You can tell that this ’63 Chevy is a Bel Air, not the high level trim Impala, because it has two taillights on each side instead of three. I was inspired to post this car because of Sajeev Mehta’s post over at TTAC about the wider variety of interior colors cars used to come with. Can you imagine seeing a light blue ’63 Bel Air without a blue interior? While the lowered and probably air-bagged suspension is anachronistic to 1963, the twentysomething driver had his hair greased back and the young lady in the passenger seat was wearing a period correct Madras print shirt. That “Road Devils” car club plate in the back window might appear to be a decorative historical artifact but it’s actually an ongoing car club in the Detroit Area. Other than the air suspension, the Bel Air is all-original. Look for it at Detroit area car events like the GM Design Employees’ car show where these pics were shot.