This 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air bubble top Resto-Mod was transformed
during a no-expense-spared full custom frame-off build done by Pro
Comp Customs. The rebuilt 409ci engine breathes through Lamar
Walden cylinder heads and the V8 is topped with dual Edelbrock
performance carburetors. Exhaust is expelled through a custom
Flowmaster system and there are electronic bypass valves for sound.
A Be Cool radiator keeps engines temps low. The engine is backed by
a 4-speed automatic transmission, and the Bel Air rides on a custom
3x3 boxed frame. For suspension, the custom Chevy uses a full
tubular system with front A-arms and 4-link rear. An AccuAir
four-corner system allows the car to go from driving height to
ground level at the push of a button via a center console-mounted
switch panel. Stopping power is provided by a performance Wilwood
brake system, and the car features a narrowed rear end with custom
front and rear spoilers. All body trim panels were filled and
smoothed, and the Chevy is finished in House of Kolor Root Beer
Candy paint with a Tangerine base. Additionally, the trim stripe
was airbrushed and finished in clear coat. The interior is finished
in a quality Saddle Brown leather. The dashboard and custom
fiberglass console use the same Root Beer color as the exterior and
sport a Dakota Digital gauge panel and radio head unit.
1962 Chevrolet Bel Air
Exterior Color:ROOT BEER METALLIC
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