This 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air received a comprehensive frame-off
restoration completed in 2017 and has just 700 miles since. The top
was chopped 1.5-inches and all the sheet metal was redone with the
body being completely shaved with no door handles. Under the hood
sits a GM LS1 V8 crate engine backed by an automatic transmission.
The Bel Air rides on an Art Morrison chassis and features Art
Morrison suspension components and a stainless steel Kugel
Komponents rear end. The Bel Air has a fully custom exhaust system
and features 4-wheel disc brakes for stopping power. The interior
features custom Ron Mangus leather and dashboard. Amenities include
power windows, air conditioning and a custom stereo system. The
wheels are one-offs by Chip Foose with the wheel wells expanded
out. It has new custom and handmade glass throughout the car and an
impressive detailed underside. The car has earned a Builders Choice
Award at Goodguys. ** PREVIEW
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air
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