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Engine
Inline 6
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Transmission
Manual
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VIN
C53K039761

Description

108 HP, 236 cid, Overhead Valve In-Line 6-Cylinder Engine, 3-Speed Manual Transmission VIN: C53K039761 Chevrolet had been first on the scene in the low-price field with a real pillar less hardtop with its introduction of the Bel Air Sport Coupe in 1950. For 1953, the Bel Air had expanded to become Chevy's top-of-the-line series and one of the most stylish models that season continued to be ...

108 HP, 236 cid, Overhead Valve In-Line 6-Cylinder Engine, 3-Speed Manual Transmission VIN: C53K039761 Chevrolet had been first on the scene in the low-price field with a real pillar less hardtop with its introduction of the Bel Air Sport Coupe in 1950. For 1953, the Bel Air had expanded to become Chevy's top-of-the-line series and one of the most stylish models that season continued to be the hardtop. Featuring all new sheet metal that year it was a sales winner, helped by the larger displacement six in all models. Styling was quite attractive. They would go on to own the No. 1 sales spot in the U.S. auto market. Finished with a Campus Cream roof over the Saddle Brown metallic body, this attractive car is ready to go. Restored back to its original configuration, the odometer shows just under 74,200 miles, which may be from new. Equipped with a factory original AM push-button radio, heater-defroster and clock mounted in the instrument cluster, the popularity of these cars continues to this day. Under the hood is clean and tidy with the "Blue Flame Six" detailed and wearing its original oil bath air-cleaner. While Chevy's main competition might have had a V-8, the performance of this six was more than adequate and once you have inspected this car, you'll want to put your hand in the air and see why owning a Chevrolet can make a difference.

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