NEW LOWER PRICE !!! I am offering my 1955 Chevrolet Belair Sport
Coupe for sale. This car has been professionally restored within
the past two years. The original 265 cubic inch engine has been
completely rebuilt and has approximately 4000 miles on rebuild. The
transmission has been replaced with a TH 350 for my own personal
preference. During the restoration I had the tires replaced,
brakes, wheel bearings, radiator, shocks, and whatever else you
could possibly think of to bring this car to perfection. The seats
have just been rebuilt and recovered. The headliner and bows have
also been replaced. I also added a very mild pair of mellow tone
mufflers. There really is not much more I can say ? I will let the
car speak for itself through the photos. There is no rust, dings,
dents or dust ? the under carriage looks as good as the body.
While at the Daytona Speedway for the Annual Turkey Rod Run this car was selected to be on the cover of Classic Chevys magazine. That should explain the quality of this car. This car has won many, many awards. This is not an invitation for dealers, or offers of selling this vehicle for me. Thank you for looking at my car.
1955 Chevrolet Belair Sport Coupe ( 2 door hardtop )
Serial Number: VC55L15219
Color: Shadow Gray and Coral ? Two Tone
Engine: 265 cubic inch V-8 with power pack ( 4 barrel carb )
Horsepower: 190 HP
Power steering and power brakes
2 speed electric wipers
Engine Number 0016243C55F
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