1954 Chevrolet Bel Air
Paint number 552 translates to Turquoise Blue, and it is here in its full glory. Very nice and high-quality paint job with very smooth paint and a nice glass like look. Chrome is in good condition with no pitting. A toothy grill, reminiscent of the 54 Corvette, presents very good, as does most brite work, and badging. An early "jet bird" hood ornament with its chrome trail divides the rounded hood. Traditional bumpers have an added extra bar for just a bit more bling in front and back. Dual spotlights, some wrap-around bezels for the signal lights, rounded fender accenting as well as some stainless-steel trimming for the rockers, and the lines of this car are now fully accentuated. Even the fuel filler door has trimming around it! A white convertible canvas top is on and is nearly perfect with a like new rear plastic window. This top glides up and down electrically and has a white tonneau covering for hiding it when it's down. Wide whitewall tires have dog dish wheel coverings which are all polished and nicely preserved.