This week Bel Air weekly ad circular, coupons and sale specials. Bel Air grocery stores offer fresh produce, meat, dairy products, organic food, plus great deals on essential home goods, beauty products and more. Find the latest ad specials on: Lloyd’s Barbeque Company Pork Spareribs; Wild Halibut Fillet; Usda Choice – Grain Fed Boneless Beef Chuck Steak; Pillsbury Frosting Chocolate Fudge; Krusteaz Chocolate Swirl Crumb Cake & Muffin Mix; Quaker Big Chewy Peanut Butter Choc Chip Granola Bars; Kikkoman Soy Sauce, Naturally Brewed, Less Sodium; Full Circle Organic Soymilk Chocolate Enriched; Alaskan True Cod Fillet, Wild Previously Frozen; Oscar Mayer Bacon, Applewood Smoked, Super Thick Cut; Pop-Tarts Toaster Pastries, Frosted Confetti Cupcake; Progresso Soup, Chicken Rice With Vegetables; Nalley Chili Con Carne With Beans; Star Olive Oil Extra Virgin; Krispy Saltine Crackers Original; Hot House Tomatoes; Colgate Toothbrush; Devoted collectors of the distinctive Chevrolet Bel Air® know it is one of the most beloved cars ever to hit the open road. Part premium vehicle, part show-stopping American classic, this revolutionary car symbolizes a nostalgic era of design innovation. Now, add some classic charm to your Christmas with the first-ever Bel Air: Oh What Fun It Is To Drive Tabletop Tree, exclusively from The Bradford Exchange. This striking Christmas tree sparkles with 20 LED lights for showroom shimmer while it plays the sound of an authentic Bel Air engine revving up! This Bel Air tabletop tree stands a foot high and offers stunning views from any angle. Handcrafted in artist's resin, it boasts five precision-sculpted, hand-painted cars celebrate all your favorite and the most-collected signature Bel Air models. Each car boasts chrome-like finishes and silver-tone license plates featuring the model year, including 1953 and 1954 on the back of the tree. Classic logos and emblems, festive ornaments and bows, and an illuminated star topper featuring the Chevrolet Bel Air emblem add even more authentic drama to this stunning tabletop Christmas tree. Strong demand is expected, so order now!.99 lb Fresh Natural Turkey; Cooked Dungeness Crabs Wild-caught; Planters Mixed Nuts; Smuckers Peanut Butter, Chunky; Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal; Revlon Permanent Color; and more.
“There’s a lot of cash around, and the alternatives in bonds and elsewhere are not very attractive,” said Todd Morgan, chairman of fund advisor Bel Air Investment Advisors. Investors “are chasing the hot market. They expect all the IPOs will go up.”
Bel Air store locations:
2681 Blanding Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501;
5345 Hazel Avenue, Fair Oaks, CA 95628;
25045 Blue Ravine Rd., Folsom, CA 95630;
10450 Twin Cities Road, Galt, CA 95632;
43 Lincoln Blvd., Lincoln, CA 95648;
3020 Floyd Avenue, Suite 189, Modesto, CA 95355;
1690 Robb Drive, Reno, NV 89523;
3250 Arena Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95834;
2433 Wingfield Hills Road, Sparks, NV 89436;
4219 East Morada Lane, Stockton, CA 95212.
A full list of Bel Air stores can be found .
Bel Air Departments: Bakery; Dairy; Deli; Floral; Frozen; Grocery; Health Beauty Wellness; Liquor; Meat; Non Foods; Produce.
Some of Bel Air ad specials: River Sockeye Salmon Fillet; Cooked Dungeness Crabs Wild-caught; CoverGirl Liquid Powder Make-up, Creamy Natural; Bahlsen Biscuits, Double Choc; Bahlsen Puff Pastry Biscuits With Fruit Filling; Planters Mixed Nuts; Ritz Crackers, Filled, Multigrain Garlic Herb; Green Onions; Raley’s Turkey And Cheese Vegetable Tray; Jell-O Pudding & Pie Filling, Instant, Pistachio; Raley’s Fine Foods Beef Broth.
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Little change was made for 1960. The new models were refinements of the 1959 style with a much more restrained front end, the return of the double cone tail lights of 1958 rather than the startling "cat's eyes" of 1959. Under the hood, things remained constant. Fuel injection was no longer available, but with the 348 cubic inch engine, a horsepower rating of 335 at 5800 rpm was now achieved. This involved the use of three double-barrel carburettors, a special cam and an 11.25:1 compression ratio, all sold as a package. New to the Bel Air series was the Sport Coupe, which used the Impala's two-door hardtop body, but lacked the Impala's luxury trim. The Bel Air Sport Sedan continued to use a rear window overhang and a huge wraparound rear window. Bel Airs (and Biscaynes) had two tail lights per side; the Impalas had three tail lights per side—a situation that would persist for most years through 1975. Many of the same options and accessories that were available on the Impala were also available on the Bel Air. The Bel Airs had more interior and exterior brightwork than the Biscayne.