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Atlanta’s ‘Mr. Bel Air’ enjoys one of his classic cars - a 1955 Chevy


Greg Gore is simply the coolest guy in his Atlanta neighborhood.

Dubbed by his friends as “Mr. Bel Air,” Gore is the proud owner of three of America’s most beautiful cars - 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevrolet Bel Airs.

Like Gore, there are so many people in metro Atlanta who love their classic cars.

From Fayette to Forsyth counties, these beautiful machines can be seen cruising the back roads and highways of this state.

This video series has been created to showcase some of the fantastic cars in metro Atlanta and the people who put in the time, sweat and money to keep the tires rolling and the engines humming.

If you have a car you would like showcased, email Todd C. Duncan at todd.duncan@ajc.com.


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