1955 Chevvrolet 150 Handyman Wagon
Fuel-Injected Ram Jet GM 350 cubic inch V8 crate engine Custom Cold-Air Induction Breather ATH350 3-Speed Automatic Transmission & B&M Pro-Stick Shifter 10-Bolt GM Differential Power Front Disc Brakes Dropped Spindles & Lowering Blocks Custom 18-Inch Wheels & Low Profile Kumho Radial Tires Tweed Interior - Custom Two-Tone Bucket Seating & Custom Upholstery Polished Tilt Steering Column - Factory Steering Wheel & Rim-Blown Horn Be Cool Aluminum Radiator & Polished Billet Overflow Tank Power Steering Tinted Glass Custom Ceramic-Coated Headers & Dual Exhaust, Chromed Tips
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this striking '55 Chevy. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Chromed Power Brake Booster & Master Cylinder. Be Cool Aluminum Radiator - Electric Fan - Polished Billet Overflow Tank. The exterior showcases exceptionally nice paint and body work. The panels are near laser straight and the gaps are correct. This is a well done Handyman Wagon. The stance is just perfect thanks to dropped spindles & these custom polished 18-Inch alloy wheels & low profile Kumho rubber. This Wagon has also been fitted with a power front disc brake conversion and power steering. Open the doors to this custom Wagon and slide in.
The dash showcase a custom gauge cluster and updated white face analog gauges. The steering column is a polished tilt unit fitted with the factory steering wheel. A Kenwood CD Stereo has been installed along with beautiful polished billet brightwork through the dash. A custom console was built to house the stereo system. There is some hand pinstriping. The dash was disassembled and finished to match the exterior prior to the new wiring, gauges, and trim work. The headliner and back paneling is in excellent condition.
The tailgate raises and lowers with ease, solid. The upholstery is done in tweed. The bucket seating features 2-tone color contrast. The door panels, headliner, and flooring is done in matching materials and shows well. Further inspection of the engine compartment will reveal detailed sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. The original trim identification plate is also intact and legible as is the VIN plate. The undercarriage is shown in detailed photos above. The rear end is a 10-bolt GM. The exhaust is custom H-Pipe duals with mufflers and sounds excellent. The transmission is a TH350 3-speed automatic. Further inspection will confirm a solid and straight factory frame front to back. The fuel tank has been previously replaced as well. The door undersides are excellent. The weatherstripping has been replaced throughout this wagon.