The Bel Air was a full-size automobile that was produced from 1950-1981 by the Chevrolet division of General Motors and molded well to each generation that it was produced in. With only two door hardtop variants being produced for the first three production years, the idea of keeping it a model changed along the way as it became a trim level. Starting 1953, Chevrolet continued the Bel Air name but as a unique body shape or as a premium trim that was applied to many different body styles. This continued until the discontinuation of the highly recognized name tag until 1975, but even then it was still produced in Canada for another six years. This model has become one of the most recognizable models in auto shows and continues to be one of the greats of the earlier years of the automotive.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air for your consideration. It is powered by its 265 v8 and paired with a manual transmission. The car runs and drives as it should and goes down the road very smooth. It rides on 6.70-15 Allstate wide white wall tires on factory steel wheels with hubcaps. The yellow and white paint show very well and the chrome and trim remains in excellent condition. The cloth and leather brown interior shows well and is neat and tidy. The car also has dual exhaust and power steering. The car has past the NSRA safety inspection.