Offered from the care of a selective private collector and formerly
part of John Staluppi's well-known "Cars of Dreams" collection,
this 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible is simply handsome in
two-tone turquoise and white inside and out. A non-original 283ci
V8 engine delivers power with a 4-barrel carburetor, mated to a
2-speed automatic transmission. Desirable additional features and
amenities include power steering, power brakes, power windows and a
power-adjustable front seat, plus an updated digital radio mounted
in the factory location. Continuing to benefit from a nice
restoration and attentive care, this Bel Air rides on a set of
steel wheels mounting factory-style wire wheel covers and wide
whitewall tires, plus a white boot cover and a nicely outfitted
trunk compartment housing a proper rubber floor mat, factory spare
wheel and tire, and roadside jack. Included in Hemmings Classic
Cars July 2021 Cover Page and seven page article!
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