1953 Chevrolet Station Wagon – Chevrolet produced station wagons in 1953 a Two Ten Townsman and Two Ten Handyman. Plus a One Fifty Handyman station wagon. No station wagons with Bel Air trim were produced. At $2123.00 for the Two Ten Handyman and $2273.00 for the Townsman, these wagons were the highest priced 1953 Chevrolets.
Production figures were 18,258 for the Handyman and 7,988 for the Townsman. The 1953 Chevrolet One Fifty Handyman cost $2010.00. The highest priced car in the One Fifty series. Production figures for the Handyman was 22,408. The 1953 Chevy advertisement below reads – Chevrolet presents the last words in station wagons “Handyman” (two of them) and Townsman (see below) with wonderful new features you’ll want.
1953 Chevrolet 210 Handyman Station Wagon
Reading further – The “Two-Ten” Handyman… One of three great new all-steel station wagons… all offering new high compression power… four-door convenience… and such feature as Power steering (6 passenger – folding seat)
1953 Chevrolet Townsman Station Wagon and One Fifty Handyman
The same 1953 Chevy advertisement had the following to say about the “Townsman” – The Townsman… Plenty of room for eight. Advanced 108-h.p. “Thrift-King” engine with standard gearshift, or 115-h.p. “Blue-Flame” engine with Powerglide automatic transmission. (Simulated wood-grain trim – removable center and rear seat.) And this about the “One-fifty Handyman” – The “One-Fifty” Handyman… The new, low-priced 1953 Chevy wagon in the low-priced field… and like all other 1953 Chevrolet wagons, offers great new operating economy. (6 passengers – folding rear seat.)
1953 Chevrolet Handyman Wagon
1953 Chevrolet Station Wagon Custom
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1953 Chevrolet 210 Townsman