The tri-five Bel Airs are always some of the hottest cars on the market, and this 56 is sure to make anyone envious of the new owner.
Why This Car Is Special
This is a real deal V8 powered Bel Air convertible, from the factory. The VC to start the VIN let us know that, and she has been meticulously restored.
The legendary Bel Air is powered by none other than the equally as legendary 350 CID V8. Painted in Chevrolet orange and topped off with a black air cleaner and black finned valve covers, the engine sure fits well in this build. The power is routed through a 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission, shifted on the column. The exhaust is routed through dual pipes with glass pack mufflers for a great powerful sound.
The interior is a great match to the paint scheme with Turquoise and White vinyl upholstery. Modern AM/FM radio with speaker nicely tucked into the kick panels allow you to crank your favorite tunes while you cruise in style. A matching convertible top boot fits very well and gives the car a nice buttoned up look. Seat belts front and rear provide safety, and even look great on this Bel Air. The dash in these cars is regarded as one of the most beautiful and is often used in other custom builds. This car has the swing out Kleenex box under the dash in front of the passenger, which is a very neat touch.
Turquoise and White paint scheme is a great fit on these Bel Airs, and this car shows why. The car is a true Turquoise and White. The photos show it more blue than it is in real life. Color matched steel wheels with hub caps and white wall tires look very classy. This is an iconic classic automobile and a real piece of American history. One look and it's easy to see why so many people have fallen in love with the Chevrolet Bel Air. They look great from every angle.
This would make a great first classic car, or a fine addition to even the most prestigious collection.
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