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    57 car

    What's the difference in a 57 2dr post bel air ? And a Del Ray ?

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    "The Chevrolet Delray, named after Delray Beach, Florida, debuted in 1954 as an optional trim level on two-door models of Chevrolet's mid-range 210 series of full-size car. In 1958, it became a distinct series of its own at the bottom of Chevy's lineup (replacing the discontinued 150), and added a four-door sedan, and sedan delivery, but it only remained in production for that model year."

    "The DelRay is a 210 model, but with an all-vinyl interior and carpet. In '55, the seats had a stitched block pattern and the colors were: ivory/black, beige/blue, and beige/green. In '56, the seats had a stitched rectangle pattern in the colors of ivory/black, ivory/turquoise, and either ivory/blue or ivory/green. The colors for the '57 DelRay are ivory/black, blue, and beige/copper. Come to think of it, I think the interior colors for the 210 wagons of that year were the same colors for the DelRay of that year."
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    I have a 57 Del ray 2dr post , drives like a new car lol


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