All that talk about a ‘56 Bel Air and what do i spot next…a ’57 Bel Air. What are the odds?
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Look at those rockets coming out of the hood.
Find the hidden gas cap…
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the gas cap is directly above the left tail light. the chrome door swivels to the side for the cap. i like the ’55 &/or ’56 better then the ’57 as they are cleaner looking, ‘but i believe that the ’57 was the best selling car in America that year. whatever happened to two & three color cars? they looked terrific if they were the right colors.
My first car was a 1957 Bel Air. Gold V front and rear indicate the V-8 motor. The insert below the beltline was a fluted aluminum panel. This car with its ‘b’ pillar and painted insert would be a 210 model. The Bel Air did not have a ‘b’ pillar in the 2 door variety.
I can close my eyes and transport right back into that red and white tuck and roll bench seat just like I was 15 again.
Correction: two door sedan did have a B pillar. The two door (or sports) coupe did not.
I thought it might be a 210 also but I gave this one the benefit of the doubt
’cause of the three little bars on the side just by the headlights.
Its definietly an 210 series. But its has V8 engine..
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