***** LOCATED IN MAINE ******* Eric's Muscle Cars is proud to offer
this no expense spared 57 Chevy Restomod !!! This magnificent Tri 5
was meticulously restored and shows it in the Detail !! Body
Chassis : 1. The body is all steel. 2. The body has very little
filler 3. The color is House of Kolors Tangerine, with 3 layers of
metal flakes called Fusion in carrier coats. 10 coats of clear
coat. 4. The roof is Adobe Beige. 5 I shaved the door handles,
emblems of the front and back. 6. California Smooth front bumper.
7. Rear Bumper cut for trailer hitch. 8. Classic Chevy tubular
front control arms 9. Firestone Air Bags front and rear with
Airlift Performance Computer controlling the system. One can either
control it with your Smart Phone of the device attached. Interior:
1. The interior has 62/64 Impala bucket seats 2. The interior was
in it when I bought the BelAir 3. The Carpets are new. 4. Purple
LEDS under the front and rear seats. 5 Vintage Air is also ducted
to the rear seats through the console. 6. I installed electric door
poppers, managed by a key fob and an emergency button in the trunk.
7. I installed electric windows on 4 windows. 8. Dyna Max " sound
deadening" used through out the interior 9. New Flaming Rivers Rack
and Pinion. Drive Train/Running Gear/ Engine Compartment 1. The
motor is an LS3 with a ProCharger it has 75 lbs. Injectors , Heaver
valve springs, and a Crower Blower cam shaft. 2. We have Dyno slips
to 625 HP to the rear tires. 3. The transmission is a new Tremec 6
speed. 4. New drive shaft 5. The rear end has a Posi , don't know
who's, it is a 10 bold GM. 6. Wheels are Chip Foose Legend design
came with the purchase. 7. The exhaust system is 3" with 3"
cutouts. You open and close the a key fob. 8. The clutch is McLeod
450 hp with a hydronic throw out bearing. 9. The firewall is custom
recessed 3 inches, smoothed and recessed. 10. The hood hinges are
Billet aluminum from Eddies Motor Sports. 11. The is a delete panel
on the passenger side behind which are the ECM and fuses for the
LS3. 12. The radiator is manufactured by Be Cool. 13. The inner
cooler for the ProCharger is amount in low position to allow
maximum air flow. 14. I had a a Snow Performance system installed.
It has never been activated. It is in the trunk with the battery in
a custom built box, which also holds the battery. There is a
battery shut off switch in the same compartment. 15. Disk brakes on
all corners 16. Tires are Nitto NT 450X250/50 R17 front, Nitto
215/50ZR 17 rear. 17. Trunk has custom chrome hinges, Stainless
Steel polished trunk latch 18. The Brake Master Cylinder is
Wilwood, the disks are drilled and slotted and the calipers are GM.
Electronics: 1. Vintage looking radio with blue tooth so you can
use your Smartphone or table to communicate with the stereo. 2. The
BelAir has cruise control. 3. Just installed a new XXXXXXXamplifier
and 10" subwoofers, there is a separate volume control in the glove
box. 4. All new wiring is new. Fuse panel in the trunk drivers
side. Allows for easy access. 5. There are Purple LED's under the
BelAir . 6. New Digital Dash Instruments 7. There is a GPS system
installed that can be programmed to shut down the fuel pump or
disable the ignition if the BelAir is moved or stolen. There is
small annual fee for this service.
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
Exterior Color:House of Kolors Tangerine
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