THIS CAR IS LOCATED LYMAN, MAINE
This is a 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door Sedan that has been completely renovated (Frame Off Restoration) and customized to represent the very best an American Classic can be. The car has 184 miles on it since the completion of its restoration and is finished in a beautiful 3 Stage Paint job in two-tone Root Beer and White, complemented by a Root Beer and White vinyl interior. The paint, the chrome, the engine compartment and the interior are all near perfect.
This 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air is powered by a rebuilt 454cid 4BBL motor with a light CAM, connected to a completely rebuilt 4 speed manual transmission; she has her original rear end which was serviced and in excellent condition. The restoration was extensive; the body was removed from the frame which was then sandblasted and painted; new body mounts were installed. Every nut and bolt was replaced, the body was taken down to the metal, new floors were installed as was a new trunk floor and the firewall was replaced to accommodate the big block motor.
The gas tank is new as are all the fuel lines, the seats were deconstructed, the frames blasted and painted before all new upholstery, All chrome was re-plated - triple chrome, she has all new stainless trim and the grille is all stainless steel not chrome; very unusual and very expensive. She has power steering and power brakes with front discs. Overall, this car is in exceptional condition and will make a handsome addition to your garage or collection.
If you are a serious collector of custom cars, this is one you will not want to miss. The 1956 is a rare car and this particular car is extremely well built and ready to roll so do not let the opportunity to own her pass you by. We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber. If you need any assistance with financing please let me know.
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THIS CAR IS LOCATED LYMAN, MAINE
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