According to the seller, the body was resprayed about 25 years ago in its factory-issued colors of Tropical turquoise and white and wears its original chrome and stainless-steel trim.
The Bel Air rides on a set of American Racing 5-spoke chrome wheels wrapped in 13-year-old BFG Goodrich Radial T/A front and 17-year-old Goodyear Eagle GT II rear tires.
Inside, the cabin features refurbished seats and door panels covered in gray vinyl and tweed cloth. It’s equipped with an aftermarket wood-rimmed steering wheel, manual windows, a Chevrolet-branded radio with tape player, a floor-mounted Hurst manual shifter topped with a cueball-style Hurst shift knob, and an aftermarket JVC AM/Fm radio head unit with CD player.
Power comes from a rebuilt 283cid V8 with Power Pack heads, aluminum valve covers, an aftermarket Holley four-barrel carburetor, a Be Cool aluminum radiator, a chrome air cleaner housing, and an Optima Redtop battery. The engine is linked to a Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission.