Chevrolet's most iconic car ever produced, the Bel Air was offered for nearly 25-years in the United States. The 1954 Bel Air was the final year of production of the vehicle's first-generation design. Designed to resemble a convertible with a non-detachable solid roof, the first generation was a hit among consumers. The 1954 model year was the stepping stone for Chevrolet to the "tri-five" era Bel Airs that were to come. Added chrome to the exterior, color coordination between exterior and interior and the phasing our of older technologies in the '54 model was Chevrolet's hint that something new was coming from the manufacturer.
This 1954 Bel Air is the result of a comprehensive restoration and incorporates a large list of factory options blended with an eye-catching custom exterior paint job. Options on this Bel Air include fender skirts, bumper guards, clock, tissue box, passenger mirrors and gas door trim. Around the exterior, the car is eye-catching in black metallic paint. The flex of this paint in the sun is unlike any other. The car goes from black, to gold metallic to green metallic as the sunlight intensifies. It adds a great touch of modern to this old classic. Powered by a 235ci inline 6-cylinder engine paired to a three-on-the-tree manual transmission, this Bel Air is a fantastic driver.
Unless otherwise stated, mileage on odometer is exempt and unknown if original.