All cars and trucks have different trim levels. Some are just a simple additions of names like the Z28 or Trans Am but General Motors had a car called the Bel Air that eventually became just a trim package. When people wanted the best available car package they went with the Bel Air. It was like if you wanted a Cadillac you didn't settle for a Nova (no offense to Nova owners). When people heard that you bought a Bel Air they new you bought the best. You were king of the neighborhood for awhile as you rolled in style. The Bel Air trim package just upped the ante on coolness and made some mundane cars look like a million bucks. It was literally the icing on the cake when comes to buying a car. Why just have the basics when you can have the best of the best? Now even though you got the big package and are riding high you still have some of the classic car problems like rust, old wiring, etc but the big one is the stock radio. Sure it actually does get stations sometimes and maybe if your lucky the signal won't cut in and out or maybe, just maybe the stock speakers won't spit and sputter when you crank up the volume but that's only if your lucky. So what can you do about it? You get over to Vintage Car Radio and checkout the great products from Ken Harrison. Ken Harrison makes some of the greatest radios for classic cars including the Bel Air. Ken Harrison radios are made with the best quality components to insure that they will last the lifetime of your car. So if you really want the best of the best for your Bel Air get yourself a Ken Harrison radio and enjoy the good life.