This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air is a well-presented classic with a show-worthy correct two-tone, a classic engine bay, and an inviting interior. It makes for quite an attractive package on an already attractive Tri-Five Chevy. The first impression is a well-respected classic, and that's something you'll see throughout the car. The Cashmere Blue and India Ivory are the factory-correct colors that were updated later in life to give it the right gloss to get your nostalgia stirring. But it takes more than just nice paint to be a Chevy worthy of everyone's attention. All the brightwork looks like it has been expertly maintained to make sure that the jet-inspired hood ornament boldly leads the way, and the panels line up so well that the side trim looks seamless as it crosses the doors. Even the special '55 bumpers shine like mirrors as they fit the car's form. And the color-matched wheels with bow tie hubcaps and iconic whitewalls are just another one of the little things that make this such an attractive total package. A proper investment inside means quite an inviting full blue setup. It is pure vintage charm as you enjoy details like the intricate cloth inserts in the bench seats. Good carpeting, a nice headliner, and a smooth style to the Corvette-like dash all make this a pleasant classic. You see an accurate style everywhere from the artful steering wheel to the jacking instruction behind the full-size spare in the trunk. In fact, the only upgrade you'll really notice is the AM/FM/CD stereo (it's wired but may need servicing.) And we can absolutely understand why you'd want the best driving music in a great cruiser like this. Under the hood, you'll find a year-correct motor, and the level of presentation makes it look like you were picking it up brand new from the Chevy dealer. The 235 cubic-inch inline-six is smooth and torque-filled, and it was a mainstay of Chevrolet vehicles for decades. Combined with a Powerglide automatic transmission, this one has been restored to keep it the smooth cruiser you would expect from a Bel Air. So while this keeps a correct style, right down to the Delco Remy generator, you'll also spot some handy upgrades. After all, power brakes, front discs, and modern tread behind the classic whitewalls make for quite an alluring cruiser. This '55 Bel Air is an icon that makes sure its presentation correctly upholds its iconic status. So if you're looking for a truly top-notch classic car experience, call today!