Built on an ART MORRISON frame In a gorgeous Blue and white
exterior with an equally stunning black and blue interior, we have
a drop dead gorgeous 1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air. Powered by a 283 V8
topped with Corvette heads that matched to a 4-speed manual
transmission. The power runs to the ground by a 9" Ford rear end
with 3.73 final gears. Throw in some nice touches like a/c, power
steering, power brakes, power locks, and a tilt steering wheel and
you not only have a car that's fun to look at but fun to drive as
well. Built on an Art Morrison frame with rack and pinion steering,
coil over springs and four-wheel disc brakes this car is ready to
cruise. Ceramic headers have this bad boy sounding pretty sweet as
300HP sings the song of its 8-cylinder ancestors. This is a very
cool example of the ever-popular tri-5 series of Bel-Air. If it
makes your heart sing louder than a free flowing V8 then give us a
call @ (866) 383-1416. Or if you're one of them there web surfers
then check us out online @ GatewayClassicCars.com where you will
find over 100 photos and a video of this sweet 55.
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
Exterior Color:Blue/Pearl White
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