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1955 Chevy Parts
The 1955 Chevy was the 1st of the Chevy Tri-Five series and the first Chevy to come with a V8 engine (265 cubic-inches) since 1918. It introduced many features that would become popular in cars from the 1950s. The 1955 Chevy included three basic models: the Bel Air, the Two-Ten, and the One-Fifty and 16 new body styles. Of course, '55 was also the first year for the Nomad.


1956 Chevy Parts
The 1956 Chevy was still the same basic design and was a carry over model from the 1955 Chevy but had some major styling changes in the grille, trim and other accessories. Some of those changes included redesigned front and rear fenders, a full width grille, redesigned side trim, larger rectangular parking lights, and a hidden gas cap that was behind the left taillight.


1957 Chevy Parts
The 1957 was the last of the Tri-5 Chevy series that included large tail fins, twin rocket hood design, more chrome, tri-color paint and a larger available 283 cubic-inch engine. Though based on the 1955 and 1956 Chevy, the 1957 had sharp but tasteful tail fins that a year later would dissolve into the low and curved rear fenders of the totally restyled 1958 Chevy.