Used Chevrolet Bel-Air For Sale
Chevrolet Bel-Air was introduced back in 1950 and has since become one of the most favored cars of car enthusiasts. It was one of the most successful cars made by Chevrolet, and almost any car enthusiast can still find Chevrolet Bel-Air for sale in good condition.
There are also many Bel-Air restomods for sale available in the market with better performance and modified parts. Here are some of the most important details and facts about the Chevrolet Bel-Air’s first two generations as they continue to dominate almost all the classic Chevy car shows.
1950 – 1954 Generation One: As mentioned, the very first Chevrolet Bel-Air was released in 1950 and immediately set the tone for all the upcoming cars that followed for a few decades. It came under the style umbrella of Deluxe Styleline.
In 1953 Chevrolet decided to change the name of the Styleline series and renamed it Bel-Air. The company made the interior even more luxurious, featuring a top-of-the-line steering wheel and lots of chrome details. Generation one of Chevrolet Bel-Air offered multiple options, including a convertible. That’s why it’s also easy to find many a Bel-Air convertible for sale as well. The generation one cars included 3.9L I6 and 3.5L I6 engines, which were available in three-speed manual as well as automatic transmission. 1950-1954 Generation One of Chevrolet Bel-Air offers the following body styles:
4-Door Station Wagon, 2-Door Convertible, 4-Door Sedan, 2-Door Coupe, 2-Door Hardtop Coupe
1955 – 1957 Generation Two: Generation two of Chevrolet Bel-Air was launched back in 1955 to mark an even more stylish and powerful era. It came with the following updated features: Ferrari-inspired grille, Chrome fender spears, Chrome headliner bands for hardtops, Stainless window openings.
Being one of the collectors’ items, Chevy Bel-Air prices have doubled since 1999, and it's nearly impossible to find a derelict Bel-Air car for sale.
For the first time, Bel-Air came with a V8 engine that included 4.6L V8, 4.3L V8, 3.9L I6, 3.5L I6. In this model, GM also included two-speed optional power glide transmission to its previously added three-speed automatic and manual selection. Both of the V8 models also offered an optional air conditioning feature for the very first time.
The 1956 Bel-Air also featured a full-width grille and a facelift along with a two-tone treatment of bodyside. It also came with a seat belt feature, but according to the stats, only eight percent of the people opt for the models with this feature.
The Bel-Air model, which was launched in 1957, is still regarded as one of the most successful and popular iterations. Not only is it regarded as one of the best classic Chevrolet cars, but it's also known to be one of the best ones of all time. That's why it comes with no surprises that many car collectors and enthusiasts still seek Chevrolet Bel-Air for sale. The following are some of the body styles that Chevrolet Bel-Air offered: 4-Door Station Wagon, 2-Door Station Wagon, 2-Door Convertible, 4-Door Sedan, 4-Door Hardtop, 2-Door Hardtop.