Vintage 1955 Chevy Bel Air Convertible 1:18 Scale Die-Cast Model Car American Muscle
- Precision Diecast Collectible
- Hood & Doors Open
- Wired & Plumbed Chevy Small Block V-8 Engine
- Precision Interior Detailing with Chrome Dash Panel & Pivoting Bench Seatbacks
- Brilliantly Chromed Ferrari Inspired Grille, Bumpers, Side Spears & Hubcaps
- Authentic Chrome Jet Plane Hood Ornament
- Smooth Rolling Rubber Tires & Posable Front Wheels
Manufacturer: Auto World
Color: Coral and Shadow Gray two-tone
If you love vintage tailfin cars from the golden age of American Automobiles, then this Chevy Bel Air Convertible is the car for you!
Tomy/ERTL brings you this coral and shadow grey convertible masterpiece as part of their American Muscle line. Reproduced in 1:18 scale and complete with finely detailed interior, engine, body panels and undercarriage; this beauty is ideal for display alongside the finest models in your collection.
This gorgeously styled model has all the details that made '50s cars so cool -- huge, sharp tailfins, bullet tail lights, shiny front grill and all the tiny details.
This 1955 Chevy Bel Air Convertible comes in perfect powder pink and features openable doors, hood and trunk, with incredibly slick details on the interior.
A perfect addition to any classic car collection.
1955 Chevy Bel Air Convertible — AMM1221
The Tri-Five Chevy legacy began with the development of the completely redesigned 1955 Chevy, available in 150, 210, and high-end Bel Air trim levels. The crown jewel of the Tri-Fives was the brand-new 265ci V8 engine with OHV high- compression, short stroke design, bolted into a rear wheel drive chassis. 1955 also marked the year that Chevy adopted the “shoebox” styling of their cars. Gone were the rounded, bulbous hood and side panels of previous years. Instead, flatter and sleeker lines swept the full length of the car inching towards the tailfin styling seen in GM’s Cadillac brand.
Auto World has replicated this 1955 Chevy Bel Air convertible in factory-matched Coral and Shadow Gray two-tone paint. This was one of 23 available two-tone options in 1955!
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