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Old 10-17-2019, 04:03 AM
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Default Original '59 348-6bbl/4-speed Bel Air

Evidently this is a real, documented car purchased from the original owner in '85. Amazing...you don't see many '59 factory 4-speed big Chevys - believe this trans was only available with the injected 283, or 348.

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Old 10-17-2019, 04:33 AM
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I've never been big on '59s but I do like this one!
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----Love this 59!!! RARE......Bill S
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Never seen one. I had a Black on Red '60, 348 Tri-Power, 4 speed and that was very unique car.
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WOW, that is cool.
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I had an exact match to this but an elcamino. sold it to a friend a few years ago. owned it for a long time and it was quite the conversation piece for sure.
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This cool Bel Air has been relisted in the link below, with a $75k buy-it-now.

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This car is owned and was restored by Ennis Lund, he owns both a restoration and upholstery shop. He is very knowledgeable of Pontiacs having restored many of them. He must be pushing 80 years old now. I haven't seen this car in person but he has told me of the history of this car before and it is just as he describes it. The market for this era of car is fading but if you want one it is very likely a better, more original one would be near impossible to find.
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