When the Beach Boys sang “She’s so fine, my 409”, they may well have been singing about a Chevy like this one. A 1962 Bel Air two-door pillar-less hardtop, known as a “Bubble Top” with a 409 cid V8 equipped with dual four barrel carburetors, 4-speed transmission and Posi-traction rear end.
Presented in original factory code #917 Twilight Turquoise with Aqua cloth and vinyl interior, this fully restored Bel Air is equipped with a column mounted Sun tachometer, features a fully boxed frame and is fitted with painted steel wheels and “dog dish” hubcaps wrapped in BF Goodrich Silvertown blackwall tires giving it that classic “sleeper” look from the 60’s of going fast at a low cost.
Immortalized in song, the “409” goes down in automotive history as one of America’s greatest performance engines, and one that helped launch the muscle-car era.
Here is a unique opportunity for collectors to add a stunning example of this iconic car to their collection.