Bel Air Hardtop
The 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air two door hardtop was part of the Styleline
Deluxe series. White wall tires were optional.
A slightly restyled grille and side trim distinguished the 1952 models
from the previous year. Fender skirts were standard on the DeLuxe models.
Bright wheel covers and trim rings were also standard on Deluxe models.
The 1952 Chevy again came with a 216.5 cubic inch, 92hp inline six cylinder
engine as standard equipment. A larger 235 cubic inch, 105hp six cylinder
engine was available with the optional Power Glide automatic transmission.
Power Glide script appeared split by the bowtie emblem on the trunk
lid as can be seen in this photo.
A stylish hood ornament point the way down the road.
This is just one of the many cool antique and classic collector cars
I saw at Greenberg's 29th Annual Memorial Day Car Show & Swap Meet
in Cambridge, MN., on May 26, 2003.
We don't own these cars, we just saw them at car shows and snapped
a few photos. To find classic cars for sale please visit our Resources
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