Brand new bird: 1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air Convertible


More and more rarely these barn finds Bel-Airs can be seen around as most of them are yet restored or in desperate conditions. This one seems that “average” car which is the best starting point if you want to make the job by your own.


The seller says that this is a dry car which is even in driving conditions: of course that would be a very scruffy drive as the car misses the soft top and the seats upholstery is  basically destroyed, but the good is that the seller has yet bought the seats frames.


Other  than that, glasses and he also says that all the stainless trim is with the car, including a new hood bird and the grill surrounding chrome. New tires and a new Edelbrock carburetor come along with the car which actually looks as dry as the seller says. Find it for sale at $39,500 here in San Francisco, CA.

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