Classic Car Facts
Medium Blue Metallic and White Two-tone ... 216 CID inline 6 cylinder ... 3 speed manual transmission ... Newer interior ... Great cruiser ...
If you’re looking for an early-50s cruiser with plenty of eye appeal, you will love this beautiful 1950 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop coupe.
Finished in eye catching an eye-catching two-tone color combination of Medium Blue Metallic and White, this Bel Air features a host of special exterior trim, befitting its place at the top of the Chevrolet line. In addition to bright belt-line moldings, you’ll also appreciate its rear fender brightwork that highlights its sculpted look. Its rear fender skirts and chrome tipped dual exhaust complete the look.
This Bel Air’s interior has been more recently finished and features handsome Gray cloth seating areas that contrast nicely with its exterior colors. Its newer carpeting, interior door panels and headliner are all in excellent condition. You’ll also appreciate the safety of its front seat belts.
Under the hood you will find a 216 CID inline 6-cylinder engine mated to a three-speed manual transmission. The battery and alternator have been upgraded to 8-volt for easier starting ability. An electric fuel pump has also recently been added. This Bel Air also benefits from a dual exhaust system. Although the odometer indicates approximately 67,100 miles, total mileage is unknown. This car runs and drives as well as it looks.
Other items of note are that the AM radio and clock are not currently functioning. Some pitting of the exterior chrome is present, and there are some imperfections in the paint which do not detract from the overall appearance of this car.
Owned by the most recent owner for the past seven years, this car has always been properly stored indoors.
If you’re looking for a fun and seldom seen cruiser, this 1950 Bel Air is the car for you!