The 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air is known for it’s verve and style. This custom built Chevy Bel Air “Tuxedo” delivers on performance and stunning looks in spades.
The entire exterior including the bumpers, grill and the side skirts, is painted with a beautiful coat of Silver Metallic Paint, with a different tone for the top of the vehicle.
With excellent trim and a perfectly straight body, this remodelled classic car looks like its ready to redefine metallic chic.
Speaking about the engine, only two options were available for the first generation, 3.5 liter 215.5 cubic inch “Thriftmaster” and 3.9 liter 235.5 cubic inch “Blue Flame” L6.
The transmission could be 3-speed manual of 2-speed powerglide automatic. Those are the specifications for the factory models produced back in the early 50’s, but as you can see this particular vehicle is completely restored and modified.