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1959 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
The handy Sedan Delivery to make all your hauling needs easy.

1959 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery

The sedan delivery models were the the 1107 series (6 cylinder engine) or the 1207 series (V-8 engines). Approx 814 were built with the 348 engine. The total production was 5226 units combined. They were utility vehicles which also came with 1 interior color, code #802 (Gray).They were based in the Biscayne trim level.

The Sedan Delivery came equipped with standard Full Coil suspension, efficient Hi-Thrift 6, plus your choice of two V8's, the big Turbo-Fire and Super Turbo-Fire!

UP TO 93 CUBIC FEET OF AREA INSIDE AND EASY TO LOAD! There's extra cargo space when you need it, a portion of the floor behind the driver's seat drops down 61/2 inches to enable you to take on unusually large loads.

TWO TYPES OF SEATS AVAILABLE. A comfortable single seat, steel-sheathed at the rear for your protection, is standard in Sedan Delivery models. Also offered, as an extra-cost option, is a luxurious full-width passenger car front seat.

1959 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Production Numbers

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
Biscayne (Sedan Delivery) Series 1100 - Six-Cyl
A 1221 2 dr Utility Sedan - 3P $2,160 3,480 lbs Note 1
Biscayne (Sedan Delivery) Series 1200 - V8
B 1221 2 dr Utility Sedan - 3P $2,278 3,490 lbs Note 1

Notes:

Production was recorded by body style only: 4dr Sedan = 525,461 ; Sport Coupe = 164,901; Sport Sedan = 183,520 ; 4dr Station Wagon = 188,623 ; Convertible = 72,765. Chevrolet did not offer a breakout of numbers by series, model or engine

VIN Numbers

Serial Numbers were stamped on a plate on the left front door hinge pillar (center pillar on Corvair and on the driver-side door post on Corvette). The Fisher Body number plate on the right-hand side of the cowl gives additional information such as the body style number, the production sequence number, the trim (upholstery) number code and the paint number code.
First Symbol - Model & Series
A - Biscayne/Brookwood 1100 Series (6-Cyl.) F - Impala/Nomad 1800 Series (V-8)
B - Biscayne/Brookwood 1200 Series (V-8) G - Sedan Delivery or El Camino (6-Cyl.)
C - Bel Air/Parkwood/Kingswood 1500 Series (6-Cyl.) H - Sedan Delivery or El Camino (V-8)
D - Bel Air/Parkwood/Kingswood 1600 Series (V-8) J - Corvette
E - Impala/Nomad 1700 Series (6-Cyl.)  
Second & Third Symbol - Model Year
59 - 1959
Fourth Symbol - Assembly Plant
(A) Atlanta, Georgia (L) Los Angeles, California
(B) Baltimore, Maryland (N) Norwood, Ohio
(F) Flint, Michigan (O) Oakland, California
(G) Pontiac, Michigan (S) St. Louis, Missouri
(J) Janesville, Wisconsin (T) Tarrytown, New York
(K) Kansas City, Missouri (W) Willow Run, Michigan
Last Six Symbols - Production Sequence
Started at 100001

1959 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Specifications

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