Friday, October 20, 2017

Classic Car: 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air

The shape of an early 1950s Bel Air might look classic and iconic to our 21st century eyeballs, but it was quite revolutionary when released in 1950...and not just because the hardtop was styled to look like a convertible with a non-removable solid roof, but also because it looked like a spaceship compared to the pre-war stuff puttering around the roads.  Find this 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air offered for $12,000 via craigslist in SF Bay Area, CA.  Tip from FuelTruck.


From the seller:
1952 belair rust free car 2 owners new interior new chrome bumpers and grill new white walls and rims electronic ignition conversion way too much new to list comes with front disc brake conversion and dual bowl master cylinder conversion. Plus tons of new parts in boxes has fayton headers and dual exhaust and offenhauser dual carb manifold paint has patina will need paint job if you want it perfect you will not find a cleaner rust free body orignal 1952 plates classic sounds stereo $12000 



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3 comments:

  1. WOW, appears to be a sound deal, to me. Good sounding price if the PPI confirms claims.

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  2. I thought so too. It's honestly refreshing to see one of these with a period-correct I6 rather than the typical sbc swap. This shape also holds more appeal to me than a tri-five. Probably a bit burnt-out on those, as they seem to have been done in every possible modified configuration.

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