Many would consider changing a 210 sport coupe into a Bel Air as a travesty, since 210 sport coupes are relatively rare and desirable.
Thing is, the Bel Air conversion is incomplete and botched. The 210 quarter panel/door spear is still in place, just that Bel Air emblems were put on the quarter panels. The front fender/door spears are not correct, the front fender spear doesn't go as far forward as a real Bel Air one. Must be a low quality repro.
I'll bet there are other things that could be picked at. All this stuff makes one wonder about anything else on the car.
It's still a 210 model (by VIN) regardless of the trim that is added to it.
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1974 Chevy Nova 2 door- 2nd owner.
1957 Chevy 2 door Sedan 150. (Next Project)
1956 Chevy 2 door Sedan 210.
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