1955 Chevrolet Bel Air two door hardtop RestoMod. 350 cubic inch engine with a four speed hurst linkage shifter. As you can see from the pictures the car has near perfect paint with mostly all brand new chrome trim. As well as the engine bay has a lot of aftermarket chrome accents. The interior is an all leather two-tone bench seats, with an all new carpet and headliner. The trunk bay has had removable inserts lined with the same two-tone colors to match the interior to give it that extra clean look. There are also more extras that have been done to this car but would be too long for this ad. This is a drivable show car that has won numerous trophies such as Best of Class 1950-1959, Best of Class Modified's, and also numerous Best of Show's. The car has been stored in a heated garage since I took ownership. I am asking 49,900 OBO.
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