1957 Chevy Belair Hardtop Pro Street
ZZ4 small block, 425 horse with a 150 nitrous plate (never used)
700 R4 BM built transmission
9" Ford rear end/tubbed and shortened 4:11 gear
front tires P225/60 R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/A
Rear tires Mickey Thompson Sportman 33x19.50 15 LT
Wheels are Hildebrand with knockoffs
Full complete Chrome roll cage
wilwood 4 wheel power disc brakes
Front and rear coilovers with front tubular upper and lower a arms
Complete black leather interior, bench front and rear seats
Perfect black exterior paint with purple ghost flames
All the chrome and stainless are perfect
Headers are nickel coated and runs 3" all the way to the rear
Rear trailing arms with crossover
Motor is completely chrome or billet aluminum
This car was never raced, just cruised once every couple months. Took First place in the 2003 Del Mar and the Good Guys car show.
The only reason we are selling is that my wife and I would like to travel.
Meticulously maintained and always kept under a cover in the garage.
The Pick of the Day is a Chevy that packs the big-block performance V8 that was the subject of a famous Beach Boys song
This is the 12th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
AutoAncestry leads new owner to the shops that restored his show-quality car
In 1958, I turned 16 and got my first car, a ’50 Chevy convertible my two older sisters had abandoned.
In the early 1970s, when I was 5 years old, my grandmother bought a ’71 Chevrolet Chevelle.
With Spring upon us I can’t help but daydream of road trips – those perfect moments when you don’t have a care in the world, the windows are down, and your favorite song is on the radio.
What fascinates me about the Chevrolet Bel Ai is not only how it became an iconic classic car but an American icon over the last 60-or-so years since it debuted as an everyday family car.
A couple of years ago I was attending the Turkey Rod Run in Daytona Beach.
What do you do if you have a beautiful, low-mileage ’55 Chevy with a crapped-out engine that wasn’t supplying enough power anyway?