WESTLAND, Mich. – A classic 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air has been reported stolen in Westland.
Westland police are working to find this vehicle. It's light blue with chrome rims and license plate No. B2346.
Police said the Bel Air was stolen along with a white enclosed Stealth trailer, which has trailer plate No. D194704.
The theft actually happened back in January but police have not received any leads.
Due to this car being extremely unique, we are releasing this picture in hopes that someone may have seen this car and know its whereabouts."
Anyone with information on this theft needs to contact the Westland Police Department at 734-722-9600.
Chevrolet first began production of the Bel Air in 1949. The 1955 model was the beginning of the automaker's second generation of the Bel Air.
Production stopped in 1980.
If you're a classic car lover, you know what this theft means to the owner and the community of enthusiasts who work tirelessly to keep these vehicles in shape.
Here's a look at the interior of a drop-top 1955 Bel Air (Photo courtesy Getty Images). These were/are detailed vehicles: