Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to present this great
example of a 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air Wagon Resto Mod. Offered as a
full-size model in the Chevrolet hierarchy, the Bel Air was
produced beginning in 1950 and rode on the General Motors A-body
platform at the time. The fifth generation later debuted about a
decade later in 1961 on the B-body platform with an all-new body,
although the wheelbase remained the same from the prior iteration.
A facelift was carried out in 1963 with small trim changes again in
1964. This Wagon finished in gorgeous, flamed Turquoise paint
scheme with a white top. Chrome and brightwork in great shape,
paint is just as well also! This unique wagon is powered by a 350
C.I.D V8 that is paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Nicely equipped under the hood with power steering, Edelbrock carb,
Edelbrock intake, an HEI ignition system, power brakes and is
equipped with A/C (however, it is not blowing cold). This Belair is
also riding on custom air ride suspension with the tank in the rear
in a compartment as well as the compressor and a subwoofer. The
interior is fitted with turquoise vinyl bench seats, matched to the
door panels, padded dash, headliner, and carpeting. Instrumentation
is delivered via a 120-mph speedometer, a fuel gauge, an rpm gauge,
and aftermarket oil pressure, water temperature, and battery volt
gauges below the dash. Riding on Rocket polished wheels wrapped up
nicely in Goodyear All-season radial tires with disc brakes up
front, this "Resto Wagon" is sure to turn more than a few heads!
1964 Chevrolet Bel Air
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