Bel air 1955

1955 Chevy Bel air 2d ht. 355sb with vortech v-2 and accel dfi7+. Th700r4 and ford 9". Air ride suspension and 18" front 19" in the back

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134674 / 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
For more information on this vehicle visit Featuring a smooth LS2 V8, a stiff Art Morrison chassis and a sweet interior by Steve Holcomb, this is the kind of car Bel Air owners tend to cite as "best". If you're in the market for a top notch tri-five, why waste your valuable time building a car? Walk right into our showroom, sign a few papers, and take home this fully sorted masterpiece! The timeless look of 50s-era Chevys will never go out of style, and the most successful show cars are those which build on the universal appeal of their original design. The goal is to create a custom that's as nice as possible without altering Chevrolet's basic goodness. And in the case of this awesome Bel Air, that translated to a professional, frame-off restoration which features superb bodywork and 100% stock sheetmetal. That sheetmetal wears a glossy coat of Jet Black pigment, which adds a sinister twist to the car's traditional 50s class. And, as hot rodders tend to do, that paint's finish work was carried well beyond anything the factory could have imagined. This spectacular double nickel drop-top is powered by a 6.0 liter LS2 V8 that combines road ready reliability with stout 10.9 to 1 compression and an impressive 400 horsepower. Built to tear up the street and wow show goers alike, that fully-sorted small block employs a sturdy aluminum casting, lightweight 243 heads, coil-near-plug ignition and aluminum, flat-top pistons to create sharp throttle response and immediate torque. GM's familiar fuel rail covers detail Jet Black paint with modern Corvette scripts. The engine's bland serpentine system has been exchanged for stylish March accessories, a chrome alternator and a chrome AC compressor. A modern throttle body is capped with a familiar Street & Performance air cleaner. There's a polished aluminum radiator that's secured in a polished radiator support. And modern power steering combines with ceramic coated headers, a polished brake Booster and high quality Painless wiring to detail an otherwise purpose-built performer. Park this stunning Bel Air on a lift and you'll find solid, over-restored floors that have been bolted to a rigid Art Morrison Tri-5 GT Sport Chassis. In the middle of that chassis, a proven 4L65E 4-speed makes easy work of anything the stout small block throws its way. Behind that transmission, a triangulated 4-bar suspension hangs adjustable Strange coil-overs beside a 9-inch Ford rear end that's complete with Strange axles, a posi-traction differential and big, 3.70 gears. And grip comes courtesy of sticky 235/45ZR17 front and 275/40ZR18 rear Kumho Ecsta SPTs, which spin around polished Boyd Coddington wheels. Inside the car, traditional 50s style is augmented with first class leather that was installed by Steve Holcomb of Pro Auto Custom Interiors. The modern front bucket and rear bench seats are all-day comfortable, featuring supple hides that display no significant wrinkles. In front of those seats, a Jet Black dash hangs bowtie-stamped stainless behind Classic Instruments gauges, a modern Alpine CD player and Vintage Air climate controls. On the floor, fresh California carpet rides under large kick speakers, color-keyed floor mats and a custom console that's detailed with two cup holders, a classy shifter and switches for Specialty power windows. And in front of the driver, a polished and tilting steering column spins a small diameter wheel around modern foot pedals. If you're in the market for a top notch version of one of America's great automotive icons, don't miss your chance to own this killer '55 Chevy! Call, click or visit for more information.

Bagged and Slammed Chevy Bel Air
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$170,000 '55 Hot Rod Chevy BelAir Oops! FUNNY
That wasn't suppose to happen, Oops! I'm visiting FAST440's classic car showroom when the un-thinkable happens. FUNNY! You can't make this stuff up. I laughed so hard. I'll do another video on this hot rod '55 Chevy BelAir at a later date.- samspace81