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Chevrolet Belair, for sale in Arlington, Texas, for $44,500.
Tri five Chevy's are cool but there is just something unique about the 1958 model. You rarely see these cars out at shows so people love checking them out. They have a look that's all their own with cool dual front lights, the curved fins in rear, and all of that beautiful stainless trim. The classic you see here has undergone a complete frame-off, rotisserie restoration. The car was purchased in 2003 from the Tucson, Arizona area. That means it hasn't been subjected to the salty air that rusts out a lot of classics on the coast. During the next 4 years the car was totally stripped, sand and bead blasted, powder coated, and rebuilt from the ground up. Completely new parts were used where possible with all of the rare components being all redone and rebuilt. The odometer was set to all “zeros" and as of this date the mileage is under 800. All of the bodywork was done professionally and finished in the very rare Sierra Gold color. The chrome work was all done by Show & Go and all stainless was restored by hand. All glass is new so the troubled task of chasing down perfectly fitting pieces is nothing to worry about. Cragar 16” wheels with Firestone Indy 500 tires complete the exterior of this beautifully finished custom car.
A new, in the crate, ZZ4 Chevy 350, 355 HP, V-8, was bolted to the mounts and attached to a Turbo 350 transmission. The drive shaft was professionally turned and balanced, and the rear end was completely rebuilt. A SBC Front Runner serpentine belt system with generator, power steering pump, and new AC compressor (all chrome) was bolted to the front of the engine, along with Chevrolet chrome valve covers and an Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor. A Chevrolet chrome air cleaner tops the engine and an aluminum radiator from Griffin keeps the car running cool at all times. The chassis was totally rebuilt with front disc brakes, rear drum brakes, new coil springs, and 605 power steering. Bilstein shocks were also used and were custom built in Germany just for this car.
How many cars could you say had two totally unique sounds? Well this classic does! The sound of a car is one of the hugest features and is entirely dependent on how it was built. You can't just buy a new quick part to get the perfect sound, it has to be built right. Well this car has one of the coolest exhaust systems around. The exhaust is unique in that the Sanderson headers into dual exhaust pipes continue to the rear through performance mufflers. Then a second set of loud mufflers are connected to the main pipes with QTP electric cutouts (which toggle inside the car) to open the second set of mufflers for awesome sound. You can pull up to any show and really get every ones attention with just the press of a button. The loud mufflers can be shut off when cruising down the highway. All wiring was replaced with a Painless wiring harness with wiring in the engine compartment being hidden out of site.
The interior starts with the IDIDIT tilt steering column complete with cruise control, turn signal, dimmer switch, and tranny lever on the post. The steering wheel is a classic retrofit from IDIDIT. The upholstery is all the Anniversary Gold which looks great next to the body color. Vintage Air air conditioning was added along with power windows, power locks, and keyless entry. The interior is all new original from CARS, INC. The seats frames were sand blasted and powder coated before reinstalling. Seat belts for six passengers were retrofitted for safety. Complete insulation for heat and sound attenuation from Quietride Solutions was added before the interior was completed. A 200 watt amplifier and compact disc system compliments the new USA-6 radio with front and rear speakers.
THIS IS TRULY A JEWEL, READY FOR PROVIDING MANY HOURS OF CRUISIN’ ENJOYMENT!!!
This car is worth a lot more then the low asking price of $44,500.00!
(will consider reasonable offers)