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kasy
    
What's the difference between the hardtop and the sedan?
I've owned a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door (my avatar picture) since 1978. I now have two and am starting to restore one. I'm confused by the choice of hardtop or sedan. Which do I have? They both have the post between the front and rear doors and another post behind the rear door. Are they hardtops or sedans? I fell like such a dork having to ask such a question. Thank you for clearing this up for me. Ken Campbell
posted: June 17, 2008
 
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hardtop = no post between the side windows.
sedan = post between the side windows.

hardtops are typically more desirable than sedans.
posted:  June 18, 2008
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