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!
1966 Cadillac DeVille: This black Caddy certainly drew quite a bit of attention. The length and width is enormous. And yes, you can land an aeroplane on that super long boot lid.
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.
1966 Ford Mustang: What the world needs are more cars like this…This is an imported Mustang direct from the USA. It was landed in Adelaide, but the current owner has brought it home to live in Perth. Original left hand drive and just look how sparse the interior is, but that’s how they were. Engine is a 289ci V8 with 2 barrel carb.
Ford Mustang Convertible: I just love these early model Mustangs…and even more interesting when it’s a convertible when original left hand drive. Giddy up pony.
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.