Both the interior and exterior of this two-tone ’64 Bel Air are very clean.
Chevrolet made its popular Bel Air for approximately 30 years, with the late ‘50s models being the most iconic. However, there’s no denying that the Bel Air from the 1960s is also a beautiful ride, with the 5th and 6th generations of the vehicle covering the decade. This 1964 Chevy Bel Air is the last model year for the 5th generation, and it features some upgrades that make it a neat cruiser.
Unique Specialty & Classic Cars in Mankato, Minnesota offers this Chevy for sale. It is a running and driving example with some modern amenities that will not only make it more comfortable, but will also turn some heads in the process.
The exterior of the vehicle features a unique two-tone paint job, which features a turquoise upper half and a white lower half. All of the panels are in excellent shape, the paint scheme fits the car extremely well, and the various bits of chrome trim are gleaming. Additionally, the door handles were replaced with a press button latch.
Inside the cabin, you’ll also find some gleaming details, but in a literal sense – both the seats and the door cards feature a fabric pattern with sparkles. The color theme for the interior is turquoise, which is well preserved. Additionally, there are some modern upgrades, such as an aftermarket steering wheel, a more modern radio, a large tachometer, and gauges for the water temperature, oil pressure, and vacuum pressure.
Gallery: Lightly Modded 1964 Chevy Bel Air Is A Cool Coupe
This example features a 350 cu.-in Chevrolet V8 engine, which pairs to a Powerglide automatic transmission to drive the rear wheels. The advertisement mentions that it has 16,253 miles on it, which is likely a true figure for the fresh looking engine.
Unique Specialty & Classic Cars are asking $19,900 for this tastefully modified Chevy. Would you buy this Bel Air, or would you rather have a stock one?