For sale in our Dallas Showroom is a beautiful 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air. Chevrolet Built the Bel Air in 1950 and continued production all the way until 1980. In 1955 Chevrolet manufactured the second generation of Bel Airs from 1955 to 1957. This 1956 Chevrolet Bel air 2 door Hardtop is an eye catcher for sure, its bright yellow exterior that is in excellent condition is what really makes it pop. The beige custom vinyl interior is also in excellent condition. This Bel Air is powered by a new GM 350 CID V8 that is bolted to a 700R4 automatic transmission that drives with ease. Under the hood you will notice an Edlebrock aluminum intake manifold and a Holley 4bbl carburetor that provides plenty of air and fuel to get every bit of horsepower you can out of the engine. The polished aluminum radiator with 2 electric fans keep the engine cool in this Texas heat. Speaking of the Texas heat the owner added Air conditioning and heat, so you can drive this beauty anytime of year. Don't worry about having a hard time stopping this vehicle because it has disc brakes in the front with a dual diafram booster and drum brakes in the rear. The Cragar SS wheels and Goodyear classic tires give this Bel Air a beautiful look. This restoration was done in 2008 and only has 2,958 miles since the rebuild. They sparred no cost when doing this full frame off restoration. Additional options on this Bel Air include Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Power brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks, Power Windows, Tilt Wheel, Keyless Entry, Seat Belts, Kill Switch, and radial tires. To view this vehicle in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and videos, visit our website at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air, email us at email@example.com or call 817-310-9400.
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