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The name Chevrolet Beauville used Chevrolet for two vehicles. First, he referred to 1955-1957 a combination of model series Bel Air and Two-Ten.
From 1970 to 1995, a minibus that name based on the van was made , which was offered as a GMC Vandura Rally.
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Beauville station wagon (1955-1957)
Chevrolet Beauville (1955 )
1955 led a five-door Chevrolet Beauville combo in the series Bel Air. The standard engine was a six -cylinder inline engine in conjunction with a manual gearbox. On request, there was also a V8 engine.
From this vehicle 24,313 pieces were produced. The six-cylinder had a base price of U.S. $ 2262, - the V8 cost U.S. $ 2361, -.
Chevrolet Beauville (1956 )
1956, the Beauville was offered as a Chevrolet Two-Ten and a Chevrolet Bel Air, each with nine seats.
The prices of the 210 - Beauville stood at U.S. $ 2348, - ( R6) and U.S. $ 2447, - ( V8), the Bel Air Beauville at U.S. $ 2482, - ( R6) and U.S. $ 2,581, - ( V8). This year 17 988 210 Beauvilles and 13,279 Bel Air Beauvilles were sold.
Chevrolet station wagon had to engines to offer a great choice, the (103 kW) ranged from six cylinder 140 hp unit to a V8 with 225 hp (165 kW).
One belonging to the basic machine in 1956 was a six-cylinder with 3,859 cm3, a Gruagußblock and a compression of 8.0:1. He had a single Rochester Carburetors and reached a peak output of 140 hp (103 kW) at 4,200 min -1. Also on offer was a V8 with 4,343 cm3 displacement, a dual carburetors and a peak output of 162 hp (119 kW) at 4,400 rpm -1.
In 1956 there were two 4.3 -liter V8 engine with a compression of 9,25:1, quad carburetors and two exhaust pipes. The Turbo -Fire 225 had two Carter four -barrel carburetor and made 225 hp ( 165 kW) at 5,200 min - 1, while the Turbo -Fire 205 had a single four -barrel carburetor and a power output of 205 hp (151 kW) at 4,600 min-1 developed.
Chevrolet Beauville (1957 )
The Beauville 1957, there were no more than Bel Air, but just as Two-Ten.
21 803 copies of the nine- seater were made and it cost U.S. $ 2563, - ( R6), or U.S. $ 2663, - ( V8).
In 1957, the Beauville Two-Ten one -line six -cylinder engine with 3859 cm3 and 140 hp ( 103 kW ), a V-8 engine with 4343 cm3, 162 hp (119 kW ) and some V8 engines with 4,638 cm3 and a maximum of 283 hp ( 208 kW) ( Super - Turbo -Fire 283 ) offered. The Super Turbo -Fire 283 had fuel injection and cost $ 550, - surcharge.
Beauville Sportvan (1970-1995)
The Chevrolet Beauville Sportvan the G- series was a large van, the Chevrolet 1970-1995 offered. Since the amendment at the tail end of the 1960s there was little change in G-Series Van, and mostly concerned the interior.
The 1995 Chevrolet G20 Beauville Sportvan was standard with a 4.3 -liter V6 engine, which had a compression ratio of 9:1, overhead valves and two valves per cylinder. Although the G20 otherwise only could still be equipped with a 5.7 liter V8 engine, it gave him as Van also with the otherwise only used when G30 7.4 -liter V8 engine. The customers had a choice between a four -speed automatic and a manual 5 -speed transmission. 1995 Chevrolet offered to some 6.5 -liter V8 diesel.
The NHTSA mentioned on their website that the front impact safety for the driver and front passenger is three stars. In this case this means that a high possibility of serious injury.
There is disagreement about the proper emphasis on the word Beauville. Most believe that this "Boo - Will" is, with stress on the second syllable, but the word in the American is also spoken with emphasis on the first syllable.
The production of the G- series - and thus also of Beauville - was set in 1995. Successor is the Chevrolet Express.