As found by Chad: 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air

This Bel Air was living its life out on the prairie.

Found out on the Kansas Prairie! The pasture where this car was found was unbroken, native prairie. Buffalo Wallows were still clearly visible in the prairie around where this car was found! It was buried deep in Kansas sunflowers! The engine had been pulled out of this car years ago, but the rest of the car is still pretty much intact. It was fairly well equipped for a Bel Air with factory in Dash A/C, power steering and brakes, and even rear bumper guards! I didn’t find the car in Great Bend, it was out west, but it was sold new here and it still has its original dealer badge on the back of it!

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Chad Ehrlich is always dragging cool, old iron in his salvage yard, Nobody Else’s Auto. Be sure to subscribe to the “Nobody’s Show” Channel on YouTube to keep up with all of the new inventory that Chad is hauling in! You can also follow him on Facebook under “Nobody Else’s Auto.”

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