For 1956, Chevrolet kept the same chassis and body shell from their radically new ‘55, but updated front and rear ends and side trim for the new year. And the redo of the car that thrust them ahead of Ford enabled them to stay in front for the second year in a row. Here’s an image of a Matador Red and India Ivory Bel Air convertible parked atop San Diego’s Torrey Pines cliffs … an amazing view of the car and the Pacific Ocean. Total images authorized: just 28. Signed numbered C of A included.
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