Accessorizing Chevrolets of the 1950s

Accessorizing Chevrolets of the 1950s Options and accessories offered by Chevrolet during the 1950s changed about as much as their cars did. In the early part of the decade items such as self-canceling directional signals and backup lights cost extra, but later in the decade these and other features became standard equipment on many Chevrolets. While the major options offered (such as power steering, power brakes, and automatic transmission) have been covered in books and magazines over the years, there are several lesser known dealer-installed accessories that were available to the Chevy passenger car owner.  There seems to have been

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