An iconic American classic with modern technology, this 1957
Chevrolet Bel Air underwent a complete frame-off, rotisserie
restoration that was completed in December 2015. It was built with
a brand-new Chevy Performance 430hp 6.2-liter LS3 engine mated to a
4L65E automatic transmission, and sits atop an Art Morrison chassis
with RideTech adjustable coilover suspension. The engine,
transmission and chassis have all been painted in beautiful Sierra
Gold, the same color as the body, which was stripped completely
down to metal and resprayed in this show-quality color. The
firewall was smoothed and painted as well. The hardware on the Art
Morrison chassis is chromed. The Continental kit, fender skirts and
dual antennas finish off the highly optioned but factory-look on
this Resto-Mod. This Bel Air is also equipped with 6-piston front
and 4-piston rear Wilwood power disc brakes with stainless brake
lines, Strange rear end, and upgraded front and rear sway bars.
From the John Staluppi Jr. Collection.