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Vintage Motorcars is excited to offer this Beautiful, Show Quality, 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air Bubble Top.
For 1961, Chevrolet gave a boxy, downsized body to the full-size Bel Air. Like the rest of the full-size Chevys, the Bel Air now wore a falling side flash stripped of the previous three years of styling extremes. A long rear trunk was simply adorned with a small dip in the chrome trim, and the thin A- and C-pillars on the coupe made the cabin light and airy. Enthusiasts often refer to the 1961 and 1962 Bel Air Sport Coupes as "bubble tops." The Bel Air was slotted between the Impala and the Biscayne
Our 1961 is an absolutely beautiful example of what a 1961 Bel Air Bubble Top should be.� The exterior has had a fresh repainted and the glossy red is smooth and topped off with beautiful chrome accents.� New Wheels and tires complete the excellent exterior.� The body panels are all straight with absolutely no signs of filler anywhere.�
The NEW Red interior is just as nice as the exterior.� The interior is in about as perfect of condition as someone could ask for.
The car is powered by a strong, clean, crate 350 V8 and 350 Automatic Transmission.� Power Steering another nice convenience of this car.� All gauges and lights work as they should.� The A/C even blows strong and cold
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