Blue Ribbon Beauties
Classic 1950's Chevrolet
1955 Bel Air Convertible
Start of the Modern Classic Era
Experts consider 1955 to be the start of Chevrolet's Modern Classic era. Not only did it feature all new styling but it introduced the 162 horsepower small-block V-8. Chevrolet leaped past Ford into the #1 spot with their best sales year to date. 1959 also featured all new styling plus the introduction of Chevrolet's most famous model line-Impala. There was no mistaking these cars, with their acres of glass and cats eye tail lights.
Best Selling Convertible of All Time
The 1955 Bel Air Convertible with 41,292 sold at $2305 (V-8 version) was the best-selling convertible ever. It featured an all new frame, Turbo-Fire V-8 and Body by Fisher. This is the Chevrolet of most people's dreams. Our exclusive 1:32 scale replica is two-tone Skyline Blue/India Ivory inside and out.
Opening Front Doors
1955 Bel Air Features Chevrolet's First V-8 Since 1919
Precision Die-Cast Replica
1:32 Scale Model
6 Inches Long