A day at the beach

Sunshine cruiser has lost a few grille teeth and some side chrome, but still looks smart. 
  For 1953, the Bel Air was Chevrolet's new top-of-the-line model. Chevy built 24,000 Bel Air convertibles that year, plus another 5,600 convertibles in the one-step-down 210 Deluxe trim level, not one of which originally came in the bright metallic pink of this Bel Air in taxi service in the Varadero resort area.

 Guess Chevy just didn't realize how rockin' it would look.


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