1959 Chevrolet Bel AirReview
Sweet !!! — when i got this car it had a 6 popper and a three on the tree blue and white in side and out. I did a lot of work on this car my self over the 15yrs. And i'm not dun yet before this summer i plan to tub it out and put a 6 speed in it.
Primary Use: Family transportation
Pros: Its a bad-ass car you don't see a car like this everyday. In fact the younger crowd has never seen one. So i all ways get a crowd around.That's fun.
Cons: I have to keep an eye on it. I cant leave it on the street no only am i afraid of someone stealing it. But running in to it.
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