1955 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4 Door Sedan,Fantastic Survivor!
This is a 1950’s classic. The Chevy Bel Air is a fabulous design. This example wears its California “black plates” from the early 1960’s and has been maintained with pride and love since new.
This Bel Air was originally sold new in Flint, MI, and almost immediately was driven out to California where it has been since. It is very original except for a repaint that was performed many years ago and is in very nice condition. The green and white two tone looks very nice on this four-door sedan body.
The interior is largely original with only the seats recovered in a closely matching material. There is a nice patina to this Chevy that makes it look almost entirely like a pristine original. The chrome and stainless are in nice condition and the glass is in excellent condition. The original AM radio is complimented by a modern AM/FM CD player tastefully hidden in the glove box, out of view.
The odometer reads about 100,000 miles and service history shows about 70,000 miles in the 1970’s. This is a low mileage example.
Mechanically, the Bel Air features Chevy’s very robust and dependable straight six cylinder engine and features the PowerGlide automatic transmission. All mechanical aspects of the Chevy are in nice shape. It drives as it should and would be a very nice daily driver or weekend cruiser for the family!! This is a motorcar to enjoy as-is.
It is rare to find a California, rust-free original Bel Air still with its six cylinder engine. This is a wonderful example. For more details please call Harry at 602.245.7200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.