Chevy Scrapbook

The Photos associated with these pages have been sent to me since December 1999. 

These are all near original condition vehicles.


If you would like to display your Late '40s to Early '50s Model Chevrolet,
(preferably in near factory or restored condition, No Hot Rods Please)
send me an e-mail with your .jpg or .gif photos (limit 6 please)
with a brief description of your car with your name and location to:
Please note this is for 1946 through '54 Model Chevys Only!

Click on any Photo to ENLARGE

1954 Chevy Bel Air 4 Door Sedan


This is my "Family Cruiser."

She is a completely restored to original 1954 Chevy Bel Air 4dr. Painted original colors of India Ivory over Bermuda green. Original 235 Blue Flame engine with 6 volt elect. system.

Jim Stephens of Akron, Ohio                                                           Submitted: 10 July 2003

1954 Chevrolet Convertible


     Iíve had the car for almost three years. I bought it after visiting a friend in Canada and had it transported. It had been garaged there for 18 years but was originally a California car for about 29 years. Car had not run in years. When I purchased it the color was yellow with Bermuda green trim. Paint was cracked and faded. Top was rotten. The body was straight and the original interior was excellent. All trim was on the car and all chrome and glass looked good. The original radio even works.


     Rebuilt the carburetor, new solenoid, new fuel pump with bowl, placed a disposable gas filter under car, tuned and timed, replaced main seals and gaskets, rebuilt master cylinder for brakes, cleaned tank and replaced gas lines, replaced battery, bought 5 Coker wide white wall tires of original size and style, replaced truck cardboard and floor rubber.

     Had car stripped of all paint and found two welded patches under rear gravel guards (one on each side). No other rust issues. Had it painted a Polaris White with Bermuda Green trim. Had new Bermuda green top put on.

     All mechanicals are stock. The engine is a 235 with power glide and power steering. Car cruises great at 60-65 MPH. The headlights dim automatically as the autotronic eye still works. The two spot lights work and turn heads on night cruises. This will be its first year to be seen at car shows since it has been restored.


Paxton Oliver of Calhoun, Lousiana                         Submitted: 18 March 2004

Click Here to See More 1954 Chevys

Scrapbook INDEX

More 1946 - 1954 Chevy Info

WebCounter says that you are visitor number:

Please Report any Broken Links or Pages that do not load properly.  Webmaster

This Information is for Research and the Promotion of the Preservation of Older Chevys

All Names, Trademarks and Logos Belong to their Respective Owners.


Web Space Provided by