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1954 Chevrolet Bel Air: A Labor of Love
The Bel Air brought a fresh, elegant look to Chevrolet. Bold features like hooded headlights, tailfins, and a wrap-around windshield really set this car apart. The Bel Air was a stylish machine and fast, too. Whether you drove it with stick shift (105 horsepower) or Powerglide (115 horsepower) this Chevy flew. The Bel Air was the start of Chevrolet’s reputation for building performance vehicles.
This 1954 Bel Air caught our eye and we think it’ll catch yours too. Owner Robert Placensia calls it his “labor of love.” Enjoy.