This 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 door sedan is so clean and has a real sleeper look to it. The VIN tells us it was originally powered by a 230 cubic inch six cylinder engine – it now has a 327 cubic inch (5.4 liter) V8!
The car is painted in Ermine White with a contrasting Aqua cloth and vinyl interior – a combination that really captures the period. Note the padded dash – a $18 option at the time.
The Bel Air was Chevrolet’s middle-price line with the Impala sitting at the top of the line.
There were 120,951 full-size two-door sedans made for the 1964 model year. These figures included production over all full-size cars as Chevrolet did not break the figures down on a per model basis. A Bel Air 2-door sedan would cost you $2,465 for the six cylinder and $2,573 for the V8 (base V8 was the 195 hp 283 cubic inch 4.6L Turbo-Fire). This car was built at the plant Framingham , Massachusetts.