Okay, Just bought another 1953 Chevy and I thought it would be cool to go and pick it up in the 1954 chevy...So I did and called my dad when I got close to the shop to video proof of me comeing in pulling the 53 with the 54...I bought the car thats pulling the 53 about three years ago, and it was supposed to be a parts car to fix my other 54 chevrolets....But the guy made me promise that I would fix it because it belonged to his best friend in highschool...So as I promised, I put it together and bought some new panels and soing a panel at a time with this one so that I can still drive it....Please leave comments... Thanks, will post more soon.
The Forgotten 50s Episode 3 (The Barn Finders)
Here's the Third episode of the forgotten 50s cars, and classic cars from the 1950s found around the calgary alberta area. the episode features a 1957 chevrolet belair 2 door, a couple of 1951 Hudson Wasps, a 1952 Pontiac Chieftain, a 1958 Mercury Monarch II, and a 1959 Dodge D-Series Pickup. This footage can also be seen on my other series called rotting calgarian iron, but the purpose of the barn finders account is to merge 2 barn finding channels together. filmography, editing, and narration by ryan sardachuk. enjoy and please rate comment and subscribe
Chopping A 53 Chevy Belair
Chopping My 53 Chevy 4" slanting the post ( B pillars) and installing cut front and back glass
It's a 1953 Chevy with a 1954 nose, The music "Cruisin' 1958"
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1954 Chevrolet at Viva Las Vegas
Hod Rod Heidi talks to Alan Mayes, publisher of Car Kulture DeLuxe and Ol' Skool Rodz Magazines, about his favorite car at the Viva Las Vegas car show: a 1954 Chev owned by Alex Gambino. This is an excerpt from The Vintage Vehicle Show (more info at vintagevehicletv.com).
My 1954 Chevy 210 2 DR. Post
My 1954 Chevy 210 2 dr post, 350 small block, TH350 transmission, 3.07 10 bolt Nova rear end, headers, flowmasters, Mustang II power front end with 11" disc brakes Dakota digital dash, pinstriping by JR Nelson of Tacoma, video shot with Olympus Pen E-PL1
1947 chevy truck
1947 gmc and 1954 chevy making 1947 chevy setting on s10 frame and small block chevy
1953 Chevy 210
Coverage from Marine City Boy Scouts Car Show in Michigan Aug, 2012
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1953 CHEVY BELAIR 4-DOOR SEDAN, TWO - TONE CHARMER
This India Ivory over Horizon Blue Chevy is a low mileage original survivor having been owned by the same family for most of it's life. Handsome two toning made '53 Belairs an attractive car to buy. In fact, all Belair models in '53 sold over 514,000. The four Belair models are 2-door sedan, 4-door sedan, convertible coupe, and hardtop coupe. The other Chevy models were the 150 Special, and the 210 Deluxe. Altogether 1953 Chevy sales were very good with all models selling 1,341,160 units! The '53 and '54 Chevys were the precursor to the famous tri-five Chevys: '55, '56, '57. A V8 engine wasn't available in Chevys until 1955 so the only powerplants available were the old stovebolt L head sixes with 235 cid producing 108 hp with the manual shift and 115 with Powerglide, the automatic transmission. This Belair looks so good it looks brand new. Check it out and thanks very much for viewing this sweet two-tone charmer, the 1953 Chevy Belair.