The 1951 Chevrolet station wagon was a wood like all steel body. This wood like all steel body station wagons were produced from 1950 to 1952. They combined the smartness and characteristic of a wood grained finish with the strength and safety of an all steel body.
That means it is quieter, more durable, easier to keep new and shining. With four doors the 1951 Station Wagons provided easy access for 8 passengers. Another great new feature was that the rear seats could be readily removed when extra hauling space is required.
Most 1951 Chevy Station Wagon advertising called the new station wagons – “The Station Wagon which costs less to own and operate than any other!” Some advertising invited customers to “Compare Published Delivered Prices…Compare Trade-In Values!…and…Compare operating cost and upkeep!” of the new 1951 Chevy station wagons.
1951 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe Station Wagon
The cost of the 1951 Chevrolet Deluxe Station Wagon was about $2,200.00, up $200.00 from 1950. The Station Wagon was the most expensive 1951 Chevy and this includes the 1951 Chevrolet Convertible. Model number for this wagon was 2119, body number 1062. Production numbers for the 1951 Chevy Deluxe Station Wagon was only 23,587. 166,995 1950 Chevrolet station wagons were sold in the 1950 production year. 1951 Chevrolet Station Wagons For Sale
1951 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Black & White Factory Photo
Restored 1951 Chevrolet Woody Wagon Station Wagon