Bel Air
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Factory Bel Air Bubbletop V8
Frame-on restoration
Correct Sateen Silver with Ermine White roof
Less than 200 miles since restoration
1963 409/425 HP V-8 engine w/ dual Carter Carbs
Chrome Dual Snorkel Air Cleaner
Edelbrock intake manifold
Performance Camshaft, Hydraulic
Aluminum Radiator w/ correct shroud
Exhaust Manifolds w/ OE Style Aluminized Exhaust
Borg Warner Aluminum 4 Speed Trans
Original Style Shifter
12 Bolt Rear w/ 3.31 Gear
Aluminum P/S Reservoir
MSD 6AL ignition
Again, for 1961, the Bel Air has all it takes to make it
America's most popular model! Chevy's slim new size
makes it easier than ever to drive, park and garage. Its
clean lines promise lasting beauty and value. And such
comforts as glove box light, automatic dome light, foam
cushioned seats front and rear....
-1961 Chevy Bel Air Ad
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For 1961, the Bel Air received a new body. Its wheelbase remained 119 in (3,000
mm), but its length was now reduced slightly to 209.3 in (5,320 mm). All engines
options of the previous year remained in effect with the standard engines being the
235.5 CID Six of 135 hp (101 kW) or the 283 CID V8 of 170 hp (130 kW). The V8 cost
$110 more than the Six and weighed 5 lb (2.3 kg) less.

The Bel Air 2-door sedan used squared-off roof styling and large wrap-around rear
window as opposed to the hardtop's swept-back design. The Bel Air 4-door Sport
Hardtop still used a different roof line than did the 4-door sedan.
Specs continued:
4-wheel power disc brakes
2 inch drop spindles
CPP Power steering w/ updated Conventional Gear Box
Aluminum radiator
OE Style Red Bench Seat Interior
Original 1961 Sun tachometer with sending unit
AM Push Button Radio
Tinted Glass EZ1
Dual Outside Mirrors
Rear Mount Antennae
Black powdercoated frame
Correct spatter-painted trunk
15x7 Crager SS Wheels w/ 235/60 Radial Tires