-Ten 2 Door Sedan (249,105)
  • Two-Ten 2 Door 1955 Chevy Delray Club Coupe (115,584)
  • Two-Ten Townsman 4 Door Station Wagon (82,303)
  • Two-Ten Handyman 2 Door Station Wagon (28,918)
  • One-Fifty 4 Door Sedan (29,898)
  • One-Fifty 2 Door Sedan (99,146)
  • One-Fifty 2 Door Utility Sedan (11,196)
  • One-Fifty Handyman 2 Door Station Wagon (17,936)

1955 Chevrolet specifications include a 115 inch wheelbase. Most of the body styles had an overall length of 195.6 inches. 55 Chevrolet wagon such as the Nomad, Beauville, Townsman and Handyman overall length is 197.1 inches. The weight of all body styles except the station wagons (3,200 to 3,300 pounds) is about 3,100 pounds. The following is the 1955 list price: Nomads $2472.00, convertibles $2206.00, Beauville 1955 Chevy wagon $2262.00, Belair sport coupe hardtop $2,067, 1955 Chevy 4 door Bel Air $1932.00, Belair 2 door $1888.00. Two-Ten models: started at $1775 for a 2 door and $2127.00 for a Townsman wagon. One-Fifty models: started at $1593.00 for a utility wagon up to $2030.00 for a Handyman wagon. More Belair 4 Door sedans (345,372) were made than any other body style. The lowest production body style for 1955 was the 1955 Nomad Belair two-door wagon at 8,386 units made.


Restored 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible
Restored 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible


1955 Chevrolet Sedan
1955 Chevrolet Sedan



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