10 Cars From the '50s That You Need To See Before You Die

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

This was the year of the revolutionary 265 cu.-in. "small block" V8. Adding to the Bel Air's great improved chassis and attractive exterior, the overhead-valve Turbo Fire produced 162 horsepower, or 180 with the "Power Package." This is a car that still stops shows on the regular.

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