This stunning 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible epitomizes what patience, vision and money can accomplish in bringing the past into the future with many of the goodies one would demand in a Pro-Touring classic. It was restored to show winning condition starting with a stripped bare rust free all steel body massaged to laser straight condition with gaps measured to perfection and then painted and polished in high gloss PPG Sherwood Green and India Ivory. It is powered by a fuel injected LS-1 5.7 Chevy engine with Endurashine Holley LS6 style intake and March accessories, belt-drive, pulleys, alternator, etc. The tranny is a 4-speed overdrive automatic with a very firm shift kit. Its list of options and creature features are easily notice from afar. All NOS chrome and polished stainless trim in perfect condition with lots of rare accessory pieces. Matching dark green Mercedes Hartz cloth convertible top with all bows and irons restored to show room condition. Chassis entails Heidts tubular IFS with polished coil-overs. Frame finished to a standard second to none with Por 15 primer and black epoxy. Stainless and Jet coated exhaust and headers. Currie ground and painted 9" Ford rear housing 3:50 posi-gearing. Rock Valley Stainless gas tank. CPP 500 Power steering with billet cap and stainless braided lines. 4-Wheel Polished Wilwood power disc brakes and functioning emergency brake. Seventeen inch front and 20" rear wheels and billet Tri-Bar knockoffs with BFG Comp Z-Rated tires. Huge polished aluminum radiator and trans cooler with SPAL 2600 CFM electric fan and shroud system. The interior is all new and remains in perfect condition. Flaming River style steering wheel, classic gauges with a killer sound system. Heat, defrost wipers and power top operate as intended. This is a very rare and beautiful classic �56 convertible worthy an owner willing to win more awards. This car has not seen rain, snow or other conditions which would diminish its appearance. Owner seeks $95K but will consider other offers after a personal inspection. Car located in New York, NY 12090. *******************DISCLAIMER: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY************************************** All vehicles presented with the authority and approval of the seller. No vehicle has been scalped, skimmed or pilfered. All vehicles presented on SelectClassicCars.com are done so as a marketing venue for private owners and select classic car dealers from around the United States. While SelectClassicCars.com attempts to provide accurate descriptions of vehicles presented, all information is provided by the seller. NO PHOTOGRAPH, DESCRIPTION OR OPINION BY ANOTHER CAN ADEQUATELY CAPTURE AND CONVEY THE TRUE ESSENCE AND CONDITION OF A CAR. IT'S YOUR MONEY - Every classic car offered on SelectClassicCars.com is done so as a marketing venue for the owner/seller and the process of selling the car remains the responsibility of the owner to include but not limited to price negotiations, accommodations for inspection/transportation, providing additional information, and other pertinent information and documentations necessary to make a purchase decision. SelectClassicCars.com strongly encourages inspections before considering a purchase. SelectClassicCars.com assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, conditions, functionality, road worthiness, location of, market value, or other issues related to the purchase of autos presented. Give careful consideration to purchasing ANY car of the ages in which these classics have reached. Unless otherwise noted, all cars are sold "AS IS" with no warranty expressed or implied. Use of SelectClassicCars.com constitutes your knowledge, awareness, understanding and acceptance of this disclaimer.
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