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Building future classics was on the mind of the Chevrolet design team. By the mid-50's, the truth had been forged. The '56 Bel Air was the only Chevy convertible (other than Corvette Roadster models). The engine was a new 350 cubic inch GM crate motor with double hump heads, Edelbrock intake and 600 cfm carb. The radiator was new as is the power disk brakes. Dressed up with chrome alternator, air cleaner, wiper motor cover, and steering column cover it is an impressive site when the hood is opened. The interior upholstery appears new and the cushions add a nostalgic touch from the 1960s. We can all remember when these were the rage. The four speaker stereo system is an in-dash style with cassette player. One of America's classic cars, this fine example is a feast for the eyes.
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