This custom 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air is finished in a two-tone GM
White with Blue Pearl and Black with House of Kolor Blue Kamen
Jewel metal flakes as well as Powder Blue pinstriping. Power comes
from an LS 4.8-liter V8 engine with a cold air intake backed by a
4-speed automatic transmission. Equipped with a factory PCM,
throttle body spacer, Camaro radiator and fan assembly, Painless
Wiring fan relay, Aeromotive in-tank fuel pump with a Corvette Wix
fuel filter and regulator, Camaro manifold and Flowmaster mufflers.
The front suspension features CPP upper and lower tubular control
arms, upgraded to a 605 power steering box, 12-inch disc brakes
with power booster and Corvette master cylinder, 2-inch drop
spindles and 2-inch drop springs as well as a Hotchkis 1.5-inch
front sway bar. The rear suspension features Hotchkis tubular
trailing arms, 1-inch sway bar and pan hard bar and 3-inch drop
springs with a Moser Ford 9-inch rear end with 4.11 gears.
Additionally, it is equipped with an aftermarket adapter to run
factory speedometer and aftermarket water, oil and volt gauges. The
custom white vinyl with silver pearl interior was done in a 60s
tuck and roll style including the kick panels, matching headliner
and sun visors and the carpet was replaced by Classic Industries.
There is also a stereo in the glovebox, two subwoofers and an amp
in the trunk. It rolls on American Racing wheels.
1961 Chevrolet Bel Air
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:BLUE / WHITE
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