Gateway classic cars of detroit is proud to offer a first generation 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air. In 1953, the Chevrolet Bel Air was a recipient of newly redesigned sheet metal which included newly designed body panels and a newly designed front and rear. During this time period, the Bel Air was taking shape for what passenger vehicles would look like during the post war era and for years to come. 1953 was the first year that Chevrolet offered a curved, one piece windshield for the Bel Air. This attractive Bel Air is sporting a bright coat of torch red which does an amazing job of showing off the body lines and chrome trim on this beauty. The interior is a modernized, iron gray cloth interior with a torch red color matched dash which absolutely set the interior off in this Bel Air. Sit back and relax on the comfortable bench seat, firmly grip the leather wrapped grant steering wheel and your ready for the open road. Under the steel hood of this Bel Air is a very potent 350cid v8 small block chevy dressed in lots of shiny chrome. It's packed with edelbrock intake manifold nicely paired to an edelbrock carburetor. This power plant is matted to a 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts smoothly and effortlessly and would have no problem cruising around town considering it has approximately 10,000 miles since its rebuild. Options like power steering and cragar wheels are perfect for driving to a car show across town and shining your new Bel Air to take home some awards. If you are looking for one of the most iconic post war Chevrolet's, this is the one for you. For more information including over 100 hd photos and video of this beautiful please visit or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff at .