The last year of the G1 Chevrolet Bel Air is 1954 and there are five body styles available, including the uptown Beauville wagon with woodgrain trim features. There is also a very long option s list with many of the goodies only offered on luxury vehicles are now on the table for the Chevy Division including power front seat, power front windows, power brakes, power steering and the Guidematic headlight dimmer.
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The third generation 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air has been re-done top to bottom. The model is lower than previously, it is also heavier and longer, with a choice of seven body styles this year. This is the first year the Impala nameplate is used by Chevy, but only offered as a coupe or a convertible. For '58 a big block engine is on the options sheet for the first time and this is the.348 cu in (5.7 L), This Bel-Air could be equipped with every option available and was/is well known as a "baby Cadillac."
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