1954 CHEVORLET BEL AIR DOOR SEDAN
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Bel Air/150/210
- Type: HRDTOP SEDAN
- Trim: TWO TONE PAINT W/CHROME
- Year: 1954
- Mileage: 44,063
- Color: PUEBLO TAN / INDIAN IVORY
- Engine size: 235 CU IN
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: 3 On the tree manuel transmission
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: TAN / WHITE
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1954 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 TWO TONE PAINT W/CHROME
1954 CHEVROLET BEL AIR
THIS BEAUTIFUL 1954 BEL AIR IS BEING OFFERED FOR THE FIRST TIME ON EBAY!!!!!!!!
The flawless paint is finished in Pueblo Tan with an Indian Ivory hard top. Chevy had offered 15 colour choices back in the day.The body and paint have been perfectly restored with no visible dents, scratches or body work. This is as close to factory new as can be found, overall conditionis a solid 9.5. a professionally rebuilt 6 cylinder 235 cu inch engine appropriately named the"Blue Flame" italso features a rebuilt 3 speed manuel transmission that shifts effortlessly between gears. This two tonehardtop sedan, with a total production of 143,573 is more sought after than the four door version of which 248,750 were made. As a sedan version it has a B pillar design.
All chrome has been rechromed and shine as new
New period correct white wall tires
Correctfactory installed hubcaps
- driver and passenger side adjustable spot lights
- outside over the windshield sun shade colour co-ordinated
- Properly installed aftermarket Chevy Logo Am / FM radio
The mileage is believed to be correct
An awesome feature of this car: when purchased new as customary in those days the proud new owner did not take delivery until the front and rear seats were over upholstered in heavy clear plastic. The material has been locked in a time capsule and is as new and perfect as the day the car was shipped from the factory.
The VIN C54L038869 breaks down as follows:
C: Passenger model
54: 1954 year
L: Assembled in Los Angeles, Cal.
038869:build number out of a total production of 143573On Mar-28-17 at 16:01:33 PDT, seller added the following information:
Please note: in 1954 the Bel Air was a 6 volt system. When this particular car was restored they wisely converted all systems to 12 volt thus eliminating the headaches of a 6 volt system!