Goodguys 1st Virtual Car Show – Tri-Five Chevy Corral presented by Designer Street Rods
Some could argue that the 1955 Chevrolet was the first “muscle car” with the introduction of Chevrolet’s first V8 platform engine that scaled in at 265 cubic-inches and produced a whopping 162 horsepower with a two-barrel carb. Over the next three years the Tri-Five Chevy generation featured various body and styling options ranging from a hardtop, sedan, convertible or wagon and a 150 base model, an upgraded 210, the Bel Air, Nomad, 2 door, 4 door…the list goes on.
GM allowed these three years of classics to become so widely popular with the many different styles and options, thus having a wide span of price points. Nobody will argue that Tri-Five Chevy’s are some of the most sought-after classic vehicles to restore and customize. Taking a look at this Tri-Five Chevy Corral gallery presented by Designer Street Rods solidifies that point!