The Atlanta Showroom is offering this 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. The Ultimate 55 Chevy, laser straight, smooth, and shaved all steel body. This 55 has to be one of the finest in existence today. The suspension is a 2000 C5, fully smoothed and chromed front and rear torque tube. There is a Air Ride Pro unit with 4 polished air flow shock waves, custom bucket seats, hand made steel dash which flows into the console, front and back pop up deck, fiber glass convertible top cover that flows over the back seat, custom make classics instrument gauges, new glass with vent windows removed, push button start, remote doors and hidden controls, custom make front bumper and rear lights, front bumper is flipped and set into car, one piece rear nomad wagon bumper was one a 3 piece was smoothed and set into car. The paint is Du Pont Hues Silva and looks wet to the touch. All the door jams fully smoothed and altered. The chrome on the 55 was given a $25,000 spend that shines like a super nova. The frame is 1 5/8 tubing and is totally smoothed and polished. The floors are custom made which look like a one piece stamp out front to back from the firewall. The brake and air lines are completely hidden for that show winning design. The motor is a 1990 corvette LT5 ZR1 and the transmission is a 6 speed transaxel with 3.45 gears outback. There are 3" stainless polished custom headers doing the exiting work of that monster motor. The wheels are Budnik Illusion 20x10 on the rear and 19x8 on the front sporting 235/30/20's and 235/35/19's. The underside of this 55 is detailed to perfection and the car has won numerous awards including 3 indoor grand champions and super chevy best of show. Look at the pictures and view the details. Options include: Automatic convertible Top, AM/FM radio, Air Conditioning, Power brakes, power steering, power locks, power seats, power windows, tilt wheel, keyless entry, leather interior, kill switch, radial tires, aluminum allow wheels. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833.
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