One of 300 produced in 1956, this '56 Chevrolet Bel Air Glass Side
Sedan Delivery was the recipient of a comprehensive frame-off
restoration where every portion of the sedan was carefully taken
apart, fully refurbished and then professionally reassembled. The
high level of craftsmanship extends beyond the deep gloss red paint
finish to the custom-made two-tone interior and all the way to the
fully detailed engine compartment. Powered by a late-model
Chevrolet 350ci LT1 small-block V8 engine, this Chevy has been
treated to some performance components like the aluminum intake
manifold, Holley electric choke carburetor, tubular headers and
dual exhaust system, just to name a few. A pack of chrome
performance accessories shows off the custom features of the engine
compartment. During the rebuild many suspension components were
upgraded from stock to improve performance and reliability,
including the power front disc brake system, power steering, and
the front anti-roll bars and multi-leaf rear springs. Putting power
to the ground is a modern 5-speed manual transmission and Cragar SS
wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A performance tires. Inside,
the custom gray-and-black cloth interior looks great with its red
piping accent. The cabin is accented by Stewart Warner auxiliary
gauges and a fully carpeted rear compartment area. Originally sold
to the Navy Submarine base in Groton, CT, this low-production
Chevrolet Resto-Mod is in great physical and mechanical condition.
From the Raser Collection.
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