1961 Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe – V0829
Featured in the Maxmotive showroom in Pittsburgh PA is this stunning 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door “Bubble Top” Sport Coupe. With a frame-off rotisserie restoration and what are believed to be just 45470 actual miles, this Bel Air is a rare treat. You’ll like how smoothly the doors open and close. Under the hood is the 348 cubic inch “W” big block with 3 two-barrel carburetors teamed with a 4-speed manual transmission and a 3.70 Positraction rear. The engine, exterior, interior, trunk and undercarriage present as Chevrolet intended. The nostalgic original color Seamist Turquoise exterior paint blends with the turquoise cloth and vinyl interior trim to make the car a classic standout. All the bright work and trim is outstanding, highlighted by the rear bumpers with quad bumper guards. It’s all stock except the air conditioning by Vintage Air, which is a welcome addition on those hot summer nights, the column-mounted Sun Super Tach that certainly qualifies as a period-correct mod, and a sway bar in the rear. Even the original AM radio is present and in working order. And the look is complete with those iconic Chevy hubcaps on body color steel wheels with BFGoodrich Silvertown tires. The extra-clean trunk contains a spare. A 1961 Chevrolet Owners Guide is included as well. It’s a delightful piece of Chevrolet history, but it’s also a great car to drive with the fabled 348 tri-power engine and four speed manual. This beautiful 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe is complete and ready for show or go.
Featured in the Maxmotive showroom in Pittsburgh PA is this stunning 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door “Bubble Top” Sport Coupe….
- Frame-off Rotisserie Restoration
- Believed to be 45470 Actual Miles
- 348ci 3x2 Barrel V8 Engine
- 4-speed Manual Transmission
- Positraction Rear End
- Air Conditioning by Vintage Air
- Power Brakes
- 2-door “Bubble Top” Sport Coupe
- Seamist Turquoise Exterior Paint
- Turquoise Cloth and Vinyl Trim
- Original AM Radio
- BFGoodrich Silvertown Bias-ply Tires
- Owners Guide