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Chevrolet introduced the classic Bel Air in 1949 for model year 1050. The Chevrolet Bel Air had a predecessor in the Chevrolet Deluxe and a Successor in the Chevrolet Impala. The Bel Air was assembled throughout the United States including two California locations, Georgia, Ohio, Michigan and New York. The initial car could be purchased at just over $1,700.00.
|Production Years:||1949 to 1980|
|Model Years:||1950 to 1981|
|Generations:||7 (another generation was offered in Canada)|
|Body Style:||Two door Coupe, Hardtop and Convertible, Four door Sedan and Station Wagon|
|Annual US Sales:||1950: 76,000 (approx.)|
|1957 Bel Air and 1957 Bel Air Convertible with tail fins.|
|1959 Bel Air with tail fins.|
The first generation of the classic Chevrolet Bel Air included two different engines including a 3.5L inline 6 and a 3.9L inline 6. Two different transmissions including a three speed manual and a two speed automatic were offered. Its wheelbase was approximately 115 inches with an overall length of over 197 inches and curb weight was over 3,300 lbs. This first generation lasted from 1950 until 1954.
The second generation included highly sought after models of the Chevrolet Bel Air. This second generation of the Bel Air included model years of 1955, 1956 and 1957. A new body style was added in this generation known as the two door station wagon. The terms “Nomad” and “57 Chevy” is known worldwide.
In the third generation, the Chevrolet Bel Air included production years of 1957 to 1958 for its only model year of 1958. This model consisted no station wagon body styles, but still included two door and four door models.
In the fourth generation, the Chevrolet Bel Air included production years of 1958 to 1960 for model year 1959 and 1960. The 1959 Bel Air with the seminal rear end is a highly sought after vehicle today.
In the fifth generation, Chevrolet offered several engine options in the Bel Air including a 3.8L inline 6, a 3.9L inline 6, a 4.6L small block V8, ad 5.4L small block V8, a 5.7L big block V8 and a 6.7L big block V8. This generation lasted from 1961 until 1964.
In the sixth generation, Chevrolet offered ten different engines for the Bel Air including the 7.0L big block V8. This generation lasted from 1965 until 1970.
The seventh generation consisted of production years 1970 through 1975 for model years 1971 through 1975.
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