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1955 chevrolet Belair, blown, supercharger, hotrod, custom

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Type: Coupe
Year: 1955
Mileage: 1955
VIN: VC550045285
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Marysville, Washington, United States

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Additional Info:

Click here for additional photos and videos 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2dr HT. 468 Big block Blown, 671 WEIAND Super Charger, 600HP, Dual 600 CFM Evo's, Closed Chamber stainless steel Valves, roller rock with a TH400 and a 2500 stall converter. Car has a ton of power and the sound of a supercharger also made me smile as I drove around town. As seen in my test drive videos. 10 bolt rear-end, ladder bar suspension 3 link, 3.33 gears. Tubbed 2 1/2", four wheel disc brakes, Yoke emergency brake system. Koni shocks, 2 1/2 dropped spindles, Hooker Header with flow master exhaust and Crossflow dual Electric fans. Paint is House of colors, 4 stage Black Cherry, have paint codes, Bikini Hood is removable as seen in my photos and videos. Solid Body, straight lines and original stainless trim through out car. Original bumpers, grill, Body moldings, window trim all straight. Trim is all in good shape. It has been polished and cleaned but still shows some age as expected. We have not do any touch up to paint yet. This is to show that there is a few small scratch's and a chip along front drivers door edge that will need minor touchup. Car has been a driver for the owner, he bought car to show off and drive around town and to local car shows. Trunk is finished to match interior. Interior is in very good shape and completely finished out. Front seat 1/3-2/3 powered. Gauges are in working order along with lighting. Shaved trunk handle, Electric popper is under dash. All glass is in very good shape. Solid Chassis and floor pans, as seen in my undercarriage photos. Overall what a cool Tri five Chevy, older restoration but still plays the part. We have replaced the antenna and locking fuel cap, after photos were started. Thank you for your interest.Brian Wilson Classic car addiction, Owner 1-425-931-6448