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Chevrolet Belair, for sale in Arlington, Texas, for $37,500.
We have said it before and we will say it again. Tri five Chevrolets have to be one of the most desirable cars ever created. Check out any classic car program on television, any auction, any car show, and we can almost guarantee one of these cool classics will be there. There are all different styles and shapes allowing everyone to pick their favorite. Most people don't even realize that the Belair name was put on cars as early as 1950 because it wasn't until 1955 that Chevrolet changed around the look to create one of the most iconic cars on the street. The beautifully done 55 Chevrolet you see here takes that classic look and adds to it a touch of custom with all of the best components to make it a great driver. The body is straight and is coated in a very nice Crimson Blue Dodge paint with Lexus White Pearl on the rear deck and roof. The Blue really pops and looks great out in the sun. The car underwent a complete restoration over the coarse of 8 years at which time virtually every component was replaced with new or at the very minimum totally rebuilt. All of the chrome was redone and the bumpers, grill, stainless, etc are all nicely mounted in place. The glass is all in good condition and has a slight tint. The car rides on Cragar SS wheels that look perfect on the car. They have a great shine and are wrapped with nice Mickey Thompson tires.
The car performs really well and looks great running down the road. The 350 V8 under the hood came out of a 70's Corvette so you know it was built to run. It was all gone through and after reassembled cranked out 500hp. It has an 11:1 compression ratio and only the best components. That includes the Lunati roller cam (30/30, 0.526int/exh, 298 degrees), Lunati roller rocker arms, Moroso Oil Pan, Hedman headers, Chuck Nuytten 750 double pumper Holley carburetor, aluminum intake, Mallory sure fire distributor, Mallor Hy fire system, polished heads (2.02/1.6 valves, ported), and Edelbrock aluminum water pump. All of that works together to create a motor that has no problem turning the wheels. There is a ton of chrome under the hood and everything is nicely done. It runs cool with the Griffin aluminum radiator which is all polished and mounted to a nice chrome mount. Continuing down the drivetrain you will find the Muncie rock crusher 4 speed with Hays clutch and McLeod flywheel and scatter shield. Then to the Ford 9" rear end with strange axles. The car is a driver but the undercarriage is nicely done with all of the components having a clean painted finished. The Imron painted framed looks great and the suspension utilizes all KYB shocks. Disk brakes are in place on all 4 corners and they are all power assisted. Other power options include the power man power steering idler arm.
The quality continues in the interior where you will find very nicely done Grey Mercedes leather and carpeting. The Recaro bucket seats fit perfectly in place and are very comfortable. They are fully adjustable and even have inflatable lumbar support. Between the seats is the polished arm Hurst shifter that fits perfectly in place. The dash is painted two tone in the same colors as the body and uses the original style trim. The correct original radio is mounted to the dash but a hidden Pioneer 25wx2 Sony CD 10 disk changer is in place that sends sound through the Pioneer speakers with 300w JL Audio. A 60 Impala steering wheel is mounted in place and was painted to match the car.
This is a good look car that has no problem standing out even in a crowd of 55 Chevys!
Add this awesome car to your collection for $37,500.00!