Removing ’55 Chevy Bel Air 6 Cylinder From Garage After 43 Years With Only 70k Miles!!
The 1955 Chevy Bel Air is a classic American car that was produced by Chevrolet in the 1950s. It was available in a range of body styles including a two-door coupe, four-door sedan, and convertible. The Bel Air was known for its stylish design and strong performance, and it has become a popular collector’s item.
The 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air was available with a range of engine options. The base engine was a 235 cubic inch inline-six, which produced 123 horsepower. This engine could be paired with either a manual or automatic transmission. Additionally, the Bel Air was available with a 265 cubic inch V8 engine, which produced 162 horsepower.
This engine was available with either a two-barrel or four-barrel carburetor, and it could be paired with either a manual or automatic transmission. Depending on the specific engine and transmission combination, the 1955 Bel Air would have had different performance characteristics.
The interior of the 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air would have varied depending on the specific trim level and options chosen by the buyer. The base model Bel Air featured a cloth and vinyl interior, with a bench seat in the front and back. Higher trim levels, such as the Bel Air Sport Coupe, featured more luxurious interiors with leather or vinyl bucket seats and additional amenities such as power windows and air conditioning. The 1955 Bel Air also featured a number of design elements that were characteristic of the era, such as chrome trim and dashboard accents.
”I was driving by a house in Melville New York and noticed the rear portion of a 1955 Chevy. I drove up the drive way and asked the man if it was for sale he said yes. After 3 hours of negotiating, I bought this 1955 Chevy Belair 6 cylinder with only 71,000 miles.”
The car has been sitting in the garage since 1978! This is my first 55 Chevy and I am really excited!
”PS I said 45 years in video because John said he bought car in 1976 although it was 1978. It sat 43 years.”
Satisfying video from Youtube/Jerry “Metal Man” Battaglia below.