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Chevrolet Bel Air 150/210 - Classic car pictures
The Bel Air was produced from 1953 until 1975. The model from the 1950's is considered by many to be the classic car from that era, and the 1955 in particular is a favorite among hot rodders and car customizers.
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The Bel Air came with two different series designations, the 150 and the 210. They had a V8 engine every year starting in 1954. The 1955 -1956 -1957 models were lauded by critics and consumers alike for their roomy interiors and exterior styling that was hip but not too flashy. The tail fins were restrained, unlike the Cadillacs and other models of the time, which tried too hard (in my opinion) to look like futuristic spacecraft. There were many variations of the Bel Air or other Chevy models that used the name, including the 2 door Nomad station wagon and the Bel Air Impala. In the end of the 1950's model names were changed; the 150 became the Del Ray and the 210 became the Biscayne. The Bel Air is very sought after in the collectible car market, making them rather expensive. The best place to look for one is eBay, where you can also find parts.
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