Chevrolet introduced the Bel Air as their full-size offering in 1950, and this famous nameplate would see service until 1975, across seven generations. The Bel Air also offered a muscle car vibe in some generations, as it gained a more purposeful look and powertrains to match. If a Bel Air is what you’ve been lusting after, why not look at this 1966 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door Sedan that we have today, from New Jersey with 95,000 miles under its wheels? It’s undergone a full-frame restoration of which the seller can provide documentation, and comes with its original build sheet for added authenticity. Two sets of keys are included with the sale of this car that reportedly sports its original numbers-matching motor and transmission too.
The sixth generation was introduced in 1965 and ran for five years. This generation saw a total restyling, as well as lengthening of the car. This 1966 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door Sedan looks great in its beautiful blue paintwork, as it was reportedly repainted during the restoration. All brightwork and badges are in place, as are period-correct wheels with chrome center caps sporting the ‘Chevrolet Motor Division’ lettering. Step aboard into the spacious cabin which is reportedly the original blue interior and you’ve got a light and airy place to travel, with bench seats front and rear. The sixth generation saw a total redesign of the interior as well, including a far more attractive dash than the previous generation. This car is said to be a factory AC car as well, ensuring that hot weather isn’t a bother. The original AM radio is integrated into the dash, but reported to be non-functional. As with the exterior, the interior brightwork and fittings are in decent condition.
The sixth generation Bel Air could be had with a variety of powerplants, ranging from a 230ci 140hp in-line six all the way to a 427ci big-block V8 unit kicking out 425hp, meaning that your Bel Air could be a cruiser or a bruiser. This 1966 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door Sedan is firmly a cruiser, as it sports the 283ci (4.6L) small-block L32 V8 with 2-bbl carburetor, putting out 195hp to the rear wheels via a two-speed Powerglide automatic transmission. This car has seen recent replacement of its spark plugs, wires, motor mounts and transmission mounts towards the end of 2021. It’s also said to sport factory power steering and has a full stainless steel exhaust with ceramic coated headers.
Car Location: New Jersey 1966 Model Year Bel Air 2 Door Sedan 283ci V8 engine 2 BBL L32 Automatic transmission Current reports numbers matching motor and transmission Reported to be a factory AC car Factory build sheet is available Full frame restoration reported - seller has documentation Car was repainted during restoration Current seller reports interior is original Recently replaced spark plugs, spark plugs wires, motor mounts, and transmission mounts at end of 2021 2 sets of keys included in sale 2 BBL L32 motor AM Radio non functioning Factory power steering reported Blue interior color - reported to be original Full stainless steel exhaust w/ ceramic coated headers
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