The 1956 Chevrolet 150 had much less side trim than the two-Ten and Bel Air models.
A single spear running from the front fender, through the front door and ending just past beltline dip. The spear was joined to the beltline dip by a short vertical trim. The two tone paint scheme on the 1956 Chevrolet One-Fifty Models were totally different to that used on the Two-Ten and Bel Air models.
The roof trunk and sides below the trim were painted one color. While the upper side of the spear and hood had a contrasting color. Like the 210 a small piece of trim ran between the spear point and the front fender opening and separated the two colors. Solid colors were also available the Chevrolet 150s.
1956 Chevrolet One-Fifty Two Door Sedan
The following accessories could be found on the 1956 Chevrolet One-Fifty Two Door Sedans – Right hand sun visor, arm rest, cigarette lighter, side mirrors, windshield washer, electric park brake signal, tool kit, back-up lamp and exhaust extensions. 66,416 two door sedans were produced and they cost $3164.00 new. 29898 four door sedans were produced and they cost $1968.00 new.
1956 Chevrolet 150 Four Door Sedan
The 1956 Chevrolet 150 Utility Sedan (shown below) was the lowest price of all the ’56 models at $1833.00. The rear compartment was for luggage or salesmen sample cases. Also know as a Business Coupe 11,196 were produced.
1956 Chevrolet 150 Utility Sedan