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Apple Pie. Baseball. Tri-Five Chevys. The iconic threeyear run of arguably the most recognizable body style of all time continues to resonate with enthusiasts more than 60 years after these cars were first created. What stands out to most fans besides the styling is the vast amount of configurations these cars were offered in. Stripped down (One- Fifty) or dolled up (Bel Air convertible), a Tri-Five could be ordered in as many as 21 different models in 1956. This extensive assortment of offerings make a book of this nature a must have for hobbyists. What interior color combos could be had in a Two-Ten Delray Club Coupe? Could you get fuel injection on a ’57 Nomad? How do I decipher my cowl tag? Author Patrick Hill addresses these questions fully to assist you in returning your Tri-Five back to its factory stock appearance. Full of codes, charts, parts numbers, and facts, this book will be a resource for decades to come. With the Tri-Five Chevrolet Data and ID Guide: 1955, 1956, 1957, you will have a book capable of fitting in your back pocket that has so much information you will feel as though you were a salesperson at a Chevy dealership in the mid 1950s. • The only book on the market to aid in the decoding and deciphering of your Tri-Five Chevrolet • This book includes charts and graphs that easily show you what combinations were available in a Tri-Five • A heavy dose of part numbers and suffix codes aid you in identifying correct parts for your Tri-Five
Author Bio: Patrick Hill is a well-known automotive journalist in theChevy world, having spent eight years working on SuperChevy magazine. A past SEMA Scholarship recipient andgraduate of the University of Central Florida, Patrick hasheld a passion for Tri-Fives since he was a boy. He’s writtentech and feature stories on a variety of these Chevys,and loves them whether they have two doors, four doors,or five doors and a long roof.
Binding Type: Paperback
Illustrations: 140 photos
Dimensions: 5 x 8”