Stark, basic, and pure; the 150 was the base of base models from Chevy in 1955. In fact, even options like the ashtray or mirrors were extra. The year 1955 also marked the introduction of the Chevy small-block V8, the “Turbo-Fire.” Despite the name, it was of course naturally-aspirated. It was 265 cubic inch, overhead valve V8 and the 180 horsepower was enough for many police vehicles at the time to chase the bad guys. The 150 was popular as a fleet vehicle with state agencies, but its simplicity also attracted early hot rodders. The 150 Utility is all business and ready for you to customize into the ultimate drag racer, oval track runner, or as a canvas for your best design.