Chances are, you haven’t heard much about the Chevrolet 150, and that’s because it was the automaker’s economy model from 1953 to 1957. Aimed primarily at fleet buyers, the 150 saw assembly in multiple plants across the USA and Ontario, Canada. A straightforward range of sedan, coupe, or wagon was offered, and by 1957, the Delray took over. As something primarily workmanlike, you can imagine that a Chevrolet 150 isn't all that common, which makes this 1957 Chevrolet 150 all the more interesting to an enthusiast. With just 74,750 miles on the clock, it’s not a tired high-miler either.