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For Sale: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
in North Canton, Ohio

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Auto Connection, Inc.
Auto Connection, Inc. Inc.
5202 Limerick Ave., NW
North Canton, OH 44720
888-802-0856
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Description
 

Year: 1955 Make: Chevrolet Model: Bel Air 2 Door Hardtop Sport Coupe

Unique, custom fabricating, paint, and components


Love Tri 5's but they all look so similar, check this out! This 55 Chevy Coupe was found on an Indian Reservation in South Dakota, and was than purchased by a man in Nebraska who owned a vintage vehicle salvage yard. The car was than taken to Alabama to be sold for parts or restoration, but fortunately car was found buy its current owner and brought back to life in Pennsylvania. The car had little body damage, and only two small areas had rusted through. The paint, door, window regulators and latches where all original and had never been removed. Chassis had light rust, frame or suspension parts were slightly corroded, and chassis had original shock absorbers. The entire floor pan was intact except the center section of the trunk floor. All the body supports, reinforcement plates, inner and outer rocker panels and rear wheel housings where without rust. During that year the needed front end parts were located and the entire body was stripped to bare metal. The entire frame, all chassis, and suspension components were cleaned and coated with black POR15 coating. The body and front sheet metal was placed on the frame and delivered to the restoration shop for body work and paint. Seven months later the beautifully painted car returned to the owners garage. From there the next 18 months the car underwent assembly. When 90 percent done, it was taken to Ambassador House in Herman, PA for custom upholstery and carpet. This beautifully, professionally done car took just under four years to complete, including time away for other matters. (Approx 2001 completion)

Features of the Car

GM Performance crate engine 350 cu in 290 hp # 12499529
(Installed 2007-2008, first engine to radical for street)
Dual Edelbrock performer 500 cfm four barrel carbs
Edelbrock C-26 intake manifold (Jet hot coated)
GM Performance chrome valve covers
Stainless fuel lines and fittings
Holley fuel pump
Sanderson headers (Jet hot coated)
GM Factory pulleys (powder coated)
Power Master XS hi- torque starter
Accel coil
HEI distributor by Dave’s Small body HEI's
Chrome 100amp one- wire alternator
Walker Cobra Z- Line radiator
Stewart Stage 1 water pump (powder coated)
Stainless 2 ½ in exhaust system by Never Rust
Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission and B&M shift kit and adjustable modulator
B&M flex-plate (168 tooth)
B&M Holeshot 2000 stall torque convertor
Dual B&M transmission coolers
Hurst shifter
Power Rack and Pinion steering with Borgeson stainless joints and shaft
Front disc brakes (1970 Chevelle- non -power)
Rear drum breaks (1970 Chevelle)
12 bolt 1970 Chevelle posi rear end (GM 3:31 gear set)
5 leaf rear spring with urethane bushings
2 inch dropped front coil springs from Classic Chevy International
Classic gas shock absorbers
Rear frame mounted upper shock mounting bar
Traction bars by Williams Classic Chassis Works
American Racing Smoothie chrome reverse rims with baby moon cap
(15×7 front, 15×8 rear)
Goodrich Radial T/A tires (21560R15 front 23570R15 rear)
PPG 3 stage Diamond White Pearl paint with lilac pearl accents
House of Kolor custom mix dark raspberry candy flames with air brushed accent shadows, “sparkle dust” flame tips and hand striped outlines
Full tint window glass from Classic City Auto
Custom Ultra-Vinyl upholstery by Ambassador House Custom modified full width rear seat
Custom fabricated dash panel and gauge panel
VDO gauges
Classic Instruments gear indicator gauge
Lokar “Eliminator” gas pedal
Billet flame design steering Wheel by Weld
Juliano”s lap belts
Custom Auto sound am/fm/ cassette radio with amplified hidden antenna, compatible with custom auto sound 10 Cd changer
Cerwin-Vega speakers
Raingear windshield wiper system
Ignition protected by a 100 amp mega fuse(located on the frame near the starter
Silicone DOT 5 brake fluid
Engine uses regular gas (87 octane)

Hand Fabricated Components

Radiator mounting plates (stainless)
Radiator bug screen mounting brackets
Stainless grill
Transmission dipstick upper mount bracket (stainless)
Coil holder (stainless)
Fuel lines on engine (stainless)
Steering column lower mount and sleeve (stainless)
Firewall hole covers (stainless)
Stainless glove box insert/ fuse panel mount
Dash panel inserts
Tachometer mount
Gear indicator linkage bell crank
Transmission temperature gauge mount (stainless)
Transmission cooler mounting brackets
Air cleaner stacks (stainless)
Rear shock absorber upper mounting bar

About the Engine-

The engine is GM Performance Crate motor Part# 12499529
350 cu in/ 290 advertised horse power
The following information on this engine is found on the Spec. sheet from GM Performance Parts
Block is cast iron with 4 bolt main caps
Bore/stroke 4.00×3.48
Camshaft: GM #3896962 This is the cam used in the L-82 Corvette
Hydraulic/ flat tappet
Duration. @ 050 222 intake 222exhaus
Lift .450 intake .460 exhaust
Compression: 8.5: 1
Connecting rods: Powdered metal(Used in LT 1 engines after 1995/ reported to be stronger that GM “pink” rods
Crankshaft: Nodular iron
Cylinder heads: Iron casting #462624 76cc chambers
Valves: 1.94 intake 1.50 exhaust
Pistons: Cast aluminum
Fuel: 87 octane
Oil pan capacity: 5 quart+filter
The engine is described by GM Performance as its best value in performance crate engines.
Several publications including Street Rodder Magazine have done articles on engine build ups using this engine as the base motor. When the engines were dyno'd for baseline horsepower they were equipped as recommended by GM with a four barrel carb and headers. The engines all based out at 310 horsepower or better. It has been stated that GM uses SAE standards when dyno testing. These standards tend to be conservative. This is why the engine is advertised at 290 horsepower.

“Included with the Car”

Accessories-

Custom made Bra
Matching carpet floor mats
Two car covers (dust cover/ weather cover)

Tools-

2 Tech Book (Classic Chevy International)
Factory assembly manual
Factory shop manual
Information binder (White)
Homemade shop manual
Complete car file by systems
PVC Tensioning lever- tightening-power steering belt
Clear plastic radiator drain hose
Plastic Plugs For Servicing Power Steering Pump and Steering pack
Windshield Wiper escutcheon Tool and extra escutcheons
Homemade frame stands for changing rear tires
In truck/ tool compartment- two emergency fender covers
- emergency lower radiator hose- socket set


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STOCK/INV. NUMBER: Jon S
Pricing Information
 
Asking Price
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Vehicle Location


Country
United States
 
City, State
North Canton, OH
Zip
44720
Vehicle Basics

Odometer Reading
300

Year
1955

VIN
VC55K038088

Vehicle Category/Style
Coupe

Convertible
No

Exterior Details

Vehicle Color(s)
Diamond White Pearl

Accessories and Customizations


Restoration History
Fully Restored

Condition of Exterior
Mint

Interior Details

Color(s)
Off White Ultra Vinyl

Seat Material
Vinyl

Accessories and Customizations





Restoration History
Fully Restored

Condition of Interior
Mint

Engine Details

Engine Configuration
V-8

Engine Size
350

Engine History
Replaced

Engine Condition
Running

Transmission Details

Transmission Type
Automatic

Drive Train
Rear-wheel drive

 
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