Tri Five Chevys 1955 to 1957
Tri Five Bel Airs
1955 Two tone
1955 New Dashboard and Instruments
1955 How high can you go!
1957 Bel Air Convertible Icon of the Fifties!
1957 Torque Power
1957 Station Wagon engine in rear wheelies!
57timemachine on Dec 3, 2020 said:
Mario, now you have really done it. These three icons have always meant the world to me. I had a 56 Bel Air sedan (1977-1978), 55 210 Del Ray club coupe (1978-1981), 56 210 sedan (1981-1984) and a 57 Bel Air sport sedan hardtop (1984-2007). I know more about these cars than I know anything else in life. My dad also had a 56 150 sedan (1956-1959). These three years have been hot since the very first day they were sold. Once an icon, always an icon. My next tri five will have to be a 57 Nomad wagon, no doubt about it.[Reply to this comment]
azmusclecar on Dec 4, 2020 said:
Well here I am clapping my hands and stomping my feet for yet another well down page. I used to wash my grandmother's 57 hoping someday I'd get to drive it. I'd sit in the car practicing for that day of course with my dream girl beside me. That dream girl's name changed every few weeks. I can't recall the girls but I recall the cars. Maybe my wife is right. I do have a problem. If I could only recall her name it would help my case, maybe.
Well done Mario for providing something to look at other than our society dying a slow painful death.[Reply to this comment]