Specs

Mileage b
Mileage
6,292
Exterior b
Exterior
Air Wing Gray
Interior b
Interior
Blue/Grey
Stock b
Stock
421C

Highlights

  • GM 350 Crate Motor
  • Air Conditioning and Heat
  • Lokar Floor Mounted Shifter
  • LED Lights in Rear
  • 700R4 Transmission
  • Tons of Receipts

Description

If you like the simple, clean look of the pre-V8 Chevrolets but need plenty more power, may we suggest this 1950 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop. Not only is this the first year for the iconic Bel Air name, but this one in particular has been upgraded with a GM crate 350 cubic inch engine, ram headers and dual exhaust and plenty of other goodies, to give this classic American the ultimate sleeper ...

If you like the simple, clean look of the pre-V8 Chevrolets but need plenty more power, may we suggest this 1950 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop. Not only is this the first year for the iconic Bel Air name, but this one in particular has been upgraded with a GM crate 350 cubic inch engine, ram headers and dual exhaust and plenty of other goodies, to give this classic American the ultimate sleeper appearance.
1950 was a pivotal year. It was the first time Chevy would offer the pillarless hardtop design of the Bel Air. As one of the most expensive sedans in its lineup, it's also one of the rarest. And of course, there are even fewer that survived the 65+ years to look this good. The eggshell white and navy-blue paint is a traditional styled look with a custom louvered hood, which is something very cool to have when it still presents so well in the sunlight. What's helping the paint look its best is the compete chrome and stainless trim and new weather stripping. This is particularly important on this premium-grade Chevy, and so special care has been taken and an investment made into making sure every piece has a mirror shine. The panels look so amazing that we could almost call this a 1950s-time machine, except for the addition of a few upgrades.
Inside is the perfect mix of old and new world styles. The seats have been upgraded with replaced seat foam and cloth upholstery with all interior panels done as well. The banjo-style steering wheel gives better modern grip, but has a classic appearance that matches the original gauge pod just beyond it. But as you reach for the shifter, you spot some very custom upgrades. The Lokar shifter has true hot rod style, and it is floor mounted for that original feel.
The original style steering wheel is connected to a smooth dash that has a refurbished speedometer cluster, a full set of auxiliary gauges, and provisions for air conditioning. There's even a modern AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary input so you can play the most modern tunes in your very classic ride. All lights work on this special car, including the rear LEDs.
But your favorite upgrade is going to be under the hood. Yes, that's a GM crate 350 cubic inch motor. And the moment you fire this one up, the rumble of the dual exhaust let's everyone know this is no ordinary '50 Chevy. More than just add the motor, the full package can handle the extra power with the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. This connects to a stout rear end running versatile 3.92 gears with Posi Traction and leaf springs to cushion the ride. With tons of receipts and documentation for replaced parts and updated items, this car is ready to hop in and go wherever you please.
A beautiful classic on the outside, a comfortable interior, and the perfect modern drivetrain that can easily go from mild to wild with the touch of an accelerator. It's an impressive package on a very significant coupe. You'll likely only ever see one like this, so hurry up and call today!

Phone:
770-738-7111

Address:
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Saturday - 9-5
Sunday - Closed

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