1953 Chevrolet Convertible – In 1953 seventeen models were produced by Chevrolet including a Bel Air Convertible and a 210 Convertible. This was to be the only year in production for the Two Ten Convertible and they are very rare. At $2175.00 for the 1953 Chevy convertible it was the highest priced of all the cars in the 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air series.
Belair convertible production figures were 24,047. The 1953 Chevrolet 210 convertible cost $2093.00. Only the 1953 Chevrolet 210 station wagons cost more. Production figures for the Two Ten convertible was only 5,617.
1953 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible
This 1953 Chevrolet convertible advertisement reads – Two luxurious new convertibles bring you all the dash and glamor you could want… new high compression power and economy with a choice of two great engines – the 115-h.p. “Blue Flame” engine teamed with new Powerglide automatic transmission and the 108-h.p. “Thrift King engine in gearshift models… new power steering… new sturdier Body by Fisher… easier, smoother stops with the largest brakes in the low price field.
1953 Chevrolet 210 Convertible
The same 1953 Chevrolet Convertible advertisement had the following to say about the Two Ten Convertible – The “Two Ten Convertible smooth, low, flowing lines… beautifully appointed interiors.. packed with wonderful new features. More people buy Chevrolet’s than any other car! See your Chevrolet Dealer. Durable white or black convertible tops matched body colors for a striking effect. Tops raised and lowered at the touch of a button. 1953 Chevrolet convertibles interiors were offered in five two tone color combinations.
1953 Chevy Bel Air Convertible
1953 Chevy 210 Convertible Custom