The nickname Tri Five is used to represent a specific set of classic Chevrolet vehicles, namely the iconic 55', 56' and 57' Chevies. This includes the well-known One-Fifty, Two-Ten, Bel Air, and Nomad models, as well as lesser-known sub-models such as the Delray coupe, and Handyman, Townsman, and Beauville wagons. The 1955 Tri Five was an all-new redesign. Each passenger car could be had with a 235ci L6 or 265ci V8 with 3-speed manual, 3-speed manual with overdrive, or 2-speed Auto (Powerglide).
The 150 level came with the essentials and almost nothing else. It had rubber floor mat instead of carpets, 2-spoke steering wheel with a horn button (no ring), no passenger sun visor, small hubcaps, and very little exterior trim. The ashtray, cigarette lighter, coat hooks and armrests were optional equipment.
The 210 level still had rubber mats instead of carpet, but it featured stainless window trim, moderate exterior side moldings, seat moldings, glove box light, cigarette lighter, ashtray, automatic dome lights, and a horn ring.
The Bel Air came with the maximum amount of exterior chrome and bright trim, unique exterior emblems, and the full complement of interior features such as a 3-spoke steering wheel with horn ring, floor carpet, electric clock, ash trays, arm rests, and other upgrades.
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