*265 REBUILT TO 283 SPECS*, *POWERPACK HEADS*, *FRONT DISC BRAKES*,
*SUSPENSION UPGRADES*. This is a very nice Bel Air that has
approximatly 14,000 miles on the restoration. It was a quality
restoration and looks and drives great. MECHANICAL- It has power
brakes, power steering, v8 and powerglide auto transmission. It has
been thru our inspection and is in good shape. It is cooled by an
electric fan. EXTERIOR- The body is in good shape with no rust or
major issues. The paint is a good quality with a nice shine. See
the video for an up close inspection. INTERIOR- It has custom
interior with no issues. TEST DRIVE- We have drove it around 20
miles and drives great. With the updated front suspension it is a
joy to drive. LIKE IT OR RETURN IT- As being in business for 34
years we do not want to sell anybody a vehicle they do not want. As
many of our vehicles are sold site unseen we will take the vehicle
back and give a refund minus shipping and a restocking fee. You are
responsible for the shipping both ways and a $1000 restocking fee.
You have 3 days to notify us you are not happy with the vehicle and
we will start the return process. Ask for more details. VIDEOS-
Call, text or email for videos of driving the vehicle and of the
engine running and accessories working, Dirk 605-695-7391. Located
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
Location:Brookings, South Dakota
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