1963 Chevrolet Bel Air

research

Overview


For 1963, the full-size Bel Air received a new facelift and the overall length increased to 210.4 in.


For 1963, the full-size Bel Air received a new facelift and the overall length increased to 210.4 in. The 235.5ci I-6 was replaced with a 230ci six-cylinder as standard equipment and increased output to 140 hp.

The Bel Air continued to be Chevy's mid-line offer, and it noticed a peak in its production this year.

Production Numbers


4-DR Sedan 561,511
2-DR Hardtop Sport Coupe 399,224
4-DR Station Wagon 198,547
4-DR Hardtop Sport Sedan 194,158
2-DR Sedan 135,636
Total Production 1,489,076

Performance Specs


Engine Size HP
I-6 230ci 140
V8 283ci 195
V8 327ci 250-340
V8 409ci 340-425

Transmission


  • 3-Speed Manual
  • Powerglide Auto
  • 4-Speed Manual
  • Overdrive

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Tuxedo Black
Laurel Green
Ivy Green
Silver Blue
Monaco Blue
Azure Aqua
Marine Aqua
Autumn Gold
Ember Red
Saddle Tan
Cardovan Brown
Ermine White
Adobe Beige
Satin Silver
Palomar Red

Interior

Ivory
Fawn
Saddle
Blue
Green
Aqua
Red
Black

OEM Brochures


About the Knowledge Base


The Motorious Knowledge Base provides a comprehensive vehicle overview for the 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air including production numbers, performance specs, factory colors, and OEM brochures. Check out additional model years or related content linked to this article or view other Makes and Models in our Research center.

If you have any interesting facts about the 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air to add, want to tell us how we did covering the Bel Air, or want to tell us about yours, please leave a comment below.

You've successfully subscribed to Motorious!