1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
Worked by Graham’s Bel Air Hot Rod Shop in Fresno, California, this newly completed Bel Air works really hard of wrapping vintage style around current innovation.
Recently out of an expert, $350K construct, this Chevy is an exacting appearance of “simply the best”. In case you’re searching for a celebrated custom that pulls in enormous groups and significantly greater prizes, it’s ideal time for Limetime! Worked by Graham’s Bel Air Hot Rod Shop in Fresno, California, this newly completed Bel Air works really hard of wrapping vintage style around current innovation.
A strong California natural product that was ready for customization, the vehicle was exposed to a deliberate, no-cost saved form that elaborate $350K and a very long time of work. During that form, its spotless body was totally stripped, altogether rubbed and layered in a fluid smooth layer of House Of Kolor Limetime 2-stage. Each surface of that pearl shade, shot by Vicente Gonzales of Madera, California’s Fab-Worx, was sanded, polished and idealized – through and through. Also, in January of 2016, this unfathomable uniquely was expertly evaluated at $265K.
Throw the hood and you’ll locate a hot LS3 little square that, on account of a couple of changes, makes a bold 550 strength. Behind that plant, a new 4L65E 4-speed contorts a custom Arizona Driveshaft, which turns a recognizable 10-jolt hub that is done with 3.55 pinion wheels and a posi-foothold differential. That GM pumpkin is an indispensable piece of a durable Jim Meyer Racing 4-connect, which weaves a husky panhard bar around customizable QA-1 curl overs. Inverse that 4-interface, a Jim Meyer Racing front-cut sandwiches power rack-and-pinion directing between rounded control arms and two more loop over-stuns. Fast stops are a snap because of Wilwood DynaPro calipers and 12-inch penetrated and opened rotors. What’s more, 17-inch Budnik Gassers toss force through BF Goodrich g-Force Sports. Claiming an expertly altered exemplary that is praised by the absolute most settled associations in the car local area is the stuff most gearheads dream about.