1955 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210
Auto was donated by an estate to a museum in Montana where it spent most of it's life. It was sent to the Phoenix Auction where it was purchased by an individual who listed it with Duffy's Classic Cars in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. I purchased the car from Duffy's in December 1992. She has been stored indoors in a temperature controlled environment. Correct, detailed 265 CID turbo-fire V-8, Column shift powerglide, automatic transmission, 4 wheel hydraulic brakes with good linings, cylinders, Correct Delco push button AM radio, Correct rear seat speaker with correct fader control on dash. Electric, in dash, self regulating clock. All correct, working factory instrumentation, correct, immaculate design beige pattern cloth, red imitation leather interior-code 521, rare optional chromed headliner, bows, circle-aire heater, defroster, ventilation system. Chrome gravel guard, rocket panel moldings, fitted steel flush mount fender skirts, protective door nailguards and gas filler door moldings, Firestone deluxe champion 6.70 x 15 wide white wall tires, full factory wheel covers on steel GM wheels painted Gypsy red, performance tuned dual exhaust with bow tie chrome extensions, excellent chrome bumper with bumper guards front and rear, rare, dash mount traffic light view finder, directional turn signal lights, rare, optional backup lights. Finished in correct shoreline beige over Gypsy red - code 615S, 110 MPH speedometer with 30,525 miles showing, detailed, solid trunk with excellent spare, jack and mat, dual, chrome, outside rear view mirrors, 185,562 produced. Clean, solid, painted frame, wheel wells and undercarriage. Owners manual. Clear, lien free certificate of title. Manufactured in Janesville, Wisconsin.