Classic Car Marketing, Inc. Southern California’s premier marketing company is pleased to introduce this new listing offered for sale by one of our clients. This 1955 Chevy Bel Air Hard Top is an iconic tri five that just has to be on your bucket list. With ZZ4 350 crate motor, and turbo 400 automatic transmission it doesn’t get any more reliable than this. Power brakes, disc up front, electric fans to keep you oh so cool, and dual exhaust for that rad rod rumble, this is one cool custom classic. All new interior with power steering, cruise control, tilt column, Dakota digital dash, ice cold air conditioning, Autosound stereo with 6 disc player, and matching steering wheel to the sweet Budnik rims. What more could you want. Offered at $72,500 OBO. For more information please visit our website at www.classiccarmarketing.net or call us at 619-972-7073. Please mention the vehicle you are inquiring about so we can respond promptly. Inspections are encouraged before any purchase, of any vehicle, anywhere.
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A couple of years ago I was attending the Turkey Rod Run in Daytona Beach.
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