The 1959 Bel Air was all new, and Chevy spared no expense at making it look like nothing else on the road. This restyle initiated the fourth-generation Bel Airs.
The 1959 Bel Air was all new, and Chevy spared no expense at making it look like nothing else on the road. This restyle initiated the fourth-generation Bel Airs. The headlights were placed as low as the law would allow, and the rear taillights resembled cat's eyes.
It had an all new frame, called GM X-Frame, and the new sheet metal featured flat, wing-shaped tail fins. The car was longer, and wider and power was increased.
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- 3-Speed Manual
- Powerglide Auto
- Turboglide Auto
- 4-Speed Manual
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