1959 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door sedan: Gisel from Germany is the proud owner of this rare South African produced ’59 Chevy Bel Air. He recently spotted my post of the 2011 Chevrolet 100 Year Anniversary & Cruise and noticed a ’59 Bel Air almost exactly the same as his (as pictured below). Gisel would be interested in contacting the owner of this car which most likely is (or was) a member of the Chevrolet Club of WA.
Contact Gisel: Giselher.Mertsch@gmx.de
The 1959 Chevy Bel Air as featured at the 2011 Chevrolet 100 Year Anniversary & Cruise in Perth.
Gisel’s ’59 Bel Air from Germany below:
1962 Chevy Bel Air Sport Coupe: Spotted at the local swap meet was this classic 1962 Chevy Bel Air Sport Coupe bubble top. Nice paint job and wire wheels. Left hand drive version and interestingly has the triple Impala rear lights for some reason. Awesome!
1968 Chevrolet Camaro 350:
It’s not every day you see a green Chevy Camaro parked. Looks very original and even has the Corvette steel rims. That’s one Heluva ride baby!
1971 Chevy Camaro 350: General Motors response to Fords Mustang was the Camaro. And in doing so they created a classic muscle car. Great to see this Camaro parked recently.
Chevrolet Caprice Classic: It’s always great to see something different, such as this 1970’s Chevy Caprice. They don’t build them like that any more.. for sure.
1970 Chevy Camaro Z/28: GM’s answer to the Ford Mustang. Nice try but perhaps too late.This Z/28 Camaro looks pretty orignal, though interestingly it has a RHD conversion. Pretty cool.
1925 Chevrolet Tourer: Well, vintage car identification is not my forte, but I think it’s a 1925 Chevy Tourer. If anyone knows better, let me know.
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible: Now here’s car you don’t see everyday. Looks like the owner has his ’57 chevy on day release. Thankyou so much Sir for letting us see this awesome classic car. Oh sooo good!
1965 Chevy Impala Convertible: I was quite excited about shooting this red ’65 Impala… and being a rarer style convertible that was a bonus. Looks likes it’s got the 327 V8. Ohhh yeah..love it.
1956 Chevy Pick Up Truck: Oh geez, it doesn’t even have door handles. The owner has stepped over the line with this one… and I like it.
Keep on truckin’ baby!