The One Fifty was mainly conceived as a fleet model and little effort was spent marketing it to the average car buyer of the day, although sales weren’t limited to fleets. It was most popular with police, state governments, small businesses, economy minded consumers and hot rodders.
True to Chevrolet’s vision, the 150 was no frills basic transportation. It had limited options, stark trim, solid colors, plain heavy duty upholstery and rubberized flooring. Small things like ashtrays, cigarette lighters and even mirrors were extra cost options.
Reborn with a 427 V8, 2004R automatic overdrive transmission, Jaguar coil over rear end and 4 wheel disc brakes, this car is one of a kind. Many custom features have been added, including: molded custom dash with Autometer instruments, bucket seats and console, Vintage air conditioning and Crager wheels.