1955 Chevrolet 210 Series – Chevrolet’s middle priced automobile for 1955 was the Two-Ten 2100 B series. The model name “Two-Ten” comes from the first three numbers of series number 2100B. The charm and distinction of Chevrolet’s new style for 1955 was the “Two Ten” series.
They were produced as a Two-Ten Sport Coupe 2 Door Hard Top, Two-Ten 4 Door Sedan, Two-Ten 2 Door Sedan, Two-Ten 2 Door 1955 Chevy Delray Club Coupe, Two-Ten Townsman 4 Door Station Wagon and Two-Ten Handyman 2 Door Station Wagon.
The Two Ten models had built in beauty and quality and was advertised as America’s Favorite Car. Features included chrome wheel hub center caps, grille, door handles, headlamp rims, hood ornament plus front and rear bumpers.
1955 Chevrolet 210 2 Door Sedan and 4 door Sedan
Addition features include vinyl upholstery, stainless windshield and back glass reveals, side wall moldings. The interior featured glove box light, armrests, assist straps, cigarette lighter and ash tray. The 1955 Chevrolet 210 Delray featured Club Coupe styling and a nice uncluttered look about it. Advertised as a club coupe, it shared its body with the Two-Ten two door sedan but with quilted all vinyl interior.
1955 Chevrolet 210 Delray Club Coupe, Townsman and Handyman
Additional Two-Ten models included the Townsman station wagon and the Handyman. They were spacious styled utility wagons with a rear seat that folded down for extra space.
1955 Chevrolet 210 Delray
1955 Chevrolet Sedan