1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

19 Comments

  • Reply January 20, 2013

    John Mcduffie

    I don’t have the vocabulary to say how beautiful this thing is, wow!

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Dave Dunlap

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C… Bel Air had the chrome across the front fender unless this guy has removed it.I have original sales brochure if you wish to see it original would have had a choice of 235 six or 265 V8. example = http://upload.wikimedia.org/wi….

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Scott Straley

    55 bel air 210 model.

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    John Duran

    It’s a 55 210 beautiful.

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Ed Raymond

    lot 0f nice 55′s still around.

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Doug Stewart

    Nice so good .

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    John Bagley

    they just recently started to do that at my request

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Robin Brook

    A girl who knows her tri 5′s! Valerie……. Marry me!

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Valerie Woodman

    Thank you and yes they are very close in design but the difference is pretty obvious ~ well that and they have it posted at the top of the page what year it actually is…lol

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    John Bagley

    good job val…very close you have to admitt

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    John Bagley

    top of page…saves the guessing lol ” 55 “

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Valerie Woodman

    It’s a 1955 and on an added note Mr. Jay Burchell ~ President and Executive Manager at Heritage Chevrolet the difference at just a glance is the front turn signals from year to year – the ’55 had more rounded corners and where set outside the grill actually into the body of the car, on the ’56 the grill extended across the entire front of the car and the turn signals were set into that.

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    John Bagley

    its a 55 …says so at top of page hehe but the 56 side molding goes the length of the car FYI

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Charles Proffitt

    A dream car… love it…

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Valerie Woodman

    ’55 Chevy Belair.

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Jay Burchell

    NICE 56

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Jimmy D Madewell

    1955 or 1956 chevy belair,,,,,,,,, awesome and sweet car,,, 327 motor.

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    Chuck Messinger

    very nice

  • Reply January 19, 2013

    John Bagley

    beautiful

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