Saturday, February 21, 2009

1951 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxe 4-door Sedan

"Look it over - inside, outside, up and down. You'll make up your own mind that this refreshingly new Chevrolet for '51 has the big, solid good looks and style leadership to make it a standout in any setting, in any company."

Arguably, the 1955-1957 Chevolets might be the most iconic cars of the 50s, but indeed the 1949-1952 models laid the foundations to Chevrolet's tremendous success in that decade. State-of-the-art design, solid construction and precise assembly were Chevrolet's trademarks, and this Chevy Styleline from Cienfuegos shows off its qualities still after more than half a century.

Chevrolet's first postwar generation, introduced in 1949 and produced until 1952, featured a complete lineup: the elegant Fleetline fastbacks and the conservative Styleline sedans were for the prudent customers, while the convertible and the Bel Air hardtop covered the latest trends in automobile fashion.

1 Kommentare:

Mihkel said...

I think it is old-fashioned cars interesting. They have the originality. I like your blog;)