1955 GOOD GUYS 2011 BUILD CLEAN AIR BELAIR CONVERTIBLE
REDUCED TO $145,900 OBO
1955....1955....1955...ONE OFF built in 2011 for GOOD GUYS. Where do I start with the listing of items of world class used for this build. Let's start with the ENGINE LS-3 E ROD 423 Horses....Clean air emissioned for ALL FIFTY STATES...This beauty was built by IRON WORKS SPEED & CUSTOM of California...It was built on a custom chassis. PAINT PPG VIBRANT ED was done by KENNY DAVIS HOTRODS in Arkansas. INTERIOR was done by THE REOVERY ROOM of NEBRASKA including the Black Top and Stereo including a KICKER AUDIO SYSTEM. The SUSPENSION is a C-6.. Transmission is a 4L60E overdrive with a 2200 stall converter giving 23 MPG on the road. Rear Suspension is a Four Link with Ride-Tech Coil-Overs front and rear. Rear end is a Chassis Works Fab 9 housing with Moser 31 Spline Axles, 3.70 gears and a limited slip differential. BRAKES are WILDWOOD 12.2" calipers front and with sis piston calipers while the rear are 11.0" frotors with four pistons. WHEELS are Intro Vintage 18 x 8 front and rear are 20 x 10" with Good Year Eagle F-1 rubber. This build would cost in excess of $250,000. This is being offered for the first time publicly at $145,900 REDUCED to $134,900
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