Featuring an equal emphasis on show and go, this slick Bel Air wraps a fresh GM crate motor and a proven Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed in decidedly formal aesthetics to create one seriously cool cruiser! If you’ve been searching for a striking ’50s showpiece, but want something that’s a heck of a lot classier than some trendy hot rod, here’s your next classic! Originally sold through Beasley-Cross Chevrolet of Kannapolis, North Carolina, and still residing with its second owner, this Chevy rolled in to Mooresville, North Carolina’s Chewning’s Unlimited for a detailed restoration that wrapped sometime in 2011. Once its tall body panels were returned to their rock-solid factory appearance, the car’s ripple-free profile was blanketed in $30K worth of crisp black and white 2-stage. And today, it rolls as a sultry street queen that mixes the visual punch of a classic Ferrari with the visual swank of a vintage Cadillac! Pop the hood and you’ll find a 350 cubic inch, high-output crate engine that, according to Chevrolet Performance, twists stout 9 to 1 compression into a nice, round 330 horsepower. Behind that mill, a dressed Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed makes good use of a factory-spec rear end that’s rebuilt with mild, 3.08 gears. That road-ready pumpkin drives a fully rebuilt, factory-spec suspension. Turns come courtesy of modern power rack-and-pinion steering. Solid stops occur when a modern brake booster squeezes power to big front calipers and big rear drums. And all that premium hardware rolls on simple steelies, which spin 225/70R15 Uniroyal Tiger Paw whitewalls around ’50s Oldsmobile hub caps. From the show to the strip, this impressive Bel Air is poised to turn heads. If you’ve been dreaming of the perfect blend of classic design and old school style, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com!
Price in USD: 69900
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