John Deere Tribute? 1957 Chevrolet 210

This 1957 Chevy 210 station wagon was someone’s pet project that came to halt for one reason or another. We’re told it’s been sitting for several years and doesn’t run, although it did when it was parked. The color… more»

“Mechanic’s Special”: 1955 Chevrolet 210

While the 1955-57 Chevy Bel Air Nomad wagon would become iconic due to its styling, it was not the only 2-door wagon built by Chevrolet. Without the sports roof styling, the Handyman in 150 and 210 trim was also… more»

Package Deal: 2 Chevrolets and 1 Oldsmobile

If you’re fond of early 1950s General Motors products, here’s your chance to acquire three of them at one time – along with a lift to work on your projects. The seller has not one but two 1953 Chevrolets… more»

350 V8 4-Speed: 1956 Chevrolet 210

When most buyers flocked to the new Chevrolet Sport Coupes for 1955-57, they usually migrated to the nicer Bel Air editions. But you could also enjoy that body style with the mid-range 210 like the seller’s car. The sheet… more»

Shorty Wagon! 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

From 1955 through 1957, Chevy’s Bel Air series offered a 2-door station wagon. But it was the sporty Nomad which failed to catch on with buyers at the time. But you could get the Bel Air as a 4-door… more»

Low-Rider: 1954 Chevrolet 210

With a facelift in 1953, Chevrolet renamed its cadre of automobiles, and the mid-range series, formerly the Styleline DeLuxe, became the 210 or Two-Ten. It would be Chevy’s best-selling car in 1953-54 until the Bel Air branched out its… more»

327 V8: 1957 Chevrolet 210

Chevrolet built nearly five million of the so-called “Tri-Fives” between 1955 and 1957. Though the ‘57s would become iconic due to its styling, Chevies like the seller’s car would be outsold by Ford that year. That’s something that didn’t… more»

First Love Must Go: 1956 Chevrolet 210

The 210 was the mid-level trim model in the 1955-57 “Tri-Five” Chevies. Out of 1.6 million automobiles that Chevrolet built in 1956, the 210 2-door post sedan would account for 206,000 copies, the third best-selling model/body style. This car… more»

28k Miles! 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

Ask a Chevy enthusiast which is their favorite Tri-Five year model, and you’ll get a reputable response, no matter which of the three they choose.  It’s one of those questions that doesn’t have a wrong answer, as they’re all… more»

Just Out of Storage: 1957 Chevrolet 210

This 1957 Chevrolet was cast aside about 15 years ago. That’s when it was last running, and we don’t know if it went into retirement due to mechanical issues or just a lack of interest. But its last owner… more»

Custom Patina Paint! 1955 Chevrolet 210

Car shoppers kept Chevrolet dealers busy in 1955-57 as nearly five million cars were sold those three years. These would become known as the “Tri-Five Chevies” and are still popular with collectors today. This 1955 edition is a 210… more»

Schoolteacher Project: 1953 Chevrolet 210

Chevrolet restyled its automobiles in 1953, taking on a more “modern” appearance with new features like a one-piece windshield. It was also the same year that Dinah Shore began crooning “See the USA in Your Chevrolet” to help promote… more»

In The Barn 42 Years! 1957 Chevrolet 210

The Tri-Five Chevies from 1955-57 have had a collector following since they became something more than just used cars. You still see them around as the original inventory was plentiful – a collective five million of them built in… more»

Basement Find: 35k Mile 1954 Chevrolet 210

Chevrolet’s automobiles were all new for 1953, so the 1954s would be little changed. The front grille and taillight treatments were about the only way to tell them apart. The 210 was the middle series, sandwiched between the 150… more»

Unfinished Business: 1956 Chevy 210 Wagon

After a successful launch in 1955 of what would become known as the Tri-Five Chevies, the 1956 models were little changed other than taillights and turn signals. The 210 would continue as the mid-range offering, sandwiched between the 150… more»

265 V8 Barn Find: 1956 Chevrolet 210

Who remembers the TV commercials with Dinah Shore crooning, “See the USA in Your Chevrolet”? While that jingle was first used to promote the 1953 Chevies, it may have been better suited to the all-new 1955-57 “Tri Fives” that… more»