1955 Chevy Bel-Air Nomad Station Wagon. Engine is a 350 cu in V8 (Engine Number: VJl29224), and is new. Transmission is a 700R4 and is new. Frame-off restoration in 1998. Exterior Color is Bright Green Metallic Pearl (a 1998 Camero Color). It has been clear coated. NOT the original color of the car. Paint is perfect. Chrome is perfect. Never wrecked. NO Body Filler. Wheels are Budnik, and in perfect condition. Tires are BF Goodrich Radials T/A and in new condition. The car has power brakes - front disc only and larger back drum brakes.The interior is done in green with beige leather seats (Lexus electric bucket seats). The car has seatbelts. The panels, seats, headliner condition are perfect. The gauges, radio, and knobs are in perfect condition. It has a new Custom Rods CD Player and an in-dash clock. Mileage on the odometer is 2,263 (Actual Miles since restored). Data Plate Information: Style #55-1064DF or OF Body CL 238l Also:Budnik Steering Wheel, Cadillac Garage Door Opener, Cadillac Rear View Mirror & Rear View Light Detector Mirror, Passport Radar Detector, a special made green car cover (Dry & Wet). D&P Professionally Built Chevy.
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