1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
Under the hood of this '55 Chevy is a 350ci V8 engine paired to a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission, even better is the GM rear end with a 3.42:1 gear ratio and posi trac! Take a seat inside and you'll instantly notice the factory appearing interior that looks brand new! The bench seats in front and back look new, the carpeting looks new, and the headliner looks new, etc. In addition, there is an aftermarket tilt steering column and steering wheel. Slide underneath this '55 Chevy and you can find the coveted passenger rear end, new shocks, a highly detailed California frame and lots of other new components.
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350ci V8 Engine (#: 3932388)
Quickfuel Single 4-Barrel Carb
- Dual Feed
TH350 3-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Stainless Steel Lines
Front Independent Suspension
- Bushings Look Great
- New Bolt-In Ball Joints
Rear Leaf Spring Suspension
- Lowering Blocks
GM Rear End
- Casting Date: 1963
- Ratio: 3.42:1
- Posi Trac
- Front POWER Disc
- Rear POWER Drum
- New Dual Exhaust w/ Glasspack Style Mufflers
- Stock Heads
- California One-Piece Frame
- Edelbrock Intake Manifold
- MSD Distributor
- MSD Plugs
- Flex Fan
- New Gas Tank
- No Heat
- Chrome Alternator
- Polished Valve Covers
Frame Off Restoration!
Orange and Pearl White Paint Finish
Grille Is In Great Shape
Chrome and Stainless Steel Trim Work Looks Great
Emblems Are In Great Shape
Hood Fits Nicely w/ Fenders
Doors Fit Nicely w/ Fenders
Door Lips & Jambs Look Great
Inside Trunk Looks Great
- Protective Coating
- Rubber Floor Mat
- Battery Mounted Against Wheel Housing
- Bottom Side of Decklid Is Clean & Straight
Undercarriage Is In Great Shape
- California One-Piece Frame
- Body Mounts Are All Solid
- Cross-Member Is Solid
Wheels: American Racing Polished Aluminum 17"
Front Tires: BFG G-Force 245/45R17
Rear Tires: BFG G-Force 255/50/17
Orange & Cream Interior
Bench Seat Looks Brand New
Back Seat Looks Brand New
Door Panels Look Brand New
Carpeting Looks Brand New
Headliner Is Clean & Tight
Dashboard Is In Excellent Condition
Aftermarket Tilt Steering Column
Aftermarket Steering Wheel
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