In 1955, the Bel Air received a total redesign. With clean lines and sports car inspired design, the Bel Air had wide consumer appeal. The first successful offering of a V8 by Chevrolet, the Bel Air's performance Was widely recognized as superior in '55. The '55 model-year marked a renaissance for the Bel Air name and greatly enhanced America's love for Chevrolet cars.
This 1955 onyx black Bel Air convertible is nothing short of outstanding. The quality of the restoration of this car is immediately evident as you come upon it. The gleaming paint is supporting by the equally impressive brightwork around the exterior. A walk around this Bel Air and its evident that it was well stored and maintained in an impressive collection until entering our inventory. On the interior, the red over beige interior pops against the black exterior and the red dash and carpeting are in equally good condition as the rest of the vehicle. Turn the key and the 265ci V8 fires right up. Slide the powerglide automatic transmission into drive and this Bel Air glides down the road. Tri-five Chevys are currently very popular. Finding one that has been restored and maintained to very high standards is getting harder as demand grows. This '55 convertible presents a fantastic opportunity to acquire a truly great vehicle.
Unless otherwise stated, mileage on odometer is exempt and unknown if original.