My Dad bought a brand new '62, close to the same color, just before he died. I don't remember what engine it had (it wasn't a 409), but it would haul. The year after he died, I pegged the speedo at 120 and broke the needle. It stayed like that till I got home, then miraculously it fell back to 0 before my Mom saw it. It was a 2 dr Belair, but nothing like this. I didn't like that car then, and don't like this one. Maybe it's cause I lost something in the backseat.
" The only issue with the car is that it started life as a six cylinder/glide Bel Air, but all the numbers match as if it were an original 409 4-speed car". The price seems high to me for a "clone" or tribute car. JMO
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