This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air two-door sedan was acquired by the seller in 2004 as a partially refurbished example and the remaining work was subsequently completed in 2012. It is finished in blue and white over matching upholstery and powered by a 6.0-liter LS2 V8 paired with a Borg-Warner six-speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential. Additional modifications include an Art Morrison chassis, a Ford 9″ rear axle, Baer four-wheel disc brakes, and staggered-diameter American Racing wheels as well as remote door locks, power-adjustable front bucket seats, AutoMeter gauges, and a Kenwood stereo. This Bel Air is now offered with images from the refurbishment, service records, two sets of keys, and a clean Missouri title in the seller’s name.
The body was stripped to bare metal, underwent corrosion repair, and was repainted in white and blue as part of the refurbishment completed in 2012. Features include a hood ornament, dual side mirrors, remote door locks, a Rain Gear windshield wiper system, and brightwork on the bumpers, window surrounds, side moldings, and grille. The seller notes body damage on the rocker panels, which can be referenced along with other exterior close-up images in the gallery below.