Beautiful Woodland Green over Two-Tone Green Interior. 250 Inline 6 Thriftmaster, 2speed powerglide automatic transmission with 27,387 miles. Acquired from the second owner, who owned the car over 30 years, this car has been taken care of all of its life, as you can see from condition of the original interior. Although a lower trim model, almost every option box was checked, making this early Belair a very striking original example. Runs and drives wonderfully. In 1953 Chevrolet renamed its series and the Bel Air name was applied to the premium model range. Bel Air series featured a wide chrome strip of molding from the rear fender bulge, to the rear bumper. The inside of this stripe was painted a coordinating color with the outside body color, and 'Bel Air' scripts were added inside the strip. 1953 was the first year for a curved, one-piece windshield. Frankman Motor Co. has been serving our customers worldwide since 1988 and we love cars. Independent inspectors are always welcome for those who can't make it here personally. Plus, don't forget, when the time comes to get your classic home and are not sure how, please ask. We work with professional haulers everyday and would be more than happy to make the process as smooth as possible if you'd like some assistance.