This early factory 1955 Cameo was one of the first truly special
editions in the Chevy pickup line. This truck started life as a V-8
model as the small block engine had its first introduction in 1955.
A three speed manual transmission on the column was a standard
feature. With the big panoramic rear window visibility out the back
was improved. Special features on this pickup were the fiberglass
sides to the box, making for smooth straight lines down the side of
the truck. Special chrome accents on the front box corner let's you
know this is something special. The tailgate with hidden latches
made for a smoother look and the big Chevy bow tie on the tailgate
was a unique touch. Factory custom visor and spotlight were also
added. The Bombay Ivory paint scheme with red accents give this
truck a classic look that'll turn heads. Wide whitewall tires with
full hubcaps and outstanding chrome and brightwork completes the
overall appearance. This 1955 Chevrolet Cameo is a rare pickup
waiting for a new owner!
*265 Cu. In. V-8
*3 Speed Manual Transmission
*Correct Bombay Ivory Paint
*Panoramic Rear Window
*Factory AM Radio / Spotlight
*Full Front Windshield Visor
*Fiberglass Box Sides
*Wide Whitewall Tires
*Full Factory Hubcaps
*Odometer Reads: 28,414 Miles
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