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1950 Chevrolet Bel Air

General Overview

The 1950 Bel Air was introduced as part of the Deluxe line and was styled as a convertible with a non-detachable solid roof.

This was no new design, but had finally found its era. First year production was respectable, and the rest is history.

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Performance

Engine 0 to 60 MPH Quarter Mile Source
216.5ci/92hp 17.8 sec 21.3 sec Road & Track

Drivetrain

Available Engines:
I6 216.5ci 1x1bbl 92 hp @ 3400 176 lb-ft @ 1000-2000
I6 235.5ci 1x4bbl 105 hp @ 3600 189 lb-ft @ 1200-1800
Available Transmissions:
  • 3-Speed Manual
  • Powerglide Auto

Factory Exterior Colors

  • Mayland Black
  • Oxford Maroon
  • Grecian Gray
  • Crystal Green
  • Falcon Gray
  • Windsor Blue
  • Mist Green
  • Moonlight Cream
  • Empire Red
  • Rodeo Beige

Factory Interior Colors

  • Dark Gray
  • Light Gray
  • Black
  • Ivory
  • Brown
  • Beige
  • Dark Blue
  • Blue
  • Dark Green
  • Medium Green
  • Yellow
  • Dark Red

Production Numbers

  • 2-Dr Hardtop Coupe
    Total productions 76,662

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