You probably were just attracted to this 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air because you thought it looked cool and was priced right. Little did you know that this two-door has a terrific color combo, four-on-the-floor, and a triple-deuce setup on top of the classic big block V8. Yep, it's that awesome.
You already know why the 1961 Impala is such a cool ride. There were some nice touches that did not make it onto any other year, and so they are sought after by collectors today. This kind of .....
lineage is why the factory-correct Fawn Beige has been given a more modern investment in a nice clearcoat shine. Plus, you'll love all the classic details, like the bright wraparound chrome bumpers, color-matched steelie wheels with factory wheel covers and redline tires, and the full-length sweeping trim. And it's sure to draw a crowd with elements like the wraparound rear window with body overhang. But the part we know you love the best is the dipping ""V"" in the trunk. It's something so daring that this style is unique to the '61.
Inside is a well-done interior that has classic style with well-integrated upgrades. You get plenty of full-size comfort to carry family and friends across two rows of wide benches. And you have a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette to keep everyone happy on long road trips. But the best treats are reserved just for the driver. You get the original stylized dual-spoke steering wheel. It gives you a clear view of the artful factory gauges, as well as the upgraded auxiliary readouts and large column-mounted tach. Plus, with the bright floor shifter, you know there's something special under the hood before you even twist the key and hear it growl.
Filling the engine bay is some serious big block power. But it's not just that you have a 348 cubic-inch V8, it's that we all know the three bright air toppers are a sure signal of a triple set of dual-barrel carburetors. And this iconic triple-deuce setup is really done right to show off thanks to an ultra tidy engine bay and the right classic details, like the Offenhauser valve covers. Plus, you have the right modern supporting components for this classic package, like the aluminum radiator. The dual exhaust makes a great rumble, and when you really want to bring the thunder, there's a set of bolt-off cutouts. Best of all, you have full control over this V8 and its soundtrack with the T10 four-speed manual transmission. It's a true street machine, but it's also easy to enjoy thanks to features like power steering and power brakes w/discs up front.
This triple-deuce Bel Air has a true vintage style, right down to the details. Plus, it has the right modern upgrades for you to really enjoy this one today. That makes for an irresistible total package you need to get your hands on right now.