1955 Chevy Pink & Gray
In My house today there is absolutely nothing pink in color anywhere. I could not think of anything pink to buy. But in the 50's when this car color was popular my brother and I painted our bedroom pink. That's kind of weird by today's standards, but this color was wildly popular in the 1950's. And I loved the 55 Chevy with the  265ci V8 engine. That V8 was a first for Chevrolet. Another Pink: www.flickr.com/photos/57669468@N00/2847440377/ 7612
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The new-for-1955 Chevrolet featured “show car styling” at its beautiful best. The new Bel Air Convertible looked as fresh as you were sure to feel behind the wheel. Wider and longer looking than its predecessor, plus much lower, the crisp lines were enhanced by tasteful chrome styling accents that distinguished the luxurious Bel Air models. The interior received the same level of attention – it looked luxurious, and that it was. Fabrics and fittings had a look of custom quality and…