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Chevy Bel Air – Horatio Street, NYC

March 23rd, 2011 by Aaron

We’ve spotted a whole mess of Bel Airs over the years here at Man on the Move. These street finds tend to be of second generation models that resemble the iconic ‘57 Chevy sillouette that has become so engrained into American pop culture throughout the last century. But let’s not forget the stunning first generation models that came out of Detroit between ’50 – ’54. This handsome, well maintained Navy Blue Bel Air sedan is a ’53 and looks quite dashing, striking a stately pose on Horatio Street.


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  • Great pix…love this car in the perfect color combo.
    The Bel Air signature on the side looks curiously
    similar to MOTM. Great minds…

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